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Bible Lexicons

Old Testament Hebrew Lexical Dictionary

Strong's #05197 - נָטַף

Transliteration
nâṭaph
Phonetics
naw-taf'
Origin
a primitive root
Parts of Speech
Verb
TWOT
1355
Definition
Brown-Driver-Briggs'

1) to drop, drip, distil, prophesy, preach, discourse

1a) (Qal) to drop, drip

1b) (Hiphil)

1b1) to drip

1b2) to drop (prophecy)

Frequency Lists  
  1. Book
  2. Word
KJV (18)
Judges
2
Job
1
Psalms
1
Proverbs
1
Song of Solomon
3
Ezekiel
2
Joel
1
Amos
2
Micah
5
NAS (18)
Judges
2
Job
1
Psalms
1
Proverbs
1
Song of Solomon
3
Ezekiel
2
Joel
1
Amos
2
Micah
5
HCS (18)
Judges
2
Job
1
Psalms
1
Proverbs
1
Song of Solomon
3
Ezekiel
2
Joel
1
Amos
2
Micah
5
BSB (18)
Judges
2
Job
1
Psalms
1
Proverbs
1
Song of Solomon
3
Ezekiel
2
Joel
1
Amos
2
Micah
5
ESV (14)
Judges
2
Job
1
Proverbs
1
Ezekiel
2
Joel
1
Amos
2
Micah
5
WEB (18)
Judges
2
Job
1
Psalms
1
Proverbs
1
Song of Solomon
3
Ezekiel
2
Joel
1
Amos
2
Micah
5
Verse Results
Ancient Hebrew Lexicon Definitions

2399) pun (נתהפ NThP) AC: Drip CO: Drop AB: ?

V) pun (נתהפ NThP) - Drip: To drip a sweet smelling liquid as an incense. Also the dripping of sweet words from the mouth. KJV (18): (vf: Paal, Hiphil) drop, prophesy, prophet, down - Strongs: H5197 (נָטַף)

Nm) pun (נתהפ NThP) - Nataph: Drops of an unknown aromatic gum resin used in incense. KJV (2): stacte, drop - Strongs: H5198 (נָטָף)

bf1) epiun (נתהיפה NThYPH) - Pendent: An ornamental probably with a drop shaped gem. KJV (2): collar, chain - Strongs: H5188 (נְטִפָה)

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

נָטַף fut. יִטֹּף to drop, to fall in drops, (Aram. and Arab. id.; Eth. ነጠበ፡; to drop; ነጠፊ፡ itself is to trickle through, which takes place in dropping. The primary syllable טף is onomatopoetic, like the Germ. and English, by insertion of r, to drop, tropfen). Metaph. used of speech, Job 29:22, “my speech dropped on them,” was pleasant to them, like rain; commonly with an acc. of the thing, to let anything fall in drops (compare נָזַל No. 1, הָלַךְ No. 4). Joel 4:18, יִטְּפוּ הֶהָרִים עָסִיס “the mountains shall drop down new wine.” Song of Solomon 5:5, 13 Judges 5:4. Figuratively, Song of Solomon 4:11, נֹפֶת תִּטֹּפְנָה שִׂפְתוֹתַיִךְ “thy lips drop honey,” Proverbs 5:3. In like manner in Arabic the idea of irrigating is applied to flowing and pleasant discourse; see روى and other synonymous verbs.

Hiphil, to cause to drop down, to drop (act.); with acc., Amos 9:13 specially speech, whence, the acc. being omitted, to speak, to prophesy, Micah 2:6, 11 Micah 2:11; Ezekiel 21:2, Ezekiel 21:7; Amos 7:16 compare נָבַע, נָבָא.

Derivatives נְטִיפוֹת [and pr.n. טָפַת] and the two following.

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List of Word Forms
אַטִּ֣ף אטף וְהִטִּ֤יפוּ וְהַטֵּ֖ף והטיפו והטף יִטְּפ֧וּ יַטִּ֣פוּ יַטִּיפ֑וּן יטיפון יטפו מַטִּ֖יף מטיף נָ֥טְפוּ נָֽטְפוּ־ נָטְפוּ֮ נָטָ֑פוּ נֹטְפ֖וֹת נטפו נטפו־ נטפות תִּ֭טֹּפְנָה תִּטֹּ֥ף תִּטֹּ֥פְנָה תַּטִּ֖פוּ תַטִּ֖יף תטיף תטף תטפו תטפנה ’aṭ·ṭip̄ ’aṭṭip̄ atTif maṭ·ṭîp̄ matTif maṭṭîp̄ nā·ṭā·p̄ū nā·ṭə·p̄ū nā·ṭə·p̄ū- naTafu nāṭāp̄ū Natefu nāṭəp̄ū nāṭəp̄ū- nō·ṭə·p̄ō·wṯ noteFot nōṭəp̄ōwṯ taṭ·ṭi·p̄ū ṯaṭ·ṭîp̄ tatTif tatTifu ṯaṭṭîp̄ taṭṭip̄ū tiṭ·ṭō·p̄ə·nāh tiṭ·ṭōp̄ titTof Tittofenah tiṭṭōp̄ tiṭṭōp̄ənāh vehatTef vehitTifu wə·haṭ·ṭêp̄ wə·hiṭ·ṭî·p̄ū wəhaṭṭêp̄ wəhiṭṭîp̄ū yaṭ·ṭi·p̄ū yaṭ·ṭî·p̄ūn yatTifu yattiFun yaṭṭip̄ū yaṭṭîp̄ūn yiṭ·ṭə·p̄ū yitteFu yiṭṭəp̄ū
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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