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עֶרֶב (ʻerebeh'-rebnoun|masculineset)
[Heb] עֶרֶב ETCBC: עֶרֶב‎ (subs|evening) OSHL: p.ff.ab TWOT: 1689a GK: H6847 Greek: ἑσπέρα, ἑσπέρα, ἡμέρα, ὀψέ
Derivation: from עָרַב;
Strong's: dusk
KJV: [phrase] day, even(-ing, tide), night.

Lexicon of Extended Strongs for Greek and Hebrew

עֶ֫רֶב [H:N-M] evening

1) evening, night, sunset
1a) evening, sunset
1b) night

Gesenius' Hebrew and Chaldee Lexicon to the Old Testament Scriptures

Gesenius: עֶרֶב (H6153 in 19 WLC and 4 more KJV links below)

-(I)-

(1) evening (m. and fem., 1Sa 20:5); from the root עָרַב No. II. בָּעֶרֶב Gen 19:1 Gen 29:23 לְעֵת עֶרֶב Gen 8:11 Gen 24:11 עֶרֶב (acc.) Exo 16:6 poet. לָעֶרֶב Psa 59:7, 15 Psa 59:15 Psa 90:6 Gen 49:27, at evening. Plur. עֲרָבֹות Jer 5:6 . Dual. עַרְבַּיִם the two evenings; only in the phrase בֵּין הָעַרְבַּיִם between the two evenings, Exo 16:12 Exo 30:8 used as marking the space of time during which the paschal lamb was slain, Exo 12:6 Lev 23:5 Num 9:3 and the evening sacrifice was offered, Exo 29:39, 41 Exo 29:41 Num 28:4 i.e. according to the opinion of the Karaites and Samaritans (which is favoured by the words of Deu 16:6), the time between sunset and deep twilight. The Pharisees, however (see Joseph. Bellum Jud. vi. 9, § 3), and the Rabbinists considered the time when the sun began to descend to be called the first evening (Arab. مُسَىُّ little evening; مُسَيًّا when it begins to draw towards evening; Gr. δείλη πρωΐα); and the second evening to be the real sunset (Gr. δείλη ὀψία). See Bochart, Hieroz., t. I. p. 559. Compare, as to the double morning, Pococke ad Carm. Tograi, p. 71; and Hebr. pr.n. שַׁחֲרַיִם.

(2) i.q. עֵרֶב No. II, foreigners, strangers; hence מַלְכֵי הָעֶרֶב foreign kings, who made alliance with the Israelites, 1Ki 10:15 and so also elsewhere of auxiliary forces, Jer 25:20 Jer 50:37 Eze 30:5.

(II) only in pl. עֲרָבִים, const. עַרְבֵי m. willow (Arab. غَرَبُ), so called from its whitish leaves, see the root No. IV. Isa 44:4 Job 40:22 Psa 137:2 (where the Salix Babylonica, Linn. is to be understood, with its pendulous foliage, a symbol of grief and mourning; Germ. Jrauerweide, weeping willow). Isa 15:7, נַחַל הָעֲרָבִים “the brook of willows” (comp. Job 40:22) in Moab, i.e. either وادى الاحسا on the borders of the provinces of Karrak (i.e. ancient Moab) and Jebâl (i.e. Idumæa), see Burckhardt’s Travels, page 674; or else the brook זֶרֶד (which see), near the town of Karrak, where Burckhardt, loc. cit. page 643, mentions a fountain of willows, مين صفصاف.

Strong's Hebrew and Greek Dictionaries

ערב

‛ereb

eh'-reb

From H6150; dusk: - + day, even (-ing, tide), night.

LXX related word(s)

G2073 hesperinos

G2073 hespera

G2250 hemera

G3796 opse

Gematria Dictionary

dusk

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[H1197, H1198, H1298, H4342, H5674, H5675, H5676, H5677, H6148, H6149, H6150, H6151, H6152, H6154, H6155, H6156, H6157, H6158, H6159, H7250, H7251, H7252, H7253, H7254, H7255, H7256, H7456, H7457, H7458]

Brown-Driver-Briggs' Hebrew Definitions, Thayer's Greek Definitions and Strong's Hebrew and Greek Dictionaries Combined

Original: ערב

Transliteration: ‛ereb

Phonetic: eh'-reb

BDB Definition:

  1. evening, night, sunset
    1. evening, sunset
    2. night

Origin: from H6150

TWOT entry: 1689a

Part(s) of speech: Noun Masculine

Strong's Definition: From H6150; dusk: - + day, even (-ing, tide), night.

Total KJV Occurrences: 132

and the evening (7)
Gen 1:5; Gen 1:8; Gen 1:13; Gen 1:19; Gen 1:23; Gen 1:31; 2Ki 16:15

at even (21)
Gen 19:1; Exo 12:18; Exo 12:18; Exo 16:6; Exo 29:39; Exo 29:41; Exo 30:8; Lev 23:5; Lev 23:32; Num 9:3; Num 9:5; Num 9:11; Num 19:19; Num 28:4; Num 28:8; Deu 16:4; Deu 16:6; Jos 5:10; Jdg 19:16; 1Ki 22:35; Eze 12:4

of the evening (4)
Gen 24:11; Jer 6:4; Dan 8:26; Dan 9:21

the eventide (1)
Gen 24:63

and it came to pass in the evening (1)
Gen 29:23

in the evening (5)
Gen 30:16; 1Ki 17:6; Est 2:14; Psa 90:6; Zep 2:7

and at night (1)
Gen 49:27

the evening (1)
Exo 12:6

you in the evening (1)
Exo 16:8

and it came to pass that at even (1)
Exo 16:13

unto the evening (1)
Exo 18:13

unto even (2)
Exo 18:14; Lev 23:32

it from evening (1)
Exo 27:21

thereof at night (1)
Lev 6:20

until the even (30)
Lev 11:24; Lev 11:25; Lev 11:27; Lev 11:28; Lev 11:31; Lev 11:32; Lev 11:39; Lev 11:40; Lev 11:40; Lev 14:46; Lev 15:5; Lev 15:6; Lev 15:7; Lev 15:8; Lev 15:10; Lev 15:10; Lev 15:11; Lev 15:16; Lev 15:17; Lev 15:18; Lev 15:19; Lev 15:21; Lev 15:22; Lev 15:23; Lev 15:27; Lev 17:15; Num 19:7; Num 19:8; Num 19:10; 2Ch 18:34

until even (7)
Lev 22:6; Num 19:21; Num 19:22; Jdg 20:23; Jdg 20:26; Rth 2:17; 2Sa 1:12

from even (1)
Lev 23:32

it from the evening (1)
Lev 24:3

and at even (4)
Num 9:15; Deu 28:67; 2Sa 11:13; Eze 24:18

abode from even (1)
Num 9:21

but it shall be when evening (1)
Deu 23:11

even (1)
Deu 28:67

until the eventide (1)
Jos 7:6

until the evening (4)
Jos 10:26; Ezr 9:4; Psa 104:23; Eze 46:2

there till even (1)
Jdg 21:2

until evening (1)
1Sa 14:24

day at even (1)
1Sa 20:5

even unto the evening (1)
1Sa 30:17

and it came to pass in an eveningtide (1)
2Sa 11:2

of arabia (1)
1Ki 10:15

and evening (5)
1Ch 16:40; 2Ch 2:4; 2Ch 31:3; Ezr 3:3; Psa 65:8

and likewise at even (1)
1Ch 23:30

and every evening (1)
2Ch 13:11

every evening (1)
2Ch 13:11

and at the evening (1)
Ezr 9:5

to evening (1)
Job 4:20

and the night (1)
Job 7:4

for a night (1)
Psa 30:5

evening (1)
Psa 55:17

at evening (1)
Psa 59:6

and at evening (1)
Psa 59:14

as the evening (1)
Psa 141:2

and in the evening (1)
Ecc 11:6

and all the mingled (2)
Jer 25:20; Eze 30:5

of the mingled people (1)
Jer 25:24

and upon all the mingled people (1)
Jer 50:37

and in the even (1)
Eze 12:7

was upon me in the evening (1)
Eze 33:22

days (1)
Dan 8:14

than the evening (1)
Hab 1:8

are evening (1)
Zep 3:3

but it shall come to pass that at evening (1)
Zec 14:7

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