Word Summary
dalah: to draw (water)
Original Word: דָּלָה
Transliteration: dalah
Phonetic Spelling: (daw-law')
Part of Speech: Verb
Short Definition: to draw (water)
Meaning: to dangle, to let down a, bucket, to deliver
Strong's Concordance
draw out, enough, lift up

A primitive root (compare dalal); properly, to dangle, i.e. To let down a bucket (for drawing out water); figuratively, to deliver -- draw (out), X enough, lift up.

see HEBREW dalal


H1802. dalah

דָּלָהverb draw (water) (Late Hebrew id., Aramaic דְּלָא‎, ; Arabic pull up bucket; II, IV let down; v hang down; compare bucket; Ethiopic : weigh; Assyrian dalû, draw water, compare Dl § 108 C AdlerPAOS Oct. 1888, xcix.; also dilûtu, bucket, Idib; dalâni COTGloss) —

Qal Perfect דָּלָהExodus 2:19; Imperfect3masculine singular suffix יִדְלֶ֑נָּהProverbs 20:5; דַּלְיוּ26:7 see below; 3 feminine pluralוַתִּדְלֶנָהExodus 2:16; Infinitive absolute דָּלֹה2:19; — draw (water, but no object expressed) 2:6, 19 (twice in verse); figurative of drawing counsel (עֵצָזה‎) out of heart, with accusative (suffix) Proverbs 20:5. — דַּלְיוּ26:7 is difficult; read perhaps 3 masculine plural דָּלָיוּ‎ intransitive, a lame man's legs hang down (helpless) so Ew Sta§ 413 a; other views in De Now.

Pi`el Perfect2masculine singular suffix דִּלִּיתָ֑נִיPsalm 30:2 figurative (compare Pa`el in Syriac) subject ׳יthou hast drawn me up (out of Sh®°ôl, compare 30:4).