Word Summary
lach: moist, fresh, new
Original Word: לַח
Transliteration: lach
Phonetic Spelling: (lakh)
Part of Speech: Adjective
Short Definition: moist, fresh, new
Meaning: fresh, unused, undried
Strong's Concordance
green, moist

From an unused root meaning to be new; fresh, i.e. Unused or undried -- green, moist.


H3892. lach

לַחadjective moist, fresh, new; — ׳לGenesis 30:37; Ezekiel 21:3; לָ֑ח17:24; plural לַחִיםNumbers 6:3 2t.; —

1 moist, fresh, of trees, fruit, etc.; לַח לִבְנֶהGenesis 30:37 (J); ל ׳עֵץEzekiel 17:24; 21:3; grapes ל ׳עֲנָבִיםNumbers 6:3.

2 new, of cords, ל ׳יְתָרִיםJudges 16:7-8, probably made of fresh sinews of animal (compare Syriac PS1652; GFMon the passage)