the Week of Proper 20 / Ordinary 25
Old Testament Hebrew Lexical Dictionary Hebrew Lexicon
Strong's #2787 - חָרַר
1) to burn, be hot, be scorched, be charred
1a1) to be hot, be scorched
1a2) to burn, be burned
1b1) to be scorched, be burned
1b2) to burn
1b3) to be dry, be angry
1c) (Pilpel) to cause to burn
1181) rh (ההר HhR) AC: Burn CO: ? AB: ?: The pictograph h is a picture of a wall representing the outside. The r is a picture of a man. Combined these mean "outside man". A man outside in the desert sun becomes pale and hot.
Nm) rha (אההר AHhR) - I. After:A time to come beyond another event. [Hebrew and Aramaic] II. Other:A time, person or thing that follows after. KJV (878): after, follow, afterward, behind, other, another, next, following - Strongs: H310 (אַחַר), H311 (אַחַר), H312 (אַחֵר)
Nf4) tirha (אההרית AHhRYT) - End: The latter time as coming after everything else. [Hebrew and Aramaic] KJV (62): end, latter, last, posterity, reward, hindermost - Strongs: H319 (אַחֲרִית), H320 (אַחֲרִי)
- A2199 Brh (Waste, Sword)
- A2200 Crh (Tremble)
- A2201 Drh (Tremble)
- A2204 Krh (Roast, Grill)
- A2205 Lrh (Nettle)
- A2232 Rhu (Burn, Hemorrhoids)
Jeff Benner, Ancient Hebrew Research Center Used by permission of the author.
Qal Perfect 3 feminine singular חָ֫רָה Job 30:30, וְחָ֫רָה consecutive Ezekiel 24:11, חָ֫רוּ Isaiah 24:6; —
1 be hot, scorched, Jerusalem, under figure of caldron Ezekiel 24:11.
2 burn = be burned, figurative of men, in ׳י s judgement, Isaiah 24:6.
3 burn, of bones of sick men in fever מִנִּיחֹֿרֶב׳ח Job 30:30.
Niph`al Perfect נָחַר Jeremiah 6:29, נָחָ֑ר Ezekiel 15:4, נִחַר Psalm 69:4; 3 plural נִחָ֑רוּ Psalm 102:4 (Kö i. 368); Imperfect וַיֵּחָ֑ר Ezekiel 15:5 יֵחָ֑רוּ Ezekiel 24:10 (strike out Co B and others)
1 be scorched, of bellows מַמֻּחַ in fierce fire Jeremiah 6:29 ** from √ נחר snort, puff, according to Mich Ew Gf Gie and others, — Du; (figurative); scorched, charred, of the vine (as fuel) Ezekiel 15:4,5 middle part charred, the ends devoured (אכל) by fire (simile of inhabitants of Jerusalem); bones (simile id.) Ezekiel 24:10 (see above).
2 burn, of bones in fever Psalm 102:4 (כְּמוֺקֵד, compare
Qal Job 30:30); be parched, of throat גרוני׳נח Job 69:4. — Isaiah 41:11; Isaiah 45:24; Song of Solomon 1:6 see חרה.
Pilpel Infinitive לְחַרְחַררִֿיב Proverbs 26:21 to kindle strife.
חָרַר (1) to burn. (Arab. حَرَّ to be warm, to glow; Eth. ሐረረ፡ to be hot. The signification of burning is found in the stock חר, comp. חָרָה, חָרַךְ, חָרַל, حرق, Lat. areo, uro, and Germ. har, hhr, fire; Heerd, harften, to roast. The primary idea is that of the shrivelled roughness of things that are dried or scorched; compare חָרַס, חָרַב). Used of hot metal, Ezekiel 24:11 of bones which have been dried up with heat, Job 30:30 of men destroyed by heat, Isaiah 24:6.
(2) i.q. Arab. حَرَّ for حَرِرَ born of a noble race, to be free, to be freeborn, whence حُرُّ, Heb. חֹר, חוֹר noble, freeborn, Syr. ܚܰܪܶܪ to set at liberty, ܚܺܙܪܐܳ free, freeborn. The primary idea appears to be that of the brightness and purity of a man obscured by no stain.
Niphal נָחַר, and נִחַר (Psalms 69:4, 102:4, of the form נִחַל from חָלַל and נִחַת from חָתַת) fut. יֵחַר (Ezekiel 15:5), to be burned up, Jeremiah 6:29; Ezekiel 15:5, 24:10 to be dried, Psalms 69:4. [Also trop. to burn with anger, Song of Solomon 1:6, נִחֲרוּ בִי. See Thes. In Man. from חָרָה.]
Pilpel inf. חַרְחַר to kindle (contention), Proverbs 26:21.
Derived nouns [חֹר], חַרְחֻר, חָרָן and
Old Testament Hebrew Lexical Dictionary developed by Jeff Garrison for StudyLight.org.
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