7351. rahit
Strong's Concordance
rahit: perhaps rafters, boards
Original Word: רַחִיט
Part of Speech: Noun Masculine
Transliteration: rahit
Phonetic Spelling: (rekh-eet')
Short Definition: rafters
[רָהִיט] noun masculine collective rafters? boards? (as strips running between beams ? so Bu conjecture; compare Syriac boards (?) , Nö in Bu); — suffix רָהִיטֵנוּ Songs 1:17 Qr (Kt רחיטנו; Manuscripts ׳רַח Baerp. 46ii. 1, 149), "" קִרוֺת.

רוֺב see רֹב below רבב. [רוּב] see ריב.

רחיטנו Songs 1:17 Kt, see [רָחִיט] below רהט.

רֵחַיִם see רחה. above

רחל (√ of following; meaning ?; compare Late Hebrew רָחֵל (plural יִ֯ם, וִֺ֯ת), Arabic , , Aramaic רַחְלָא, all ewe; compare perhaps Assyrian la—ru (transposed; see on רֶגֶל)).

Strong's Exhaustive Concordance

From the same as rahat; a panel (as resembling a trough) -- rafter.

see HEBREW rahat

Forms and Transliterations
רַהִיטֵ֖נוּ רהיטנו ra·hî·ṭê·nū rahiTenu rahîṭênū
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Englishman's Concordance
Strong's Hebrew 7351
1 Occurrence

ra·hî·ṭê·nū — 1 Occ.

Songs 1:17
HEB: [רַחִיטֵנוּ כ] (רַהִיטֵ֖נוּ ק) בְּרוֹתִֽים׃
NAS: are cedars, Our rafters, cypresses.
KJV: [are] cedar, [and] our rafters of fir.
INT: of our houses are cedars rafter cypresses

1 Occurrence

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