Strong's Concordance, Hebrew Dictionary

Dinah, the daughter of Jacob, Hebrew: דִּינָה, dînâ (H1783)

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Definition Details

Strong's Number: H1783

Hebrew Base Word: דִּינָה

Part of speech: Proper Name Feminine

Usage: Dinah

Literally: judgment

Definition: Dinah, the daughter of Jacob.

Detailed definition:

  1. Daughter of Jacob by Leah, full sister of Simeon and Levi.

Derived terms: Feminine of H1779; justice.

Pronunciation:

  1. Biblical International Phonetic Alphabet: d̪ɪi̯ˈn̪ɔː
  2. Modern International Phonetic Alphabet: diːˈnɑː
  3. Transliteration: dînâ
  4. Biblical Pronunciation: dee-NAW
  5. Modern Pronunciation: dee-NA


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