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Old Testament Hebrew Lexical Dictionary
Strong's #3950 - לָקַט
1) to pick up, gather, glean, gather up
1a1) to pick up, gather
1a2) to glean
1b1) to gather, gather up
1b2) to collect (money)
1b3) to glean
1c) (Pual) to be picked up
1d) (Hithpael) to collect oneself
Jeff Benner, Ancient Hebrew Research Center Used by permission of the author.
לָקַט Kal and Piel to gather, to collect, prop. things lying on the ground, e.g. cars of corn, Ruth 2:3,, 15 stones, Genesis 31:46 flowers, Song of Solomon 6:2 manna, Exodus 16:14, seq. Once used of collecting money, Genesis 47:14. [“Arab. لقط to collect any thing lying on the ground; Syr. ܠܩܰܛ Peal and Pael, used of collecting wood; Sam., but Nasor. ܠܓܛ to collect.” Thes.]
Pual, Isaiah 27:12, and
Hithpael, Judges 11:3, to be gathered, assembled (of persons), Arab. and Aram. id.
Hence יַלְקוּט and
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