Le'thech (לֶתֶך, le'thek, Septuag. νέβελ ), a Hebrew word which occurs in the margin of Ho 3:2; it signifies a measure for grain, so called from emptying or pourinq out. It is e rendered "a half homer" in the A.V. (after the Vulg.), which is probably correct. SEE HOMER.

Definition of let

See also the International Standard Bible Encyclopedia.

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