2504. chalats
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chalats: loins
Original Word: חֲלָצַ֫יִם
Part of Speech: Noun Feminine; noun Masculine
Transliteration: chalats
Phonetic Spelling: (khaw-lawts')
Short Definition: loins

NAS Exhaustive Concordance
Word Origin
from chalats
NASB Translation
born* (2), loins (5), waist (3).

[חָלָץ] noun [feminine] only dual, loins (as seat of strength, vigour; compare Aramaic חַרְצָא hip, loin, Syriac , NöZMG 1886, 741) — חֲלָצָ֑יִם Isaiah 32:11; suffix חֲלָצֶיךָ Genesis 35:11 4t.; חֲלָצָיו Isaiah 5:27 2t.; חלצו Kt Job 31:20, Qr חֲלָצָיו; — loins:

1 as seat of virility ׳יצא מן ח Genesis 35:11 (P), 1 Kings 8:19; 2Chronicles 6:9.

2 as girded אֱזָרֿ ׳נָא כְּגֶבֶר ח Job 38:3; Job 40:7; אֵזוֺר חֲלָצָיו Isaiah 5:27 (see אֵזוֺר), וַחֲג֫וֺרָה עַל חֲלָצָ֑יִם Isaiah 32:11, compare Job 31:20 where the clothed loins are conceived as blessing charitable giver; metaphor Isaiah 11:5 faithfulness waist-cloth of his loins ("" מתניו).

3 as seat of pains, like a woman's in travail, Jeremiah 30:6.

[חֲרַץ] noun [masculine] loin (see Biblical Hebrew חָלָץ, √ II. [חָלַץ]); — suffix חַרְצֵהּ Daniel 5:6 the joints of his loin (see קְטַר).

loins, reins

From chalats (in the sense of strength); only in the dual; the loins (as the seat of vigor) -- loins, reins.

see HEBREW chalats

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