אטום

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Etymology 1Edit

Through European languages, from Latin atomus (smallest particle), from Ancient Greek ἄτομος (átomos, indivisible), from ἀ- (a-, not) +‎ τέμνω (témnō, I cut).

NounEdit

אָטוֹם (atomm

  1. (physics) an atom

Etymology 2Edit

Root
א־ט־ם

From the root א־ט־ם‎ (ʾ-t-m). Compare with אָטַם(ʾatám, to seal).

AdjectiveEdit

אָטוּם (atúm) (feminine אֲטוּמָה‎, masculine plural אֲטוּמִים‎, feminine plural אֲטוּמוֹת‎)

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    • Ezekiel 40:16, with translation of the American Standard Version:
      וְחַלֹּנוֹת אֲטֻמוֹת אֶל הַתָּאִים
      And there were closed windows to the lodges