- hang used 19 times.
- hanged used 30 times.
- hangeth used twice.
- hanging used 18 times.
- hangings used 18 times.
- Included in Eastons: Yes
- Included in Hitchcocks: No
- Included in Naves: Yes
- Included in Smiths: No
- Included in Websters: Yes
- Included in Strongs: Yes
- Included in Thayers: No
- Included in BDB: Yes
(as a punishment), a mark of infamy inflicted on the dead bodies of criminals (Deuteronomy 21:23) rather than our modern mode of punishment. Criminals were first strangled and then hanged (Nu. 25:4; Deuteronomy 21:22). (See 2 Samuel 21:6 for the practice of the Gibeonites.)
Hanging (as a curtain).
1. Heb. masak, (a) before the entrance to the court of the tabernacle (Exodus 35:17); (b) before the door of the tabernacle (26:36, 37); (c) before the entrance to the most holy place, called "the veil of the covering" (35:12; 39:34), as the word properly means.
2. Heb. kelaim, tapestry covering the walls of the tabernacle (Exodus 27:9; 35:17; Numbers 3:26) to the half of the height of the wall (Exodus 27:18; comp. 26:16). These hangings were fastened to pillars.
3. Heb. bottim (2 Kings 23:7), "hangings for the grove" (R.V., "for the Asherah"); marg., instead of "hangings," has "tents" or "houses." Such curtained structures for idolatrous worship are also alluded to in Ezekiel 16:16.
HANG'ING, participle present tense Suspending to something above.
1. Being suspended; dangling; swinging.
2. Foreboding death by the halter.
What a hanging face!
3. Requiring punishment by the halter; as a hanging matter.
HANG'ING, noun Any kind of drapery hung or fastened to the walls or a room, by way of ornament.
No purple hangings clothe the palace walls.
1. Death by the halter; as hard words or hanging
2. Display; exhibition.
- The "hanging" was a curtain or 'covering' to close an entrance; one was placed before the door of the tabernacle. Exodus 26:36,37; 39:38
- The "hangings"; were used for covering, the walls of the court of the tabernacles just as tapestry is used in modern times. (Exodus 27:9; 35:17; 38:9; Numbers 3:26; 4:26)
HANG'ING-SIDE, noun In mining, the overhanging side of an inclined or hading vein.
HANG'ING-SLEEVES, noun Strips of the same stuff with the gown, hanging down the back from the shoulders.