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Old Testament Hebrew Lexical Dictionary Hebrew Lexicon
Strong's #3576 - כָּזַב
1) to lie, tell a lie, be a liar, be found a liar, be in vain, fail
1a) (Qal) liar (participle)
1b) (Niphal) to be proven to be lying
1c1) to lie, tell a lie, tell a lie with, deceive
1c2) to disappoint, fail
1d) (Hiphil) to make a liar, prove to be a liar
2253) bzk (כזב KZB) AC: Lie CO: Lie AB: ?: Vain words spoken to deceive, cause failure or disappoint. What does not function in the capacity that it was meant to.
V) bzk (כזב KZB) - Lie: KJV (16): (vf: Paal, Niphal, Hiphil, Piel, Participle) lie, liar, vain, fail - Strongs: H3576 (כָּזַב)
Nm) bzk (כזב KZB) - Lie: KJV (31): lie, liar, leasing, deceitful, false - Strongs: H3577 (כָּזָב)
ef1) ebzik (כיזבה KYZBH) - Lying: [Aramaic only] [df: hbdk] KJV (1): lying - Strongs: H3538 (כְּדַב)
nm ) bzka (אכזב AKZB) - Lie: KJV (2): lie, liar - Strongs: H391 (אַכְזָב)
Jeff Brenner, Ancient Hebrew Research Center Used by permission of the author.
Qal Participle כָּלהָֿאָדָם כֹּזֵב Psalm 116:11 (compare כָּזָּב Psalm 62:10).
Niph`al Perfect 3 feminine singular תֹּחַלְתּוֺ נִכְזָ֑בָה Job 41:1 his hope has been made deceptive, i.e. been shewn to be so; 2 masculine singular consecutive וְנִכְזָ֑בְתָּ Proverbs 30:6 lest he convict thee and thou be proven a liar.
Pi`el Perfect 3 masculine singular כִּזֵּב Micah 2:11; Imperfect 3 masculine singular יְכַזֵּב Habakkuk 2:3; Proverbs 14:5; וִיכַזֵּב Numbers 23:19, etc.; Infinitive construct suffix כַזֶּבְכֶם (בְּ) Ezekiel 13:19; —
1 lie, tell a lie, absolute, Numbers 23:19 (JE), Micah 2:11; Job 6:28; Job 34:6; Proverbs 14:5; Isaiah 57:11; followed by לְ person lie to Ezekiel 13:9; Psalm 78:36; Psalm 89:36; followed by בְּ person tell a lie with, i.e. in intercourse, conversation with 2 Kings 4:16.
2 disappoint, fail, of a divine revelation Habakkuk 2:3; waters of a spring Isaiah 58:11.
Hiph`il Imperfect 3 masculine singular suffix יַכְזִיבֵנִי Job 24:25 who will make me a liar? i.e. prove me to be so (compare Niph`al)
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כָּזַב in Kal part. כֹּזֵב Psalms 116:11 of more frequent occurrence in
Piel כִּזֵּב to lie, Job 6:28, 34:6 Proverbs 14:5. (Arab. كذب.) Followed by לְ to lie to any one, to deceive him. Psalms 78:36, 89:36, “shall I lie unto David?” i.e. break my fidelity (comp. Numbers 23:19). Ezekiel 13:19, followed by בְּ id. 2 Kings 4:16. Metaph. applied to water quickly drying up and disappointing the traveller, comp. אַכְזָב.
Hiphil, to reprove of lying, to convict of falsehood, Job 24:25.
Niphal, pass. of Hiphil, to be proved false, or deceitful, Job 41:1.
The derivatives follow, except אַכְזָב, אַכְזִיב.
Old Testament Hebrew Lexical Dictionary developed by Jeff Garrison for StudyLight.org.
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