Lihat definisi kata "Booth" dalam Studi Kata
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NAVE: Booth
EBD: Booth


Booth [nave]

Made of boughs, Jonah 4:5; made for cattle, Gen. 33:17; watchmen, Job 27:18; Isa. 1:8; 24:20.
Prescribed for the Israelites to dwell in, during the Feast of Tabernacles, to celebrate their wanderings in the wilderness, Lev. 23:40-43; Neh. 8:15, 16.

Booth [ebd]

a hut made of the branches of a tree. In such tabernacles Jacob sojourned for a season at a place named from this circumstance Succoth (Gen. 33:17). Booths were erected also at the feast of Tabernacles (q.v.), Lev. 23:42, 43, which commemorated the abode of the Israelites in the wilderness.

BOOTH [isbe]

BOOTH - booth, booth: The Hebrew word cukkah (rendered in the King James Version "booth" or "booths," eleven times; "tabernacle" or "tabernacles," ten times; "pavilion" or "pavilions," five times; "cottage" once) means a hut made of wattled twigs or branches (Lev 23:42; Neh 8:15). In countries where trees are abundant such wattled structures are common as temporary buildings as they can be constructed in a very short time. Cattle were probably housed in them (Gen 33:17). Such hurriedly-made huts were use d by soldiers (2 Sam 11:11; 1 Ki 20:12) and by harvesters--hence, the name feast of "booths" or "tabernacles" (see TABERNACLES, FEAST OF). Job (27:18) uses booth (parallel moth's house) as a symbol of impermanence. Similar huts were erected in vineyards, etc., to protect them from robbers and beasts of prey. The isolated condition of Jerusalem in the time of the prophet Isaiah is compared to a "booth in a vineyard" (Isa 18).

T. Lewis

Lihat definisi kata "Booth" dalam Studi Kata

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