Old Testament Hebrew Lexical Dictionary
Strong's #05193 - נָטַע
1) to plant, fasten, fix, establish
1a1) to plant
1a2) to plant, establish (figuratively)
1b1) to be planted
1b2) to be established (figuratively)
Jeff Brenner, Ancient Hebrew Research Center Used by permission of the author.
נָטַע fut. יִטַּע, inf. נְטוֹעַ and טַעַת [to set any thing upright, so that it is fixed in the ground; cognate roots are יָצַע, وضع to place, יָצַג Hiph. הִצִּיג id.; compare also נָצַב and יָצַב, and in the Indo-Germanic languages Sanscr. dhâ, Greek τίθημι. Thes.] to plant, prop. a tree, a garden, a vineyard, Genesis 2:8, 9:20 Leviticus 19:23; Numbers 24:6 followed by two acc. to set a garden with anything, Isaiah 5:2 also with acc. of the place filled with plants (bepflanzen), Ezekiel 36:36. Figuratively it is said, to plant a people, i.e. to assign them a settled residence (compare the Germ. ein Bolk verpflanzen, die Pflanzftadt). Amos 9:15; Jeremiah 24:6, “I will plant them, and will not pluck them up,” Jeremiah 32:41, 42:10 45:4 Psalms 44:3, 80:9 Exodus 15:17; 2 Samuel 7:10 compare the opp. נָתַשׁ, also מַטָּע and יָתֵד Ezra 9:8.
(2) to fix, to fasten in, as a nail, Ecclesiastes 12:11.
(3) to pitch a tent, Daniel 11:45 hence the tent of heaven, Isaiah 51:16 to set up an image, Deuteronomy 16:21.
Niphal, to be planted, metaph. Isaiah 40:24.
Hence מַטָּע and the two nouns which follow.
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