5602. sephel
Strong's Concordance
sephel: a bowl
Original Word: סֵפֶל
Part of Speech: Noun Masculine
Transliteration: sephel
Phonetic Spelling: (say'-fel)
Definition: a bowl
NAS Exhaustive Concordance
Word Origin
of uncertain derivation
a bowl
NASB Translation
bowl (2).

סֵ֫פֶל noun [masculine] bowl (√ unknown; perhaps foreign word; Assyrian saplu, bowl, basin (DIHWB 508 SchrCOT 2 Kings 9:2) [occurs as object of tribute or plunder]; Late Hebrew = Biblical Hebrew; ᵑ7 סִיפְלָא bowl, basin, Christian-Palestinian Aramaic (wash-)basin SchwIdioticon 64; Arabic bowl, jar FlLevy NHWB iii,320; Kl. Schr.ii. 556 f. is perhaps loan-word Frä67f.); — absolute ׳מְלֹא הַסּ Judges 6:38; for drinking, construct סֵפֶל אַדִּירִים Judges 5:25 a bowl of (fit for) nobles, huge bowl (GFM).

Strong's Exhaustive Concordance
bowl, dish

From an unused root meaning to depress; a basin (as deepened out) -- bowl, dish.

Forms and Transliterations
בְּסֵ֥פֶל בספל הַסֵּ֖פֶל הספל bə·sê·p̄el beSefel bəsêp̄el has·sê·p̄el hasSefel hassêp̄el
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Englishman's Concordance
Judges 5:25
HEB: חָלָ֣ב נָתָ֑נָה בְּסֵ֥פֶל אַדִּירִ֖ים הִקְרִ֥יבָה
NAS: In a magnificent bowl she brought
KJV: butter in a lordly dish.
INT: milk gave bowl A magnificent brought

Judges 6:38
HEB: הַגִּזָּ֔ה מְל֥וֹא הַסֵּ֖פֶל מָֽיִם׃
NAS: from the fleece, a bowl full
KJV: out of the fleece, a bowl full
INT: the fleece full A bowl of water

2 Occurrences

Strong's Hebrew 5602
2 Occurrences

bə·sê·p̄el — 1 Occ.
has·sê·p̄el — 1 Occ.

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