etsel: atOriginal Word: אֵ֫צֶלPart of Speech:
I. אֵ֫צֶל61 substantive conjunction, proximity
; with suffix אֶצְלִי
etc.; only used as a
preposition a. (as an implicit accusative) in proximity to (as though LagBN 68), beside: Genesis 39:10,15; Genesis 41:3 and stood אֵצֶל הַמַּרוֺת beside the kine, 1 Samuel 5:2 אֵצֶל דָּגוֺן beside Dagon, 1 Kings 13:24,25; 1 Kings 21:1; Proverbs 8:30; Ezekiel 1:15,19; Ezekiel 33:30; Ezekiel 39:15; often in phrase (׳י ׳מ) אֵצֶל הַמִּזְבֵּחַ Leviticus 1:16; Leviticus 6:3; Deuteronomy 16:21; 1 Kings 2:29; Amos 2:8 +; of a locality (compare II. אֵת 2) Deuteronomy 11:30 beside the terebinths of Moreh, 1 Kings 1:9; 1 Kings 4:12; Jeremiah 41:17. After a verb of motion (late) Daniel 8:7,17; compare 2Chronicles 28:15 b.
b. with מִן, מֵאֵצֶל from proximity to, from beside (compare מֵאֵת, מֵעִם): 1 Samuel 20:41 (read with ᵐ5 מֵאֵצֶל הָאַרְגָּב from beside the mound); Ezekiel 40:7 contiguous to, beside (מִן 3c); with suffix 1 Samuel 17:30 וַיָּסָב מֵאֶצְלוֺ and he turned about from beside him, 1 Kings 3:20; 1 Kings 20:36; Ezekiel 10:16.
at, hard by, beside, near unto, toward, with
From 'atsal (in the sense of joining); a side; (as a preposition) near -- at, (hard) by, (from) (beside), near (unto), toward, with. See also Beyth ha-'etsel.
see HEBREW 'atsal
see HEBREW Beyth ha-'etsel