7510. rippayon
Strong's Concordance
rippayon: a sinking
Original Word: רִפְיוֹן
Part of Speech: noun masculine
Transliteration: rippayon
Phonetic Spelling: (rif-yone')
Definition: a sinking
NAS Exhaustive Concordance
Word Origin
from raphah
a sinking
NASB Translation
limpness (1).

[רִמָּיוֺן Ges§ 85u, or רִפְיוֺן Sta§ 296d compare Köii. 154]

noun [masculine] sinking; — construct רִפְיוֺן יָדַיִם Jeremiah 47:3 sinking of hands, figurative of helpless terror.

Strong's Exhaustive Concordance

From raphah; slackness -- feebleness.

see HEBREW raphah

Forms and Transliterations
מֵֽרִפְי֖וֹן מרפיון mê·rip̄·yō·wn merifYon mêrip̄yōwn
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Englishman's Concordance
Jeremiah 47:3
HEB: אֶל־ בָּנִ֔ים מֵֽרִפְי֖וֹן יָדָֽיִם׃
NAS: Because of the limpness of [their] hands,
KJV: to [their] children for feebleness of hands;
INT: about children of the limpness of hands

1 Occurrence

Strong's Hebrew 7510
1 Occurrence

mê·rip̄·yō·wn — 1 Occ.

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