6260. attud
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attud: male goat
Original Word: עַתּוּדִים
Part of Speech: Noun Masculine
Transliteration: attud
Phonetic Spelling: (at-tood')
Short Definition: goats

NAS Exhaustive Concordance
Word Origin
from athod
male goat
NASB Translation
goats (6), leaders (1), male goats (22).

[עַתּוּד]29 noun masculineGenesis 31:10 he-goat (Late Hebrew = Biblical Hebrew; Assyrian atudû Arabic young he-goat; relation to above √ not clear; Thes well-developed, compare Arabic horse fit for running (compare √ meaning great, i.e. perhaps full-grown); according to HomNS 247 f. animal ready to fight); — only plural עַתּוּדִים Isaiah 1:11 13t.; עַתֻּדִים Genesis 31:10 13t.; construct עַתּוּדֵי Isaiah 34:6; — as property Genesis 31:10,12; Ezekiel 27:21; Proverbs 27:26, food Deuteronomy 32:14; as leaders of flock Jeremiah 50:8 (simile), hence figurative of princes and chief men Isaiah 14:9; Ezekiel 34:17, see also below; as sacrificial victims Isaiah 1:11; Numbers 7:17 12t. Numbers 7; Psalm 66:15 and (ironic) Psalm 50:9; Psalm 50:13; figurative of people and princes in ׳י's great sacrifice Isaiah 34:6; Jeremiah 51:40 (simile), Ezekiel 39:18, and (idea of sacrifice dropped) Zechariah 10:3.

עַתָּה, עַתַּי, עִתִּי see עֵת below I. ענה.

chief one, he goat, ram

Or sattud {at-tood'}; from athad; prepared, i.e. Full grown; spoken only (in plural) of he-goats, or (figuratively) leaders of the people -- chief one, (he) goat, ram.

see HEBREW athad

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