Word Summary
yekel or yekil: to be able
Original Word: יְכֵל
Transliteration: yekel or yekil
Phonetic Spelling: (yek-ale')
Part of Speech: Verb
Short Definition: to be able
Meaning: to be able
Strong's Concordance
be able, can, could, prevail

(Aramaic) or ykiyl (Aramaic) {yek-eel'}; to yakol -- be able, can, couldest, prevail.

see HEBREW yakol


H3202. yekel

or yekil יְכִל‎ (K§ 25, a) β))

verb be able (Daniel) (ᵑ7‎; Nabataean (rare) SAC60; Egyptian Aramaic S-CE 8, 11+; Christian-Palestinian Aramaic Schulth83; Biblical Hebrew יָכֹל‎); —

Pe`al 1. with Infinitive be able to do:Perfect3masculine singular יְכִלDaniel 6:21 (subject God), 2 masculine singular יְכֵ֫לְתָּ2:47; Imperfect3masculine singular יוּכַל‎ (Hebraism, K§ 43, 1. Beisp. b)) 2:10, יִכֻּל3:29 (subject a god), 2 masculine singular תוכל5:16 (twice in verse) (<both Qr תִּכּוּל‎, Kl.c.); Participle יָכִל3:17; 4:34 (both subject God); plural לִין יָָֽכְּ2:27; 4:15; 6:5.

2 prevail (Biblical Hebrew

2) against (ל‎), Participle feminine singular יָָֽכְלָהDaniel 7:21.