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HebrewEdit

Etymology 1Edit

Related to אוּבָל('uvál, stream) and Arabic وَبَلَ(wabala, to rain heavily).

PronunciationEdit

NounEdit

יוּבַל (yuválm (plural indefinite יוּבַלִּים‎, singular construct יוּבַל־, plural construct יוּבַלֵּי־‎)

  1. A tributary: a stream or river that empties into another stream or river.
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Proper nounEdit

יוּבַל (yuválm

  1. A male given name, Yuvál.

Etymology 2Edit

Root
י־ב־ל

Related to הוֹבִיל(hovíl, to lead).

PronunciationEdit

NounEdit

יוֹבֵל (yovélm (plural indefinite יוֹבְלִים‎, singular construct יוֹבֵל־, plural construct יוֹבְלֵי־‎)

  1. A ram, a male sheep.
  2. A shofar, a ram's-horn trumpet.

VerbEdit

יוּבַל (yuvál)

  1. Third-person masculine singular future (prefix conjugation) of הוּבַל(huvál)

Etymology 3Edit

Perhaps from the preceding; alternatively, from Proto-Indo-European – see discussion at jubilee.

PronunciationEdit

Same as the preceding.

NounEdit

יוֹבֵל (yovélm (plural indefinite יוֹבְלִיםor יוֹבְלוֹת‎, singular construct יוֹבֵל־, plural construct יוֹבְלֵי־or יוֹבְלוֹת־‎)

  1. (Jewish law) A Jubilee, a Jubilee year: a year of rest, prescribed by the Jewish Bible to occur each fiftieth year, after seven cycles of seven years.
  2. A period of fifty years.
  3. A jubilee, a period of celebration or rejoicing.

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