H5274 נעל - Strong's Hebrew Lexicon Number


נעל
nâ‛al
naw-al'
A primitive root; properly to fasten up, that is, with a bar or cord; hence (denominatively from H5275), to sandal, that is, furnish with slippers

KJV Usage: bolt, inclose, lock, shod, shut up.


Brown-Driver-Briggs' Hebrew Definitions

נעל

1. to bar, lock, bolt
a. (Qal) to bar, lock, bolt
2. to furnish with sandals, shoe
a. (Qal) to shoe
b. (Hiphil) to give sandals
Origin: a primitive root
TWOT: 1383,1383b
Parts of Speech: Verb

View how H5274 נעל is used in the Bible

8 occurrences of H5274 נעל

Judges 3:23 upon him, and locked
Judges 3:24 were locked,
2 Samuel 13:17 from me, and bolt
2 Samuel 13:18 and bolted
2 Chronicles 28:15 them, and shod
Song of Songs 4:12 inclosed
Song of Songs 4:12 shut up,
Ezekiel 16:10 and shod

Distinct usage

1 upon him, and locked
1 were locked,
1 from me, and bolt
1 and bolted
1 them, and shod
1 inclosed
1 shut up,
1 and shod

Corresponding Greek Words

naal G608 apo kleio
naal G2808 kleio
naal G4547 sandalion
naal G5266 hupodema
naal hi. G3112 makran
naal qal.,hi. G5265 hupo deo