yathed: a peg, pinOriginal Word: יָתֵדPart of Speech:
NAS Exhaustive ConcordanceWord Origin
from an unused wordDefinition
a peg, pinNASB Translation
peg (6), pegs (11), pin (3), spade (1), stakes (1), tent peg (3).
Brown-Driver-Briggs יָתֵד noun feminineDeut 23:14 peg, pin
(Late Hebrew id.
) — יָתֵד Deuteronomy 23:14
9t.; construct יְתַד Judges 4:21
; Judges 16:14
(where with article but see Ges§ 127
, R. 4 a); plural יְתֵדֹת Exodus 38:20
; construct יִתְדֹת Exodus 27:19
4t.; suffix וִיתֵידֹתַיִךְ Isaiah 54:2
; יְתֵדֹתָיו Exodus 27:19
; Isaiah 33:20
; וִיתֵדֹתֶיהָ Exodus 39:40
; וִיתֵדֹתָם Numbers 3:37
; Numbers 4:32
; — pin, peg
a. tent-pin Judges 5:26; Judges 4:21; יְתַד הָאֹהֶל Judges 4:22; read perhaps also Job 4:21 (figurative; compare II. יֶתֶר); often of tabernacle Exodus 27:19 (twice in verse); Exodus 35:18 (twice in verse); Exodus 38:20,31,21; "" מֵיתָרָיו Exodus 39:40, compare Numbers 3:37; Numbers 4:32 (all P); of Zion under figure of tent Isaiah 33:20; Isaiah 54:2; figurative of ruler as support of state Zechariah 10:4.
b. a peg for hanging Ezekiel 15:3; so figurative of Eliakim Isaiah 22:23,24; of secure position Ezra 9:8 (compare Arabic, see Thes Hi Hariri361Der., of a king).
c. for digging Deuteronomy 23:14 (= spade).
d. the pin or stick used in beating up the woof in the loom Judges 16:14 a, see GFMPAOS, Oct. 1889, clxxvi. ff.; in היתד הּארג vb, del היתד (Idib and in comm. on the passage)
יְתוּר Job 39:8, see תור.
יִתְלָה see תלה.
יתח (assumed by Thes as √ of following; compare Arabic beat with a club, chastise; club; BaNB 294 derives תותךְ as loan-word from Assyrian tarta—u = club (or javelin, compare DlHWB 630)).
nail, paddle, pin, stake
From an unused root meaning to pin through or fast; a peg -- nail, paddle, pin, stake.