3684. kesil
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kesil: stupid fellow, dullard, fool
Original Word: כְּסִיל
Part of Speech: Noun Masculine
Transliteration: kesil
Phonetic Spelling: (kes-eel')
Short Definition: fool

NAS Exhaustive Concordance
Word Origin
from kasal
stupid fellow, dullard, fool
NASB Translation
fool (35), fool's (2), foolish (6), foolish man's (1), fools (23), stupid (1), stupid man (1), stupid ones (1).

I. כְּסִיל70 noun masculine stupid fellow, dullard, fool; — ׳כ Psalm 49:11 44t.; plural כְּסִילִים Psalm 94:8 25t.; — "" בער Psalm 49:11; Psalm 92:7; Psalm 94:8, elsewhere only in Wisd Lt.; he hates knowledge Proverbs 1:22; delights not in understanding Proverbs 18:2; it is his sport to do mischief Proverbs 10:23; his heart proclaimeth אִוֶּלָת Proverbs 12:23; his mouth poureth it forth Proverbs 15:2, and feedeth on it Proverbs 15:14.


From kacal; properly, fat, i.e. (figuratively) stupid or silly -- fool(-ish).

see HEBREW kacal

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