Waterspout

WATERSPOUT (Heb. tsinnôr). Mentioned only in Ps.42.7 where ASV and NIV have “waterfall.” It means a large rush of water sent by God, perhaps great floods of rain.


WATERSPOUT (צִנּוֹר, H7562). The KJV rendering in Psalm 42:7 (ASV WATERFALLS; RSV CATARACTS).

International Standard Bible Encyclopedia (1915)

wo’-ter-spout:

(1) (tsinnor) (Ps 42:7), the American Standard Revised Version "waterfalls," the King James Version and the English Revised Version "waterspouts," the English Revised Version margin "cataracts."

(2) (tannin) (Ps 148:7), the American Standard Revised Version "sea-monsters," the King James Version and the English Revised Version "dragons," the English Revised Version margin, "sea-monsters" or "water-spouts."

"Praise Yahweh from the earth, Ye sea-monsters, and all deeps."

See Dragon; Sea-monster; WATERFALL.