Miriam (Moses’ sister) watched over the basket – we don’t know why. Tarsos -- Tarsus, a city of Cilicia ... Tarsus, a city of Cilicia. ©2020 Creation Ministries International. Genesis 6:14 Make thee an ark of gopher wood; rooms shalt thou make in the ark, and shalt pitch it within and without with pitch. 3. Transliteration: tarpelaye Phonetic Spelling: (tar-pel-ah'-ee) Short Definition: officials. 8640 . Pitch making was a skilled trade, and many European surnames bear testimony to that fact today. If it is true that there are indeed many geologists that claim Noah could not have obtained pitch, then there are many otherwise intelligent men and women who wilfully make themselves ignorant of an incredibly easily accessed fact. Word ... /hebrew/8639.htm - 6k, 8653. tarelah -- a reeling... 8652, 8653. tarelah. This significance is based on their flammable nature, and anything fiery or flammable in the Word signifies good, and in the opposite sense, evil. This is an odd criticism considering the English definitions above. a city in Benjamin. Likewise in Germany, the word for pitch is ‘Teer’, and it appears in names such as Teer and Teerman. But of course, wood has been wood for thousands of years, although the exact identification of the wood used in the Ark is not clear. Their first step was to obtain resin from the pine trees which at that time grew in dense forests throughout Europe. (Isaiah 34:8-9) CMI records your real name, email address, and country as a sign of good faith. Even the article we are directing you to could, in principle, change without notice on sites we do not control. A herringbone pattern of cuts was gouged into the tree trunk and as the resin ran down the grooves it was collected in a pot at the base of the tree. She put the child in it, and laid it in the reeds by the river's bank. For those who are not geologists, pitch is a black glue-like substance left behind when coal tar is heated or distilled. Ex) Christian Bible Study Resources, Dictionary, Concordance and Search Tools. The word used for “flag”—suph—seems to be a Hebraised form of tufi, a common Egyptian word, having this sense. The spot is traditionally said to be the Isle of Rodah, near Old Cairo. Sharks apparently dislike the taste, while the ancestors liked the taste of shark :). ... /.../callan/the shepherd of my soul/x thou anointest my head.htm, Off to vienna ... aurochs. They were ordered to engage in the production of tar and pitch, and were treated as slaves and Redemptioners, ie, emigrants, shamefully defrauded by "the ... //christianbookshelf.org/bente/american lutheranism/joshua kocherthal.htm, John Christopher Hartwick. & Jarchi in loc. Jochebed placed her child “in the flags,” that the ark might not float away down the river, and so be lost to her sight. i. p. 361). Mineral pitch, though not a product of Egypt, was imported into the country from Mesopotamia, and was largely used for embalming (Brugsch, History of Egypt, vol. Part of Speech: Noun, Feminine Transliteration: Tarsos Phonetic Spelling: (tar-sos') Short Definition: Tarsus Definition: Tarsus, the ... //strongsnumbers.com/greek2/5019.htm - 6k, 842. autarkes -- self-sufficient, sufficient ... self-sufficient, sufficient. Verb - Qal - Perfect - third person feminine singular, Conjunctive waw | Adverb - Negative particle, Iteration, continuance, again, repeatedly, still, more, Verb - Hifil - Infinitive construct | third person masculine singular, To hide, to hoard, reserve, to deny, to protect, to lurk, Conjunctive waw | Verb - Qal - Consecutive imperfect - third person feminine singular, Preposition | third person masculine singular, Conjunctive waw | Verb - Qal - Consecutive imperfect - third person feminine singular | third person feminine singular, To boil up, to ferment, to glow, to smear with pitch, Preposition-b, Article | Noun - masculine singular, Conjunctive waw, Preposition-b, Article | Noun - feminine singular, Preposition | third person feminine singular, Untranslatable mark of the accusative case, Article | Noun - proper - feminine singular, Nile -- a channel, a fosse, canal, shaft, the Nile, the Tigris, Ellicott's Commentary for English Readers, OT Law: Exodus 2:3 When she could no longer hide him (Exo. i. p. 361). At least one critic has suggested that the KJV translators were in error by projecting 17th century shipbuilding techniques onto the Bible by translating the Hebrew word kopher as pitch, which he interpreted as meaning tar.