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Bible Lexicons

Old Testament Hebrew Lexical Dictionary

Strong's #04743 - מָקַק

Transliteration
mâqaq
Phonetics
maw-kak'
Origin
a primitive root
Parts of Speech
Verb
TWOT
1237
Definition
Brown-Driver-Briggs'

1) to decay, pine away, rot, fester

1a) (Niphal)

1a1) to fester (of wounds)

1a2) to rot, rot away

1a3) to moulder away

1a4) to pine away

1b) (Hiphil) to cause to rot

Greek Equivalent Words:
Strong #: 2704 ‑ καταφθείρω (kat‑af‑thi'‑ro);  4482 ‑ ῥέω (hreh'‑o);  4595 ‑ σήπω (say'‑po);  5080 ‑ τήκομαι (tay'‑ko);  
Frequency Lists  
  1. Book
  2. Word
KJV (10)
Leviticus
2
Psalms
1
Isaiah
1
Ezekiel
3
Zechariah
3
NAS (16)
Leviticus
4
Psalms
1
Isaiah
2
Ezekiel
6
Zechariah
3
HCS (10)
Leviticus
2
Psalms
1
Isaiah
1
Ezekiel
3
Zechariah
3
BSB (10)
Leviticus
2
Psalms
1
Isaiah
1
Ezekiel
3
Zechariah
3
ESV (10)
Leviticus
2
Psalms
1
Isaiah
1
Ezekiel
3
Zechariah
3
WEB (10)
Leviticus
2
Psalms
1
Isaiah
1
Ezekiel
3
Zechariah
3
Verse Results
Ancient Hebrew Lexicon Definitions

1295) qm (מק MQ) AC: Rot CO: Stink AB: ?: The pictograph m is a picture of water, the q is a picture of the sun at the horizon representing the gathering or condensing of light. Combined these mean "water condensed". During the summer months water holes begin to dry out and the organic matter that remains begins to rot and stink.

A) qm (מק MQ) AC: ? CO: Stink AB: ?: The stinking smell of rotting vegetation.

Nm) qm (מק MQ) - Stink: KJV (2): stink, rottenness - Strongs: H4716 (מַק)

B) qqm (מקק MQQ) AC: Rot CO: ? AB: ?: The rotting vegetation of a dried up pond.

V) qqm (מקק MQQ) - Rot: KJV (10): (vf: Niphal, Hiphil) pine, consume, corrupt, dissolve - Strongs: H4743 (מָקַק)

J) qfm (מוק MWQ) AC: Rot CO: ? AB: ?

V) qfm (מוק MWQ) - Rotten: KJV (1): (vf: Hiphil) corrupt - Strongs: H4167 (מוּק)

Adopted Roots:

AHL Definitions Copyright: ©1999-2021
Jeff Brenner, Ancient Hebrew Research Center Used by permission of the author.
Gesenius' Hebrew and Chaldee Definition

מָקַק not used in Kal, to melt, to pine away, like the cogn. מָכַךְ, מוּךְ, מוּג, which see. In western stocks to this there appear to answer maceo, macer.

Niphal נָמַק.

(1) to melt, Isaiah 34:4, הַשָּׁמַיִם נָמַקּוּ כָּל צְבָא־ “all the stars of heaven shall melt,” i.e. shall fall melted, here compared by the poet to wax candles, as this image is well explained by Vitringa. [Most will regard this explanation as very strange.] Hence to flow, to run, Psalms 38:6, נָמַקּוּ חֲבוּרֹתָי “my turnours run with corrupt matter.”

(2) to pine, to pine away, of the eyes and tongue, Zechariah 14:12 of persons, Leviticus 26:39; Ezekiel 24:23, 33:10.

Hiphil חֵמֵק causat. to cause to pine away, Zechariah 14:12.

Derivative, מַק.

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List of Word Forms
הָמֵ֣ק ׀ המק וְנָמַ֖קּוּ וְנָמַ֙קּוּ֙ וּנְמַקֹּתֶם֙ ונמקו ונמקתם יִמַּ֙קּוּ֙ יִמָּֽקּוּ׃ ימקו ימקו׃ נְמַקִּ֖ים נָ֭מַקּוּ נמקו נמקים תִּמַּ֣קְנָה תִּמַּ֥ק תמק תמקנה hā·mêq haMek hāmêq nā·maq·qū Namakku nāmaqqū nə·maq·qîm nemakKim nəmaqqîm tim·maq tim·maq·nāh timMak timMaknah timmaq timmaqnāh ū·nə·maq·qō·ṯem unemakkoTem ūnəmaqqōṯem venaMakku wə·nā·maq·qū wənāmaqqū yim·maq·qū yim·māq·qū yimMakku yimmaqqū yimmāqqū
Old Testament Hebrew Lexical Dictionary developed by Jeff Garrison for StudyLight.org. Copyright 1999-2021. All Rights Reserved, Jeff Garrison, Gdansk, Poland.
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