Lv. 7:12 KJV (With Strong’s)

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If he offer
qarab (Hebrew #7126)
to approach (causatively, bring near) for whatever purpose
KJV usage: (cause to) approach, (cause to) bring (forth, near), (cause to) come (near, nigh), (cause to) draw near (nigh), go (near), be at hand, join, be near, offer, present, produce, make ready, stand, take.
Pronounce: kaw-rab'
Origin: a primitive root
it for a thanksgiving
towdah (Hebrew #8426)
properly, an extension of the hand, i.e. (by implication) avowal, or (usually) adoration; specifically, a choir of worshippers
KJV usage: confession, (sacrifice of) praise, thanks(-giving, offering).
Pronounce: to-daw'
Origin: from 3034
, then he shall offer
qarab (Hebrew #7126)
to approach (causatively, bring near) for whatever purpose
KJV usage: (cause to) approach, (cause to) bring (forth, near), (cause to) come (near, nigh), (cause to) draw near (nigh), go (near), be at hand, join, be near, offer, present, produce, make ready, stand, take.
Pronounce: kaw-rab'
Origin: a primitive root
with the sacrifice
zebach (Hebrew #2077)
properly, a slaughter, i.e. the flesh of an animal; by implication, a sacrifice (the victim or the act)
KJV usage: offer(- ing), sacrifice.
Pronounce: zeh'-bakh
Origin: from 2076
of thanksgiving
towdah (Hebrew #8426)
properly, an extension of the hand, i.e. (by implication) avowal, or (usually) adoration; specifically, a choir of worshippers
KJV usage: confession, (sacrifice of) praise, thanks(-giving, offering).
Pronounce: to-daw'
Origin: from 3034
unleavened
matstsah (Hebrew #4682)
properly, sweetness; concretely, sweet (i.e. not soured or bittered with yeast); specifically, an unfermented cake or loaf, or (elliptically) the festival of Passover (because no leaven was then used)
KJV usage: unleaved (bread, cake), without leaven.
Pronounce: mats-tsaw'
Origin: from 4711 in the sense of greedily devouring for sweetness
cakes
challah (Hebrew #2471)
a cake (as usually punctured)
KJV usage: cake.
Pronounce: khal-law'
Origin: from 2490
mingled
balal (Hebrew #1101)
to overflow (specifically with oil.); by implication, to mix; also (denominatively from 1098) to fodder
KJV usage: anoint, confound, X fade, mingle, mix (self), give provender, temper.
Pronounce: baw-lal'
Origin: a primitive root
with oil
shemen (Hebrew #8081)
grease, especially liquid (as from the olive, often perfumed); figuratively, richness
KJV usage: anointing, X fat (things), X fruitful, oil((-ed)), ointment, olive, + pine.
Pronounce: sheh'-men
Origin: from 8080
, and unleavened
matstsah (Hebrew #4682)
properly, sweetness; concretely, sweet (i.e. not soured or bittered with yeast); specifically, an unfermented cake or loaf, or (elliptically) the festival of Passover (because no leaven was then used)
KJV usage: unleaved (bread, cake), without leaven.
Pronounce: mats-tsaw'
Origin: from 4711 in the sense of greedily devouring for sweetness
wafers
raqiyq (Hebrew #7550)
from, 7556 in its original sense; a thin cake; -- cake, wafer.
Pronounce: raw-keek'
g anointed
mashach (Hebrew #4886)
to rub with oil, i.e. to anoint; by implication, to consecrate; also to paint
KJV usage: anoint, paint.
Pronounce: maw-shakh'
Origin: a primitive root
with oil
shemen (Hebrew #8081)
grease, especially liquid (as from the olive, often perfumed); figuratively, richness
KJV usage: anointing, X fat (things), X fruitful, oil((-ed)), ointment, olive, + pine.
Pronounce: sheh'-men
Origin: from 8080
, and cakes
challah (Hebrew #2471)
a cake (as usually punctured)
KJV usage: cake.
Pronounce: khal-law'
Origin: from 2490
mingled
balal (Hebrew #1101)
to overflow (specifically with oil.); by implication, to mix; also (denominatively from 1098) to fodder
KJV usage: anoint, confound, X fade, mingle, mix (self), give provender, temper.
Pronounce: baw-lal'
Origin: a primitive root
with oil
shemen (Hebrew #8081)
grease, especially liquid (as from the olive, often perfumed); figuratively, richness
KJV usage: anointing, X fat (things), X fruitful, oil((-ed)), ointment, olive, + pine.
Pronounce: sheh'-men
Origin: from 8080
, of fine flour
coleth (Hebrew #5560)
flour (as chipped off)
KJV usage: (fine) flour, meal.
Pronounce: so'-leth
Origin: from an unused root meaning to strip
, fried
rabak (Hebrew #7246)
to soak (bread in oil)
KJV usage: baken, (that which is) fried.
Pronounce: raw-bak'
Origin: a primitive root
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Cross References

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a thanksgiving.
Lv. 22:29• 29And when ye sacrifice a sacrifice of thanksgiving to Jehovah, ye shall sacrifice it for your acceptance. (Lv. 22:29)
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2 Chron. 29:31• 31And Hezekiah answered and said, Now ye have consecrated yourselves to Jehovah, come near and bring sacrifices and thank-offerings into the house of the Lord. And the congregation brought in sacrifices and thank-offerings; and as many as were of a willing heart, burnt-offerings. (2 Chron. 29:31)
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2 Chron. 33:16• 16And he reinstated the altar of Jehovah, and sacrificed on it peace-offerings and thank-offerings, and commanded Judah to serve Jehovah the God of Israel. (2 Chron. 33:16)
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Neh. 12:43• 43And that day they offered great sacrifices, and rejoiced: for God had made them rejoice with great joy; and also the women and the children rejoiced. And the joy of Jerusalem was heard even afar off. (Neh. 12:43)
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Psa. 50:13‑14,23• 13Should I eat the flesh of bulls, and drink the blood of goats?
14Offer unto God thanksgiving, and perform thy vows unto the Most High;
23Whoso offereth praise glorifieth me; and to him that ordereth his way will I shew the salvation of God.
(Psa. 50:13‑14,23)
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Psa. 103:1‑2• 1A Psalm of David. Bless Jehovah, O my soul; and all that is within me, bless his holy name!
2Bless Jehovah, O my soul, and forget not all his benefits:
(Psa. 103:1‑2)
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Psa. 107:8,21‑22• 8Let them give thanks unto Jehovah for his loving-kindness, and for his wondrous works to the children of men;
21Let them give thanks unto Jehovah for his loving-kindness, and for his wondrous works to the children of men,
22And let them offer the sacrifices of thanksgiving, and declare his works in joyful song.
(Psa. 107:8,21‑22)
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Psa. 116:17• 17I will offer to thee the sacrifice of thanksgiving, and will call upon the name of Jehovah. (Psa. 116:17)
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Jer. 33:11• 11there shall again be heard the voice of mirth and the voice of joy, the voice of the bridegroom and the voice of the bride, the voice of them that say, Give ye thanks unto Jehovah of hosts; for Jehovah is good, for his loving-kindness endureth for ever,--of them that bring thanksgiving unto the house of Jehovah. For I will turn the captivity of the land as in the beginning, saith Jehovah. (Jer. 33:11)
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Hos. 14:2• 2Take with you words, and turn to Jehovah; say unto him, Forgive all iniquity, and receive us graciously; so will we render the calves of our lips. (Hos. 14:2)
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Luke 17:16,18• 16and fell on his face at his feet giving him thanks: and *he* was a Samaritan.
18There have not been found to return and give glory to God save this stranger.
(Luke 17:16,18)
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Rom. 1:21• 21Because, knowing God, they glorified him not as God, neither were thankful; but fell into folly in their thoughts, and their heart without understanding was darkened: (Rom. 1:21)
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2 Cor. 9:11‑15• 11enriched in every way unto all free-hearted liberality, which works through us thanksgiving to God.
12Because the ministration of this service is not only filling up the measure of what is lacking to the saints, but also abounding by many thanksgivings to God;
13they glorifying God through the proof of this ministration, by reason of your subjection, by profession, to the glad tidings of the Christ, and your free-hearted liberality in communicating towards them and towards all;
14and in their supplication for you, full of ardent desire for you, on account of the exceeding grace of God which is upon you.
15Thanks be to God for his unspeakable free gift.
(2 Cor. 9:11‑15)
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Eph. 5:20• 20giving thanks at all times for all things to him who is God and the Father in the name of our Lord Jesus Christ, (Eph. 5:20)
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Heb. 13:15• 15By him therefore let us offer the sacrifice of praise continually to God, that is, the fruit of the lips confessing his name. (Heb. 13:15)
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1 Peter 2:5• 5yourselves also, as living stones, are being built up a spiritual house, a holy priesthood, to offer spiritual sacrifices acceptable to God by Jesus Christ. (1 Peter 2:5)
unleavened wafers.

J. N. Darby Translation

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If he present it for a thanksgiving, then he shall present withc the sacrifice of thanksgiving unleavened cakesd mingled with oil, and unleavened wafers anointed with oil, and fine flour saturated with oil, cakesd mingled with oil.

JND Translation Notes

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c
Lit "on."
d
See Notes i and k, ch. 2.4.