Word Summary
tab'el: "good for nothing", an Aramean (Syrian)
Original Word: טֱבְאֵל
Transliteration: tab'el
Phonetic Spelling: (taw-beh-ale')
Part of Speech: Proper Name Masculine
Short Definition: "good for nothing", an Aramean (Syrian)
Meaning: Tabeal -- "good for nothing", an Aramean (Syrian)
Strong's Concordance
Tabeal, Tabeel

From towb and 'el; pleasing (to) God; Tabeel, the name of a Syrian and of a Persian -- Tabeal, Tabeel.

see HEBREW towb

see HEBREW 'el


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'el טָֽבְאֵלproper name, masculine (Aramaic; = God is good, see טוֺב‎; according to Wkl (see below) God is wise, compare Aramaic , Ethiopic be wise; Arabic act as physician, expert) — Persian officer in Samaria Ezra 4:7, ᵐ5Ταβεηλ.

טָֽבְאַ֑לproper name, masculine (apparently pointed to mean good-for-nothing (אַל‎ as negative) see De Di Du StaGesch i. 590, originally טָֽבְאֵל‎; Ol§ 91 dii, 537 and others think אַ֑ל‎- simply pausal form) — Aramean, whose son Pekah and Resin proposed to make king of Jerusalem in place of Ahaz; only בֶּןטָֽֿבְאַ֑לIsaiah 7:6 (WklAlttest. Untersuch. 1892. 74 identification with Resin, comparing טַבְרִמֹּן‎ father of Benhadad).