Old Testament Hebrew Lexical Dictionary
Strong's #07110 - קֶצֶף
1) wrath, anger
1a) of God
1b) of man
2) splinter, twig, broken twig
2a) meaning dubious
V) pyq (קתספ QTsP) - Snap: To snap and splinter a piece of wood. Also to lash out in anger as a splintering. [Hebrew and Aramaic] KJV (35): (vf: Paal, Hiphil, Hitpael) wrath, displease, angry, fret, furious - Strongs: H7107 (קָצַף), H7108 (קְצַף)
Nm) pyq (קתספ QTsP) - Splinter: The flying splinters from a piece of snapped piece of wood. Also wrath as flying splinters. [Hebrew and Aramaic] KJV (30): wrath, indignation, sore, foam - Strongs: H7109 (קְצַף), H7110 (קֶצֶף)
Jeff Brenner, Ancient Hebrew Research Center Used by permission of the author.
קֶצֶף m. with suff. קִצְפִּי.
(1) twigs, splinters, so called from being broken off (see the root No. 1), Hosea 10:7. LXX. φρύγανον.
(2) anger, Ecclesiastes 5:16 especially the anger of Jehovah, from the root No. 2, Joshua 9:20, 22:20 Isaiah 34:2, 54:8 60:10 Zechariah 1:2; 2 Chronicles 19:10 altercation, strife, Esther 1:18.
[“קְצַף Ch. anger, Ezra 7:23.”]