Word Summary
alyah: the fat tail (of sheep)
Original Word: אַלְיָה
Transliteration: alyah
Phonetic Spelling: (al-yaw')
Part of Speech: Noun Feminine
Short Definition: the fat tail (of sheep)
Meaning: the stout part, the fat tail of the Oriental sheep
Strong's Concordance

From 'alah (in the original sense of strength); the stout part, i.e. The fat tail of the Oriental sheep -- rump.

see HEBREW 'alah


H451. alyah

אַלְיָהnoun feminine fat tail of sheep, still accounted a delicacy in the East; (Mishna id. אַלִּיתָא אַלְיְתָה, ᵑ7,‎, etc.; Arabic , compare FlTWB i. 418 a) Exodus 29:22; Leviticus 3:9; 7:3; 8:25 (all "" חֵ֫לֶב‎); 9:19, probably also 1 Samuel 9:24 for הֶעָלֶיהָ‎ see Gei Dr (compare TristrNat. Hist. Bib. ch. vi RiHWB Schafe SmithDict. Bib. Sheep).