Word Summary
yadid: beloved
Original Word: יְדִיד
Transliteration: yadid
Phonetic Spelling: (yed-eed')
Part of Speech: Adjective
Short Definition: beloved
Meaning: beloved
Strong's Concordance
amiable, well-beloved, loves

From the same as dowd; loved -- amiable, (well-)beloved, loves.

see HEBREW dowd


H3039. yadid

[יָדִיד‎] adjective (poetry) beloved (Late Hebrew id., Aramaic ) — construct יְדִידDeuteronomy 33:12; suffix לִידִידִיIsaiah 5:1 (twice in verse); Jeremiah 11:15; לִידִידוֺPsalm 127:2; plural suffix יְדִידֶיךָ60:7; 108:7; feminine יְדִידֹת45:1; יְדִידוֺת84:2; —

1 my beloved, used by prophets of ׳י‎ under figure of husbandman Isaiah 5:1 (twice in verse); so my (thy, his) beloved Jeremiah 11:15; Psalm 60:7 = 108:7Psalm 2; beloved, of Benjamin as beloved by ׳יDeuteronomy 33:12.

2 lovely, מִשְׁכְּנוֺתֶיךָ מַהיְּֿדִידוֺתPsalm 84:2 how lovely are thy habitations !

3 feminine plural as abstract substantive יְדִידֹת שִׁירPsalm 45:1 = a song of love.