Word Summary
taphel: tasteless, unseasoned
Original Word: תָּפֵל
Transliteration: taphel
Phonetic Spelling: (taw-fale')
Part of Speech: Adjective; noun masculine
Short Definition: tasteless, unseasoned
Meaning: plaster, slime, frivolity
Strong's Concordance
foolish things, unsavory, untempered

From an unused root meaning to smear; plaster (as gummy) or slime; (figuratively) frivolity -- foolish things, unsavoury, untempered.


H8602. taphel

I. תָּפֵלadjective tasteless, unseasoned; — absolute ׳ת‎, as substantive Job 6:6; figurative of unsatisfying prophecies Lamentations 2:14 ( + שָׁוְא‎).

II. תָּפֵלnoun [masculine] whitewash; — applied to wall, in Ezekiel's vision Ezekiel 13:10-11, 14, 15; figurative of false prophet 22:28.