2 S. 22:46 KJV (With Strong’s)

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Strangers
nekar (Hebrew #5236)
foreign, or (concretely) a foreigner, or (abstractly) heathendom
KJV usage: alien, strange (+ -er).
Pronounce: nay-kawr'
Origin: ' from 5234
ben (Hebrew #1121)
a son (as a builder of the family name), in the widest sense (of literal and figurative relationship, including grandson, subject, nation, quality or condition, etc., (like 1, 251, etc.))
KJV usage: + afflicted, age, (Ahoh-) (Ammon-) (Hachmon-) (Lev-)ite, (anoint-)ed one, appointed to, (+) arrow, (Assyr-) (Babylon-) (Egypt-) (Grec-)ian, one born, bough, branch, breed, + (young) bullock, + (young) calf, X came up in, child, colt, X common, X corn, daughter, X of first, + firstborn, foal, + very fruitful, + postage, X in, + kid, + lamb, (+) man, meet, + mighty, + nephew, old, (+) people, + rebel, + robber, X servant born, X soldier, son, + spark, + steward, + stranger, X surely, them of, + tumultuous one, + valiant(-est), whelp, worthy, young (one), youth.
Pronounce: bane
Origin: from {SI 11129}1129{/SI}
shall fade away
nabel (Hebrew #5034)
to wilt; generally, to fall away, fail, faint; figuratively, to be foolish or (morally) wicked; causatively, to despise, disgrace
KJV usage: disgrace, dishounour, lightly esteem, fade (away, - ing), fall (down, -ling, off), do foolishly, come to nought, X surely, make vile, wither.
Pronounce: naw-bale'
Origin: a primitive root
, and they shall be afraid
chagar (Hebrew #2296)
to gird on (as a belt, armor, etc.)
KJV usage: be able to put on, be afraid, appointed, gird, restrain, X on every side.
Pronounce: khaw-gar'
Origin: a primitive root
out of their closei places
micgereth (Hebrew #4526)
something enclosing, i.e. a margin (of a region, of a panel); concretely, a stronghold
KJV usage: border, close place, hole.
Pronounce: mis-gheh'-reth
Origin: from 5462
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Cross References

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J. N. Darby Translation

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Strangers have faded away, And they come trembling forth from their closee placesf.

JND Translation Notes

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Or "fortified."
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Or "tremble in their strong castles."