581. innun
Strong's Concordance
innun: they, those
Original Word: אִנּוּן
Part of Speech: pronoun masculine plural
Transliteration: innun
Phonetic Spelling: (in-noon')
Definition: they, those
NAS Exhaustive Concordance
Word Origin
(Aramaic) corresponding to hem
Definition
they, those
NASB Translation
those (1).

Brown-Driver-Briggs
אִנּוּן pronoun 3 masculine plural they, those (plural of הוּא: ᵑ7 אִינּוּן, feminine אִינִּין, e.g. Genesis 3:7; Genesis 6:2; Syriac , feminine , ; Talmud אִינְהוֺ, אִינְהֵי (for אִינְהוֺן, אִינְהֵין); Mandean הינון, הינין; — all from הוֺן, הֵן with demonstrative Syll. אן, הן 'lo,' prefixed, WOG 98, 106M 86); — they, those, Daniel 2:44 מַלְכַיָּא אִנוּן those kings, Daniel 6:25 as accusative רְמוֺ אִנוּן, Daniel 7:17 Kt דִּי אִנוּן אַרְכַּע (Qr feminine אִנִּין) which are four (Dr1Samuel 10:19 K§ 87,3), Ezra 5:4 . . . מָה אִנוּן שְׁמָהָת = what are the names . . . ? (Dr§ 201, 3, Obs., Kl.c.) compare הוּא.

אִנִּין they (feminine) Daniel 7:17 Qr : Kt אִנּוּן, above

Strong's Exhaustive Concordance
they, them, these

(Aramaic) or (feminine) inniyn (Aramaic) {in- neen'}; corresponding to hem; they -- X are, them, these.

see HEBREW hem

Forms and Transliterations
אִנִּ֖ין אִנּ֖וּן אִנּ֗וּן אִנּוּן֙ אנון אנין ’in·nîn ’in·nūn ’innîn ’innūn inNin inNun
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Ezra 5:4
HEB: לְּהֹ֑ם מַן־ אִנּוּן֙ שְׁמָהָ֣ת גֻּבְרַיָּ֔א
KJV: What are the names
INT: told what are the names of the men

Daniel 2:44
HEB: דִּ֧י מַלְכַיָּ֣א אִנּ֗וּן יְקִים֩ אֱלָ֨הּ
NAS: In the days of those kings the God
KJV: And in the days of these kings
INT: which kings of those will set the God

Daniel 6:24
HEB: אַרְיָוָתָא֙ רְמ֔וֹ אִנּ֖וּן בְּנֵיה֣וֹן וּנְשֵׁיה֑וֹן
KJV: of lions, them, their children,
INT: the lions' cast them their children and their wives

Daniel 7:17
HEB: רַבְרְבָתָ֔א דִּ֥י אִנִּ֖ין אַרְבַּ֑ע אַרְבְּעָ֥ה
KJV: beasts, which are four,
INT: great which which are four are four

4 Occurrences

Strong's Hebrew 581
4 Occurrences


’in·nîn — 1 Occ.
’in·nūn — 3 Occ.










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