Word Summary
ayyal: a hart, stag, deer
Original Word: אַיָּל
Transliteration: ayyal
Phonetic Spelling: (ah-yawl')
Part of Speech: Noun Masculine
Short Definition: a hart, stag, deer
Meaning: a hart, stag, deer
Strong's Concordance

An intensive form of 'ayil (in the sense of ram); a stag or male deer -- hart.

see HEBREW 'ayil


H354. ayyal

אַיָּלnoun [masculine] (feminine Psalm 42:2) hart, stag, deer (Aramaic id., , Arabic , Assyrian ailu Dlw, but dubious, see HptBAS i. 170; Ethiopic = leader ? compare אַיִל‎) Arabic = ibex (i. q. , ). — ׳א‎ absolute Deuteronomy 12:15 6t.; plural אַיָּלִיםSong of Solomon 2:9 3t.; — hart, stag, allowed as food Deuteronomy 12:15, 22; 15:22 (all "" צְבִי‎); 14:5; ("" יַחְמוּר צְבִי,‎ etc.); eaten in Solomon's household 1 Kings 5:3 ("" as Deuteronomy 14:5); simile of leaping Isaiah 35:6; id. הָא ׳עֹפֶרSong of Solomon 2:9, 17; 8:14 (all "" צְבִי‎); as in search of pasture, simile of princes of Judah Lamentations 1:6; as longing for water, simile of longing for ׳יPsalm 42:2.