atsil: a side, corner, a chiefOriginal Word: אֲצִילֵיPart of Speech:
NAS Exhaustive ConcordanceWord Origin
from the same as etselDefinition
a side, corner, a chiefNASB Translation
nobles (1), remotest parts (1).
Brown-Driver-Briggs אָצִיל noun [masculine] side, corner, chief
— plural construct אֲצִילֵי Exodus 24:11
; suffix אֲצִילֶיהָ Isaiah 41:9
1 sides (borders) of earth Isaiah 41:9 ("" קצות); compare ׳ירכתי א Jeremiah 6:22 etc.
2 figurative nobles (perhaps as sides, supports, compare below מִּנּוֺת; so Ew Di but perhaps = noble — from be rooted, root, metaphor origin, stock — properly a man having a (known) origin, sprung from an ancient and famous stock; so Ges, compare LagBN 68) Exodus 24:11.
chief man, noble
From 'atsal (in its secondary sense of separation); an extremity (Isa. 41:9), also a noble -- chief man, noble.
see HEBREW 'atsal