Word Summary
pthiy: simple, perhaps open-minded
Original Word: פְתִי
Transliteration: pthiy
Phonetic Spelling: (peth-ee')
Part of Speech: Adjective; noun feminine
Short Definition: simple, perhaps open-minded
Meaning: simple, perhaps open-minded
Strong's Concordance
foolish, simplicity, one

Or pethiy {peh'-thee}; or pthaeiy {peth-aw-ee'}; from pathah; silly (i.e. Seducible) -- foolish, simple(-icity, one).

see HEBREW pathah


H6612. pthiy

מֶּ֫תִי‎ [for מָּתַי‎ Lag BN 52 BaZMG xlii (1888), 353; NB 320]

adjective simple, possibly as open-minded; — מֶּ֫תִיProverbs 9:4 +, מֶּ֑תִיPsalm 19:8 +; plural מְּתָאיִם‎ (Ges§ 93x) 116:6 6t. Proverbs; מְּתָיִים119:130; Proverbs 22:3; מְּתָיִם1:22, 32; — simple, as substantive concrete: open to the instruction of wisdom or folly, 9:4, 16; believing every word 14:15; lacking עָרְמָה1:14; 8:5; 19:25; needing ביןPsalm 119:130, חכמה19:8; Proverbs 21:11; in good sense, י ׳פתאים שׁמרPsalm 116:8 ׳יpreserveth ths simple-minded; but usually tendency to bad sense; פתאים‎ love פתיProverbs 1:22; inherit אִוֶּלֶת14:18, are easily enticed, misled and go back 1:32; 7:7; 9:6; 22:3 = 27:12; they need atonement Ezekiel 45:20 ("" שׁגה‎).

[מְּתִי‎] noun feminine simplicity (i.e.lack of wisdom), תְּאֵהֲבומֶּֿ֑תִי מְּתָיִם דְַמָֿתַיProverbs 1:22.