H4150 - Strong's Master Concordance
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Strong's: properly, an appointment, i.e. a fixed time or season; specifically, a festival; conventionally ayear; by implication, an assembly (as convened for a definite purpose); technically the congregation; by extension, the place of meeting; also a signal (as appointed beforehand)
KJV: appointed (sign, time), (place of, solemn) assembly, congregation, (set, solemn) feast, (appointed, due) season, solemn(-ity), synogogue, (set) time (appointed).
Lexicon of Extended Strongs for Greek and Hebrew
1) appointed place, appointed time, meeting
1a) appointed time
1a1) appointed time (general)
1a2) sacred season, set feast, appointed season
1b) appointed meeting
1c) appointed place
1d) appointed sign or signal
1e) tent of meeting
Gesenius' Hebrew and Chaldee Lexicon to the Old Testament ScripturesGesenius: מֹועֵד (H4150 in 32 WLC links below)
m. (from the root יָעַד), plur. מֹועֲדִים and ֹות-.
(1) a set time (see the root Kal No. 1).-(a) of a point of time, 1Sa 13:8, 11 1Sa 13:11 2Sa 20:5 2Sa 24:15 Gen 17:21, לַמֹּועֵד הַזֶּה בַּשָּׁנָה הָֽאַחֶרֶת “about this time next year.” Jer 8:7 , “the stork יָֽדְעָה מֹועֲדֶיהָ knows her times,” those in which she has to emigrate into other countries. Hab 2:3, חָזֹון לַמֹּועֵד “the vision belongs to a time (somewhat remote);” Dan 8:19 Dan 11:27 , 35 Dan 11:35 Psa 75:3 spec. a festival day, Psa 1:4 Psa 2:6 more fully יֹום מֹועֵד Hos 9:5 Hos 12:10 מֹועֲדֵי יְהֹוָה the feasts of Jehovah, Lev 23:2, Lev 23:4, 37 Lev 23:37, 44 Lev 23:44and thus by meton. of the festival sacrifices, 2Ch 30:22 (compare חָג No. 2).-(b) of space of time, as appointed, defined, i.q. זְמָן Gen 1:14 specially in prophetic style of a year [i.e. equal to that from one festival to its recurrence], Dan 12:7 comp. Chald. עִדָּן Dan 7:25.
(2) an assembly (comp. נֹועַד No. 2 [in יָעַד). Job 30:23, בֵּית מֹועֵד לְכָל־חַי “the place of the assemblage of all living,” of Hades; Isa 33:20 Num 16:2, קְרִאֵי מֹועֵד “called to the assembly;” elsewhere קְרִיאֵי הָעֵדָה. In Isa 14:13, in the speech of the king of Babylon, there is mentioned הַר־מֹועֵד “the mount of the assembly” (of gods), which is probably the mountain called by the Persians الُبرْج, البرز el Burj, el Burz; by the Indians Meru, which the Orientals regarded as situated in the Northern regions of the earth, and as being like the Olympus of the Greeks, “the seat of the gods;” see what I have said more fully on this on Isa. II. p. 316, seqq. [It is utterly needless to seek for any mountain except that on which the temple stood; “the sides of the north” distinctly marks Jerusalem as the place spoken of.] אֹהֶל מֹועֵד “the tent of the assembly,” is a name often given to the holy tabernacle of the Israelites, elsewhere called the tabernacle of the covenant, Exo 27:21 Exo 40:22 , 24 Exo 40:24and often besides; either because there God met with Moses ( Exo 25:22 Num 17:19 ), or from the assemblies of the people which were held before this tent. As to Luther’s translation, Stiftshütten, i.e. the tabernacle of the covenant, he has followed the rendering of the LXX. (σκηνὴν τοῦ μαρτυρίου), and Vulg. (tabernaculum testimonii), who have taken מֹועֵד as if it were the same as עֵדוּת compare Num 9:15.
(3) Meton. a place in which an assembly is held, Jos 8:14. מֹועֵד אֵל of the temple, Lam 2:6. It is hard to say what are meant, Psa 74:8, כָּל־מֹועֲדֵי־אֵל בָּאָרֶץ “all the holy places of God in the land;” but I scarcely doubt that the holy places besides Jerusalem are to be understood, such as Ramah, Bethel, Gilgal, etc. celebrated as being high places (בָּמֹות) and seats of the prophets; I have said more on this in the preface to Gramberg’s Religionsideen des A. T. vol. i. [The fatal objection to this theory is that high places could not be recognised of God, as his places of assembly.]
(4) an appointed sign, a signal, Jdg 20:38 .
Strong's Hebrew and Greek Dictionariesמועדה מעד מועד
mô‛êd mô‛êd mô‛âdâh
mo-ade', mo-ade', mo-aw-daw'
From H3259; properly an appointment, that is, a fixed time or season; specifically a festival; conventionally a year; by implication, an assembly (as convened for a definite purpose); technically the congregation; by extension, the place of meeting; also a signal (as appointed beforehand): - appointed (sign, time), (place of, solemn) assembly, congregation, (set, solemn) feast, (appointed, due) season, solemn (-ity), synagogue, (set) time (appointed).
LXX related word(s)
[H2393, H2394, H3227, H3228, H3349, H3350, H3647, H3684, H3685, H3686, H4021, H4069, H4112, H4129, H4151, H4359, H4360, H4371, H4596, H4597, H5211, H5243, H5549, H5580, H5866, H5982, H6300, H6738]
Brown-Driver-Briggs' Hebrew Definitions, Thayer's Greek Definitions and Strong's Hebrew and Greek Dictionaries Combined
Original: מועדה מעד מועד
Transliteration: mô‛êd mô‛êd mô‛âdâh
- appointed place, appointed time, meeting
- appointed time
- appointed time (general)
- sacred season, set feast, appointed season
- appointed meeting
- appointed place
- appointed sign or signal
- tent of meeting
- appointed time
Origin: from H3259
TWOT entry: 878b
Part(s) of speech: Noun Masculine
Strong's Definition: From H3259; properly an appointment, that is, a fixed time or season; specifically a festival ; conventionally a year ; by implication, an assembly (as convened for a definite purpose); technically the congregation ; by extension, the place of meeting ; also a signal (as appointed beforehand): - appointed (sign, time), (place of, solemn) assembly, congregation, (set, solemn) feast, (appointed, due) season, solemn (-ity), synagogue, (set) time (appointed).
Total KJV Occurrences: 223and for seasons (1)
unto thee at this set time (1)
at the time appointed (3)
Gen 18:14; 1Sa 20:35; Dan 11:29
at the set time (1)
a set time (1)
in his season (1)
thee in the time appointed (1)
of the congregation (147)
Exo 27:21; Exo 28:43; Exo 29:4; Exo 29:10; Exo 29:11; Exo 29:30; Exo 29:32; Exo 29:42; Exo 29:44; Exo 30:16; Exo 30:18; Exo 30:20; Exo 30:26; Exo 30:36; Exo 31:7; Exo 33:7; Exo 33:7; Exo 35:21; Exo 38:8; Exo 38:30; Exo 39:32; Exo 39:40; Exo 40:2; Exo 40:6; Exo 40:7; Exo 40:12; Exo 40:22; Exo 40:24; Exo 40:26; Exo 40:29; Exo 40:30; Exo 40:32; Exo 40:34; Exo 40:35; Lev 1:1; Lev 1:3; Lev 1:5; Lev 3:2; Lev 3:8; Lev 3:13; Lev 4:4; Lev 4:5; Lev 4:7; Lev 4:7; Lev 4:14; Lev 4:16; Lev 4:18; Lev 4:18; Lev 6:16; Lev 6:26; Lev 6:30; Lev 8:3; Lev 8:4; Lev 8:31; Lev 8:33; Lev 8:35; Lev 9:5; Lev 9:23; Lev 10:7; Lev 10:9; Lev 12:6; Lev 14:11; Lev 14:23; Lev 15:14; Lev 15:29; Lev 16:7; Lev 16:16; Lev 16:17; Lev 16:20; Lev 16:23; Lev 16:33; Lev 17:4; Lev 17:5; Lev 17:6; Lev 17:9; Lev 19:21; Lev 24:3; Num 1:1; Num 2:2; Num 2:17; Num 3:7; Num 3:8; Num 3:25; Num 3:25; Num 3:38; Num 4:3; Num 4:4; Num 4:15; Num 4:23; Num 4:25; Num 4:25; Num 4:28; Num 4:30; Num 4:31; Num 4:33; Num 4:35; Num 4:37; Num 4:39; Num 4:41; Num 4:43; Num 4:47; Num 6:10; Num 6:13; Num 6:18; Num 7:5; Num 7:89; Num 8:9; Num 8:15; Num 8:19; Num 8:22; Num 8:24; Num 8:26; Num 10:3; Num 11:16; Num 12:4; Num 14:10; Num 16:18; Num 16:19; Num 16:42; Num 16:43; Num 16:50; Num 17:4; Num 18:4; Num 18:6; Num 18:21; Num 18:22; Num 18:23; Num 18:31; Num 19:4; Num 20:6; Num 25:6; Num 27:2; Num 31:54; Deu 31:14; Deu 31:14; Jos 18:1; Jos 19:51; 1Sa 2:22; 1Ki 8:4; 1Ch 6:32; 1Ch 9:21; 1Ch 23:32; 2Ch 1:3; 2Ch 1:6; 2Ch 1:13; 2Ch 5:5; Isa 14:13
thee in the time (1)
unto them concerning the feasts (1)
even these are my feasts (1)
these are the feasts (2)
Lev 23:4; Lev 23:37
in their seasons (1)
the feasts (1)
at his appointed season (1)
it in his appointed season (1)
in his appointed season (2)
Num 9:7; Num 9:13
and in your solemn days (1)
or in your solemn feasts (1)
in the congregation (1)
unto me in their due season (1)
in your set feasts (1)
at the season (1)
in the solemnity (1)
at a time appointed (1)
now there was an appointed sign (1)
for unto this time (1)
according to the set time (1)
1Sa 13:11; 2Sa 24:15; Job 30:23
than the set time (1)
about this season (1)
at that season (1)
and on the set feasts (1)
and on the solemn feasts (2)
2Ch 2:4; 2Ch 8:13
throughout the feast (1)
and for the set feasts (1)
and of all the set feasts (1)
for the set feasts (1)
of thy congregations (1)
all the synagogues (1)
the congregation (1)
her yea the set time (1)
for seasons (1)
and your appointed feasts (1)
of our solemnities (1)
her appointed times (1)
the time appointed (1)
to the solemn feasts (1)
an assembly (1)
his places of the assembly (1)
hath caused the solemn feasts (1)
of a solemn feast (1)
as in a solemn (1)
in her solemn feasts (1)
in all mine assemblies (1)
in all solemnities (1)
in the solemn feasts (1)
and in the solemnities (1)
for at the time appointed (1)
shall be at the time appointed (1)
because it is yet for a time appointed (1)
that it shall be for a time (1)
in the season (1)
and all her solemn feasts (1)
in the solemn (1)
of the solemn feast (1)
is yet for an appointed time (1)
for the solemn assembly (1)
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