H4335 מישׁך - Strong's Hebrew Lexicon Number


מישׁך
mêyshak
may-shak'
Borrowed from H4336; Meshak, an Israelite

KJV Usage: Meshak.


Brown-Driver-Briggs' Hebrew Definitions

BDB4635
BDB9657

מישׁך
Meshach = "guest of a king"
1. the godly friend of Daniel who Nebuchadnezzar renamed Meshach; one of the three friends who with Daniel refused to make themselves unclean by eating food from the king's table which went against the dietary laws which God had given the Jews; also one of the three who were thrown into the fiery furnace for refusing to bow down to a graven image of Nebuchadnezzar and who were saved by the angel of the Lord
a. original name 'Mishael'
Origin: borrowed from H4336
TWOT: None
Parts of Speech: Proper Name Masculine

TBESH:
מֵישַׁךְ
me.shakh
N:N-M-P
Meshach
Meshach = "guest of a king"
1) the godly friend of Daniel who Nebuchadnezzar renamed Meshach; one of the three friends who with Daniel refused to make themselves unclean by eating food from the king's table which went against the dietary laws which God had given the Jews; also one of the three who were thrown into the fiery furnace for refusing to bow down to a graven image of Nebuchadnezzar and who were saved by the angel of the Lord
1a) original name 'Mishael'

View how H4335 מישׁך is used in the Bible

One occurence of H4335 מישׁך

Daniel 1:7 of Meshach;

Distinct usage

1 of Meshach;


Related words

H4335

H4336 מישׁך mêyshak

מישׁך
mêyshak
may-shak'
(Chaldee); of foreign origin and doubtful signification; Meshak, the Babylonian name of H4333

KJV Usage: Meshak.