574. emthan
Lexical Summary
emthan: terrible
Original Word: אֵמְתָּנִי
Transliteration: emthan
Phonetic Spelling: (em-taw-nee')
Part of Speech: Adjective
Short Definition: terrible
Meaning: well-loined, mighty
Strong's Concordance

(Aramaic) from a root corresponding to that of mothen; well-loined (i.e. Burly) or mighty -- terrible.

see HEBREW mothen


H574. emthan

[אֵימְתָן‎ D§ 35, 1 θ]

adjective terrible (אֵימְתָן ᵑ7‎, from אֵימְתָא‎ = Biblical Hebrew אֵימָה‎, q. v. v אים‎); — feminine singular absolute אֵימְתָנִי‎ (K§ 61, 5)) Daniel 7:7 (on form see PrätZMG lvi (1902), 156BSSW 51, Anm. 3).


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