קֹהֶ֫לֶת, ( קוֺהֶ֫לֶת
[Eccl 12:8]) noun masculine [Eccl 1:2] collector (of sentences), or (AV RV) preacher (concionator Jerome: ἐκκλησιαστής ᵐ5 (member of an ἐκκλησία); feminine either of office, Ges«GKC:122r»§ 122r De Now Che, compare סֹפֶרֶת [Ezra 2:55] , Khalif; German Majestät, Excellenz; or as in Arabic with intensive force, one realizing the idea in its completeness (compare great collector, deep investigator (formed like קֹהֶלֶת), WAG i. § 233 R. c. see DrIntr. 466; RVm great orator): hence either convener, or great collector (of sentences), compare בַּעֲלֵי אֲסֻפּוֺת [Eccl 12:11], למעא דברי חפץ ׳בקּשׁ ק v [Eccl 12:10] (but KöEinl. 428 Drl.c. and others speaker in assembly, Plumptre debater)); — ׳ק a king in Jerusalem, son of David, probably = Solomon, the pseudonym of book of Ecclesiastes: [Eccl 1:1], v [Eccl 1:2] (apposition of אֲנִי), called חכם [Eccl 12:9] compare v [Eccl 12:10] ׳אמר ק [Eccl 1:2], ׳אמר הק [Eccl 12:8] = [Eccl 7:27] for ᵑ0 ׳אמרה ק.
The Brown-Driver-Briggs Hebrew and English Lexicon
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