Word Summary
behal: to alarm, dismay
Original Word: בְּהל
Transliteration: behal
Phonetic Spelling: (be-hal')
Part of Speech: Verb
Short Definition: to alarm, dismay
Meaning: to terrify, hasten
Strong's Concordance
in haste, trouble

(Aramaic) corresponding to bahal; to terrify, hasten -- in haste, trouble.

see HEBREW bahal


H927. behal

[בְּהַל‎] verb Pa`el alarm, dismay (so usually ᵑ7‎ (not Syriac); Biblical Hebrew [בָּהַל‎]); — Imperfect . 3 masculine singular suffix יְבַהֲלָךְDaniel 4:16 and 3 masculine plural suffix לֻגַּנִי‎- 4:2; 7:15, 28 (both jussive Str§ 18 c M§ 52 a); לוּךְ‎- 5:10, לֻנֵּ֑ךְ‎- 4:16, לוּנֵהּ‎- 5:6.

Hithpe`el hasten (so Pi`el in late Biblical Hebrew; ᵑ7‎ Ithpe`el (rare)); Infinitive בְּהִתְבְּהָלָה‎ = in haste (originally 'in alarm') Daniel 2:25; 3:24; 6:20.

Hithpa. Passive participle מִתְבָּהַלDaniel 5:9 was greatly alarmed.