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Bible Lexicons

Old Testament Hebrew Lexical Dictionary

Strong's #2502 - חָלַץ

Transliteration
châlats
Phonetics
khaw-lats'
Origin
a primitive root
Parts of Speech
Verb
TWOT
667,668
Definition
Brown-Driver-Briggs'

1) to remove, draw out, draw off, take off, withdraw, equip (for war), arm for war, rescue, be rescued

1a) (Qal) equipped (participle)

1b) (Niphal)

1b1) to be equipped

1b2) to go equipped

1b3) to be armed

1c) (Hiphil)

1c1) to make strong, brace up

1c2) to invigorate

2) to draw off or out, withdraw

2a) (Qal)

2a1) to draw, draw off

2a2) to withdraw

2b) (Niphal)

2b1) to be delivered

2b2) to be saved

2c) (Piel)

2c1) to pull out, tear out

2c2) to rescue, deliver, set free

2c3) to take away, plunder

Greek Equivalent Words:
Strong #: 1411 ‑ δύναμις (doo'‑nam‑is);  1415 ‑ δυνατός (doo‑nat‑os');  1578 ‑ ἐκκλίνω (ek‑klee'‑no);  3751 ‑ ὀσφύς (os‑foos');  4125 ‑ πλευρά (plyoo‑rah');  4506 ‑ ῥύομαι (rhoo'‑om‑ahee);  1416 ‑ δύνω (doo'‑no, doo'‑mee);  634 ‑ ἀποπίπτω (ap‑op‑ip'‑to);  1807 ‑ ἐξαιρέω (ex‑ahee‑reh'‑o);  2346 ‑ θλίβω (thlee'‑bo);  1562 ‑ ἐκδύω (ek‑doo'‑o);  
Frequency Lists  
  1. Book
  2. Word
KJV (44)
Leviticus
2
Numbers
9
Deuteronomy
3
Joshua
4
2 Samuel
1
1 Chronicles
2
2 Chronicles
3
Job
1
Psalms
12
Proverbs
2
Isaiah
3
Lamentations
1
Hosea
1
HCS ( 0 )
HCS (43)
Leviticus
2
Numbers
8
Deuteronomy
3
Joshua
4
2 Samuel
1
1 Chronicles
2
2 Chronicles
3
Job
1
Psalms
12
Proverbs
2
Isaiah
3
Lamentations
1
Hosea
1
BSB (44)
Leviticus
2
Numbers
9
Deuteronomy
3
Joshua
4
2 Samuel
1
1 Chronicles
2
2 Chronicles
3
Job
1
Psalms
12
Proverbs
2
Isaiah
3
Lamentations
1
Hosea
1
ESV (44)
Leviticus
2
Numbers
9
Deuteronomy
3
Joshua
4
2 Samuel
1
1 Chronicles
2
2 Chronicles
3
Job
1
Psalms
12
Proverbs
2
Isaiah
3
Lamentations
1
Hosea
1
WEB (44)
Leviticus
2
Numbers
9
Deuteronomy
3
Joshua
4
2 Samuel
1
1 Chronicles
2
2 Chronicles
3
Job
1
Psalms
12
Proverbs
2
Isaiah
3
Lamentations
1
Hosea
1
Verse Results
Ancient Hebrew Lexicon Definitions

2166) ylh (ההלתס HhLTs) AC: Draw CO: Loins AB: ?: Drawn out of the loins is the next generation. [from: lh]

V) ylh (ההלתס HhLTs) - I. Draw:To draw something out or away. II. Arm:To draw weapons for battle. KJV (44): (vf: Paal, Niphal, Hiphil, Piel, Participle) deliver, arm, loose, prepare, take, army, fat, put, deliver, draw, withdraw - Strongs: H2502 (חָלַץ)

Nf) ylh (ההלתס HhLTs) - Loins: In the sense of the next generation being drawn out of the loins. [Hebrew and Aramaic] [df: Urx] KJV (11): loins, reins - Strongs: H2504 (חֲלָצַיִם), H2783 (חֲרַץ)

af1 ) eylhm (מההלתסה MHhLTsH) - Robe: As drawn off. KJV (2): apparel, raiment - Strongs: H4254 (מַחֲלָצוֹת)

bf1) eyilh (ההליתסה HhLYTsH) - Spoil: What is drawn out after a battle. KJV (2): spoil, armour - Strongs: H2488 (חֲלִיצָה)

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

חָלַץ fut. יַחֲלֹץ

(1)  to draw out, Lamentations 4:3 hence to draw off, or loose, or pull off (a shoe), Deuteronomy 25:10.

(2) to withdraw oneself, to depart, followed by מִן Hosea 5:6 compare Germ. abziehn for weggehn, to depart. (The former signification is found in Arabic, in the root خلع, ץ and ע being interchanged, to draw out, to draw off garments and shoes; the latter is found in خلص to go out from a place, to go away free; see examples in Schrœder, De Vestitu Mul. Heb. page 212.)

Piel

(1) to draw out, to take away, as stones from a wall, Leviticus 14:40, 43 Leviticus 14:43.

(2) to set free, to deliver, 2 Samuel 22:20; Psalms 6:5, 50:15 81:8.

(3) According to the Syriac usage in Pe. and Pa. to spoil, despoil. Psal. 7:5, “if I have despoiled my enemy.” Comp. חֲלִיצָה. [There does not appear to be any necessity for giving this word a Syriac meaning in this passage; it may be taken, “yea, I have set free him who was my enemy causelessly.”]

Niphal, to be set free, to be delivered, Proverbs 11:8; Psalms 60:7, 108:7.

Derivatives, חֲלִיצָה, מַחֲלָצוֹת.

[In Thesaur. חָלַץ is not divided into two articles, which appears to be a better arrangement.]

II. חָלַץ to be active, to be manful; perhaps a kindred root to חָרַץ. Part. pass. חָלוּץ active, ready prepared for battle (Syr. ܚܠܝܺܨܐܳ); fully, חֲלוּץ צָבָא ready prepared, equipped, or arrayed for war, Numbers 32:21, 27 Numbers 32:27, 29 Numbers 32:29, seq.; Deuteronomy 3:18; Joshua 6:7, seq.; Isaiah 15:4, חֲלֻצֵי־מוֹאָב “the equipped ones of Moab;” poetically used for the prose term גֻּבּוֹרֵי־מוֹאָב the mighty men or soldiers of Moab, which stands in the place when repeated out of Isaiah, Jeremiah 48:41. [Perhaps the one phrase is as little prosaic as the other.]

Niphal, to gird oneself, to be ready prepared for war, Numbers 31:3, 32:17.

Hiphil, to make active, or vigorous, Isaiah 58:11.

[Derivatives, the two following words.]

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List of Word Forms
אֲ֝חַלְּצֵ֗הוּ אֲ֝חַלֶּצְךָ֗ אחלצהו אחלצך הֵחָלְצ֧וּ הֶֽחָל֔וּץ הֶֽחָל֗וּץ הֶֽחָלוּץ֙ החלוץ החלצו וְהֶ֣חָל֔וּץ וְהֶחָל֣וּץ וְהֶחָלוּץ֙ וְחִלְּצוּ֙ וְחַלְּצֵ֑נִי וְחָלְצָ֤ה וַֽיְחַלְּצֵֽם׃ וָאֲחַ֫לְּצֶ֥ךָּ וָאֲחַלְּצָ֖ה ואחלצה ואחלצך והחלוץ וחלצה וחלצו וחלצני ויחלצם׃ חֲל֥וּץ חֲלֻצֵ֤י חֲלוּצִ֖ים חֲלוּצִ֛ים חֲלוּצִ֣ים חֲלוּצֵ֣י חֲלוּצֵ֥י חִלֵּ֣ץ חִלַּ֥צְתָּ חַלְּצֵ֣נִי חַלְּצָ֣ה חָ֣לְצוּ חָל֛וּץ חָל֤וּץ חָלַ֖ץ חלוץ חלוצי חלוצים חלץ חלצה חלצו חלצי חלצני חלצת יְ֝חַלְּצֵ֗נִי יְחַלְּצֵ֖נִי יְחַלֵּ֣ץ יֵחָלְצ֣וּן יֵחָלֵֽצוּ׃ יַחֲלִ֑יץ יחליץ יחלץ יחלצו׃ יחלצון יחלצני נֵחָלֵ֣ץ נֶחֱלָ֑ץ נחלץ תֵּחָ֥לְצ֛וּ תַחֲלֹ֖ץ תחלץ תחלצו ’ă·ḥal·lə·ṣê·hū ’ă·ḥal·leṣ·ḵā ’ăḥalləṣêhū ’ăḥalleṣḵā achalletzcha achalleTzehu chaLatz challeTzah challeTzeni Chaltzu chaLutz chaluTzei chaluTzim chilLatzta chilLetz ḥā·laṣ ḥā·lə·ṣū ḥă·lu·ṣê ḥă·lū·ṣê ḥă·lū·ṣîm ḥă·lūṣ ḥā·lūṣ ḥal·lə·ṣāh ḥal·lə·ṣê·nî ḥālaṣ ḥāləṣū ḥalləṣāh ḥalləṣênî ḥălūṣ ḥālūṣ ḥăluṣê ḥălūṣê ḥălūṣîm hê·ḥā·lə·ṣū he·ḥā·lūṣ hechalTzu hechaLutz hêḥāləṣū heḥālūṣ ḥil·laṣ·tā ḥil·lêṣ ḥillaṣtā ḥillêṣ nê·ḥā·lêṣ ne·ḥĕ·lāṣ nechaLetz necheLatz nêḥālêṣ neḥĕlāṣ ṯa·ḥă·lōṣ tachaLotz ṯaḥălōṣ tê·ḥā·lə·ṣū teChalTzu têḥāləṣū vaachalleTzah vaaChalleTzeka VaychalleTzem vechalleTzeni vechalTzah vechilleTzu veHechaLutz wā’ăḥalləṣāh wā’ăḥalləṣekā wā·’ă·ḥal·lə·ṣāh wā·’ă·ḥal·lə·ṣe·kā way·ḥal·lə·ṣêm wayḥalləṣêm wə·ḥā·lə·ṣāh wə·ḥal·lə·ṣê·nî wə·he·ḥā·lūṣ wə·ḥil·lə·ṣū wəḥāləṣāh wəḥalləṣênî wəheḥālūṣ wəḥilləṣū ya·ḥă·lîṣ yachaLitz yaḥălîṣ yê·ḥā·lê·ṣū yê·ḥā·lə·ṣūn yə·ḥal·lə·ṣê·nî yə·ḥal·lêṣ yechaLetzu yechalLetz yechalleTzeni yechalTzun yêḥālêṣū yêḥāləṣūn yəḥallêṣ yəḥalləṣênî
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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