Old Testament Hebrew Lexical Dictionary
Strong's #06817 - צָעַק
1) to cry, cry out, call, cry for help
1a1) to cry, cry out (for help)
1a2) to cry, cry out (in distress or need)
1a3) to make outcry, clamour
1b) (Niphal) to be summoned
1c) (Piel) to cry aloud (in grief)
1d) (Hiphil) to call together
Jeff Brenner, Ancient Hebrew Research Center Used by permission of the author.
צָעַק i.q. זָעַק (which see; compare צָחַק and שָׂחַק ) to cry out, especially for aid, Deuteron. 22:24, 27 Deuteronomy 22:27 followed by אֶל of pers. Genesis 41:55; Judges 4:3 followed by לְ 2 Chronicles 13:14 also an acc. of the thing, Job 19:7, אֶצְעַק חָמָס “I cry out of wrong,” sc. as done to me.
Piel, to cry out, 2 Kings 2:12.
Hiphil, to call together, like הִזְעִיק 1 Samuel 10:17.
Niphal, pass. of Hiph. to be called together, to run together, Judges 7:23, 24 Judges 7:24, 10:17. Hence
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