3917. liyliyth
Strong's Concordance
liyliyth: owl
Original Word: לִילִית
Part of Speech: Noun Feminine
Transliteration: liyliyth
Phonetic Spelling: (lee-leeth')
Short Definition: owl
לִילִית noun feminine Lilith (Milton Che night-hag), name of a female night-demon haunting desolate Edom; probably borrowed from Babylonian, Isaiah 34:14 (Late Hebrew id.; Assyrian lilîtu, DlHWB 377; Syriac PS1951; on the development of legends of Lilith in later Judaism, see BuxLex. Talmud., under the word Cheon the passage GrünbaumZMG xxxi.1877, 250 f. — Connexion with לילה perhaps only apparent, a popular etymology).

לִין see לון.

Strong's Exhaustive Concordance
screech owl

From layil; a night spectre -- screech owl.

see HEBREW layil

Forms and Transliterations
לִּילִ֔ית לילית lî·lîṯ liLit lîlîṯ
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Englishman's Concordance
Strong's Hebrew 3917
1 Occurrence

lî·lîṯ — 1 Occ.

Isaiah 34:14
HEB: שָׁם֙ הִרְגִּ֣יעָה לִּילִ֔ית וּמָצְאָ֥ה לָ֖הּ
NAS: Yes, the night monster will settle
KJV: to his fellow; the screech owl also shall rest
INT: there will settle the night and will find A resting

1 Occurrence

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