The Old Testament Hebrew Lexicon
|Original Word||Word Origin|
| ||lbn|| ||the same as (05036)|
|Transliterated Word||Phonetic Spelling|
| ||Nabal|| ||naw-bawl'
|Parts of Speech||TWOT|
| ||Proper Name Masculine|| ||None|
Nabhal or Nabal = "fool"
- a man of Carmel who spurned David's messengers, then died of shock when he realised it might cause his death; his case was pleaded by his wife Abigail who became David's wife after his death
| Translated Words|
| ||KJV (22) - Nabal, 18; Nabhal, 4; |
NAS (22) - Nabal, 19; Nabal's, 3;
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