Old Testament Hebrew Lexical Dictionary
Strong's #07390 - רַךְ
1) tender, soft, delicate, weak
1a) tender, delicate (of flesh)
1b) weak of heart, timid
1c) soft (of words)
1c1) gentle words (substantive)
1448) kr (רכ RK) AC: ? CO: Loins AB: ?: The pictograph r is a picture of the head of a man, the k is a picture of the palm representing a covering. Combined these mean "man covered". The reproductive organs of the male including the lower abdomen which are always covered.
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רַךְ f. רַכַּה adj. (from the root רָכַךְ)
(1) tender, spoken of little children, Genesis 33:13 of cattle, young and tender of flesh, Genesis 18:7.
(2) infirm, 2 Samuel 3:39. עֵינַיִם רַכּוֹת weak, dull eyes [ Genesis 29:17 ], (which was considered a defect, compare 1 Samuel 16:12). Vulg. lippi, Genesis 29:17. LXX. ἀσθενεῖς. Hence
(3) delicate, Deuteronomy 28:54, 56 Deuteronomy 28:56.
(4) soft, Proverbs 15:1. רַכּוֹת soft words, Job 40:27.
(5) רַךְ לֵבָב fearful, Deuteronomy 20:8; 2 Chronicles 13:7.
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