abad אֲבֵד

(Aramaic) See H6 – Hebrew cognate אׇבַד

Strong’s Concordance: H7

Hebrew Letters: אבד (Aleph-Bet-Dalet).

Part of speech: Verb

Definition: to perish, to be destroyed, or, in a causative sense, to destroy. This term is closely connected to death. It is used for the passing away of false gods (Jeremiah 10:11); the execution of Babylonian wise men (Dan 2:12-13, Dan 2:18-24); the bodily destruction of Daniel’s apocalyptic “beast” (Dan 7:11). See the Hebrew cognate abad H6.

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