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Old Testament Hebrew Lexical Dictionary
Strong's #06529 - פְּרִי
1a) fruit, produce (of the ground)
1b) fruit, offspring, children, progeny (of the womb)
1c) fruit (of actions) (figuratively)
1388) rp (פר PR) AC: Tread CO: Bull AB: Fruitful: The pictograph p is a picture of an open mouth, the r is a picture of a head. Combined these mean "open the head". The heads of grains are scattered on the threshing floor, a smooth, hard and level surface. An ox is lead around the floor crushing the heads, opening them to reveal the seed inside. Also the fruit of trees that harvested. (eng: bull - with the exchange of the b and p and the l and r; fruit, also other fruits with a "pr" such as pear and apricot)
V) rrp (פרר PRR) - Break: To throw something on the ground and break it by trampling. KJV (50): (vf: Paal, Hiphil, Hophal, Pilpel) break, void, defeat, disannul, disappoint, frustrate, nought, cease, clean, dissolved, divide - Strongs: H6565 (פָּרַר)
Jeff Brenner, Ancient Hebrew Research Center Used by permission of the author.
פְּרִי , in pause פֶּ֑רִי, with suff. פִּרְיִי, פִּרְיוֹ; but פֶּרְיְךָ, פֶּרְיְכֶם Hosea 14:9; Ezekiel 36:8 and פְּרִיהֶם, פְּרִיהֶן Amos 9:11; Jeremiah 29:28, m. (from the root פָּרָה).
(1) fruit, whether of the earth and field (corn), Genesis 4:3; Isaiah 4:2; Psalms 72:16, 107:34, or of a tree, Genesis 1:12, 29 whence עֵץ פְּרִי fruit-bearing tree, Genesis 1:11. Metaph. used of the result of labour or endeavour, the image often being preserved. Isaiah 3:10, “ye shall eat the fruit of your hands;” ye shall experience the results; Proverbs 1:31; Jeremiah 6:19, 17:10 Psalms 104:13, “the earth is satisfied with the fruit of thy works;” i.e. it is watered with rain, which is the fruit of the sky and clouds. Proverbs 31:16, פְּרִי כַפַּיִם “the fruit of hands;” i.e. gain. Isaiah 10:12, פְּרִי־גֹדֶל לֵבָב “the fruit of pride;” used of boasting.
(2) offspring, Lamentations 2:20 with the addition of בֶּטֶן Genesis 30:2; Deuteronomy 7:13, 28:4.
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