chel@ka' <02489>

hklx chel@ka' or Klx chel@kah

Pronunciation:khay-lek-aw' khay-lek-aw'
Origin:apparently from an unused root probably meaning to be dark or (fig.) unhappy
Reference:TWOT - 659a
PrtSpch:adjective
In Hebrew:hklxl 1, Myak *lyx {Myaklx} 1, hklx 1
In NET:unfortunate victim 2, victims 1
In AV:poor 2, variant 2
Count:4
Definition:1) hapless, poor, unfortunate person
or chelkah {khay-lek-aw'}; apparently from an unused root
probably meaning to be dark or (figuratively) unhappy; a
wretch, i.e. unfortunate:-poor.

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