Word Summary
aboth: cord, rope, cordage
Original Word: עֲבֹת
Transliteration: aboth
Phonetic Spelling: (ab-oth')
Part of Speech: Noun
Short Definition: cord, rope, cordage
Meaning: something intwined, a string, wreath, foliage
Strong's Concordance
band, cord, rope, thick bough branch, wreathen chain

Or rabowth {ab-oth'}; or (feminine) tabothah {ab- oth-aw'}; the same as aboth; something intwined, i.e. A string, wreath or foliage -- band, cord, rope, thick bough (branch), wreathen (chain).

see HEBREW aboth


H5688. aboth

עֲבֹתnoun masculineJudges 15:13+?feminine15:14 + (twisted) cord, rope; cordage; interwoven foliage (?); — absolute ׳עExodus 28:14 2t.; construct עֲבוֺתIsaiah 5:18; Psalm 129:4; suffix 3masculine singular עֲבֹתוֺJob 39:10, 3masculine plural עֲבֹתֵ֑ימוֺPsalm 2:3; plural עֲבֹּתִיםJudges 15:13 +, עֲבֹתֹת‎ +, Exodus 28:14 +, etc.; —

1 cord, rope:

a. as fetter, Judges 15:13-14, 16:11-12, Ezekiel 3:25; 4:8; Job 39:10 (of wild ox), so also probably Psalm 118:27 bind the festal victim (חַג‎) with cords Ew Ol De Hup-Now Dr and others; > with branches Che, compare Bae Du; figurative of authority 2:3 ("" מוֺסְרוֺתֵימוֺ‎), 129:4.

b. הָעֲגָלָה עֲבוֺתIsaiah 5:18 i.e. with which a cart is drawn (in simile; "" הַשָּׁוְא חַבְלֵי‎); figurativeאַהֲבָה עֲבֹתוֺתHosea 11:4 with the cords of love, of ׳י‎s drawing Israel ("" אָדָם חַבְלֵי‎).

c. cordage, cord, of (twisted) golden chains on high priest's breast-piece (all P): עֲבֹת מַעֲשֵׂה‎, cordage-work Exodus 28:14, 22; 39:15; הָעֲבֹתֹת שַׁרְשְׁרֹת28:14 the chains of cords (cordlike chains); (הָ)עֲבֹתֹת שְׁתֵּיthe two cords 28:24; 28:25; 39:17-18,.

2 interwoven foliage (?) in phrase עֲבֹתִים (עַלֿ)בֵּין‎ of top of a vine Ezekiel 19:11 (clouds Ew Hi-Sm Toy, read then עָבוֺת‎); of cedar, 31:3, 10, 14, but in these certainly clouds, so ᵐ5‎ Ew Hi-Sm Co and others

עֹג‎ see עוֺג