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איב

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איב

The verb איב ('ayab) means to be hostile to or to be an enemy. This verb occurs in all expectable ways, from men being hostile to men (Numbers 35:23), to men treating men as enemies (Exodus 23:22), to a general or national enemy (Exodus 15:6), to enemies of God (Numbers 10:35). Most notable are the instances where God becomes the enemy of rebellious men (Isaiah 63:10).

This verb comes with one derivative: the feminine noun איבה ('eba), meaning enmity (Genesis 3:15, Numbers 35:21).


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