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Making me study are ye :)

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Nabal "The root meaning of the name Nabal is wilt,[16] and came to mean failure,[17] and so gained the figurative meaning of being shamelessly improprietous;[18] in the Nabal narrative, he is described as living up to his name,[19] in addition to being surly and mean.[1] Traditionally Nabal is euphemistically translated as fool, for which a Hebrew synonym is kesil (literally meaning fool); scholars regard it as possible that some features of the Nabal narrative derive from primitive mythology,[20] and it is notable that kesil particularly referred to the constellation of Orion,[21] and was translated as Orion by the Septuagint.[22]"

http://www.biblestudytools.com/lexicons/hebrew/kjv/nabal.html

I don't know the Hebrew language, so I have to depend on sources. Thank you for making me dig. I never considered various meanings.

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