1761. dachavah
Strong's Concordance
dachavah: music
Original Word: דַּחֲוָה
Part of Speech: Noun Feminine
Transliteration: dachavah
Phonetic Spelling: (dakh-av-aw')
Definition: perhaps a musical instrument
Brown-Driver-Briggs
[דַּחֲוָה] noun feminine dubious; — plural absolute דַּחֲוָן Daniel 6:19, Vrss conject.; AV RV instrument of music (so AE, assuming meaning strike [strings] for דְּחָא [Biblical Hebrew דָּחָה] thrust; Saad RVm dancing-girls; Bertholet al. concubines (from sens. obsc. of Arabic , but then read probably לְחֵנָן (Daniel 5:2,3,23) Marti Prince Dr.

Strong's Exhaustive Concordance
instrument of music

(Aramaic) from the equivalent of dachah; probably a musical instrument (as being struck) -- instrument of music.

see HEBREW dachah

Forms and Transliterations
וְדַחֲוָ֖ן ודחון vedachaVan wə·ḏa·ḥă·wān wəḏaḥăwān
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Daniel 6:18
HEB: וּבָ֣ת טְוָ֔ת וְדַחֲוָ֖ן לָא־ הַנְעֵ֣ל
NAS: and no entertainment was brought
KJV: neither were instruments of musick brought
INT: the night fasting entertainment and no was brought

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Strong's Hebrew 1761
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wə·ḏa·ḥă·wān — 1 Occ.










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