Old Testament Hebrew Lexical Dictionary
Strong's #04185 - מוּשׁ
1) to depart, remove
1a1) to depart
1a2) to remove
1a3) to be removed (of inanimate objects)
1b) (Hiphil) to remove, depart
Jeff Brenner, Ancient Hebrew Research Center Used by permission of the author.
(1) to yield, to give way, Numbers 14:44; Joshua 1:8; Isaiah 22:25, 54:10 59:21 Jeremiah 31:36.
(2) causat. to remove, to take away, Zechariah 3:9.
(1) to let remove, i.e. to let prey go, Nahum 3:1 to withdraw from any one, followed by מִן of persons. Micah 2:3, “from whom ye shall not remove your necks;” verse Micah 2:4.
(2) more frequently i.q. Kal to give way, Exodus 13:22, 33:11 Proverbs 17:13; Job 23:12; Psalms 55:12; Jeremiah 17:8, וְלֹא יָמִישׁ מֵעֲשׂוֹת פֶּרִי “and it shall not cease to bear fruit.”
מוּשׁ i.q. מָשַׁשׁ and יָמַשׁ to feel, to touch, Genesis 27:21.
Hiphil, id. Psalms 115:7, and Judges 16:26 קרי.
Derivative, pr.n. מוּשִׁי.
the Sixth Week after Easter