Word Summary
Towla': two men of Issachar
Original Word: תּוֹלָע
Transliteration: Towla'
Phonetic Spelling: (to-law')
Part of Speech: Proper Name Masculine
Short Definition: two men of Issachar
Meaning: two men of Issachar
Strong's Concordance
crimson, scarlet, worm

And (feminine) towleoah {to-lay-aw'}; or towla ath {to-lah'-ath}; or tolaiath {to-lah'-ath}; from yala'; a maggot (as voracious); specifically (often with ellipsis of shaniy) the crimson-grub, but used only (in this connection) of the color from it, and cloths dyed therewith -- crimson, scarlet, worm.

see HEBREW yala'

see HEBREW shaniy


H8439. Towla

' II. תּוֺלָעproper name, masculine in Issachar; a judge of Israel Judges 10:1; assigned to earlier time by Genesis 46:13; Numbers 26:23 (both P), 1 Chronicles 7:1-2,(twice in verse).