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Old Testament Hebrew Lexical Dictionary

Strong's #4131 - מוֹט

Transliteration
môṭ
Phonetics
mote'
Origin
a primitive root
Parts of Speech
Verb
TWOT
1158
Definition
Brown-Driver-Briggs'

1) to totter, shake, slip

1a) (Qal) to totter, shake, slip

1b) (Niphal) to be shaken, be moved, be overthrown

1c) (Hiphil) to dislodge, let fall, drop

1d) (Hithpael) to be greatly shaken

Frequency Lists  
  1. Book
  2. Word
KJV (38)
Leviticus
1
Deuteronomy
1
1 Chronicles
1
Job
1
Psalms
24
Proverbs
4
Isaiah
6
NAS (41)
Leviticus
1
Deuteronomy
1
1 Chronicles
1
Psalms
27
Proverbs
5
Isaiah
6
HCS (40)
Leviticus
1
Deuteronomy
1
1 Chronicles
1
Job
1
Psalms
26
Proverbs
4
Isaiah
6
BSB (38)
Leviticus
1
Deuteronomy
1
1 Chronicles
1
Job
1
Psalms
24
Proverbs
4
Isaiah
6
ESV (34)
Leviticus
1
1 Chronicles
1
Psalms
23
Proverbs
3
Isaiah
6
WEB (38)
Leviticus
1
Deuteronomy
1
1 Chronicles
1
Job
1
Psalms
24
Proverbs
4
Isaiah
6
Verse Results
Ancient Hebrew Lexicon Definitions

1285) um (מתה MTh) AC: Shake CO: Branch AB: ?: The pictograph m is a picture of water, the u is a picture of a basket which contains objects. Combined these mean "liquid contained". A green branch still contains water allowing the branch to be flexible. A green branch can then be bent to the desired shape and left to dry.

H) eum (מתהה MThH) AC: ? CO: Branch AB: ?

Nm ) eum (מתהה MThH) - I. Staff:A branch used as a staff. II. Tribe:A branch of the family. KJV (251): tribe, rod, staff, stave - Strongs: H4294 (מַטָּה)

J) ufm (מותה MWTh) AC: Shake CO: Branch AB: ?: The yoke is a branch or pole cut green then shaped to the desired shape and left to dry.

V) ufm (מותה MWTh) - Shake: To shake or waver as a green branch. KJV (39): (vf: Paal, Niphal, Hiphil, Hitpael) move, remove, slip, carry, cast, course, decay, fall, shake, slide - Strongs: H4131 (מוֹט)

Nm) ufm (מותה MWTh) - I. Branch:The bent bar of the yoke that goes around the neck, also a branch that is used as pole. II. Wavering:A slipping or wavering of the foot. KJV (6): bar, moved, staff, yoke - Strongs: H4132 (מוֹט)

Nf1) eufm (מותהה MWThH) - Yoke: The bent bar of the yoke that goes around the neck, also a branch that is used as pole. KJV (12): bar, moved, staff, yoke - Strongs: H4133 (מוֹטָה)

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Jeff Brenner, Ancient Hebrew Research Center Used by permission of the author.
Gesenius' Hebrew and Chaldee Definition

מוֹט fut. יָמוּט to totter, to shake (kindred to נוּט and נוּד [“ماط Med. Ye, to turn aside from right, Eth. መደጠ፡ to incline, comp. Syr. ܡܰܛ to waver,” see Thes.]), e.g. used of the mountains, Psalms 46:3; Isaiah 54:10 of a land or kingdom, Psalms 46:7, 60:4 of individual persons, Proverbs 10:30, 12:3 25:26 Psalms 10:6 [most of these are Niph.], in which sense there is often said מָטָה רֶגֶל פּ׳ any one’s foot totters; Deuteronomy 32:35; Psalms 38:17.- Leviticus 25:35, “if thy brother be poor, וּמָטָה יָדוֹ עִמָּךְ and his hand totter with thee,” i.e. if ruin, as it were, threaten him.

Niphal נָמוֹט, fut. יִמּוֹט i.q. Kal, to totter, to shake, e.g. used of the foundations of the earth, Psalms 82:5 almost always with a negative particle, as בַּל אֶמּוֹט I do not totter, I shall not totter; used of an intrepid unwavering person, Psalms 10:6, 16:8 30:7 בַּל יִמּוֹט he does not totter, he is firm, intrepid, Psalms 21:8, 46:6 112:6.

Hiphil, to cause to totter, or come down, to cause to fall upon, Psalms 55:4, 140:11 כתיב.

Hithpoel i.q. Kal and Niphal, Isaiah 24:19 hence the two following words.

מוֹט m.

(1)  a tottering, Psalms 66:9, 121:3.

(2) a bar for carrying any thing on, so called from being shaken, Numbers 13:23 also a frame for bearing, Numbers 4:10, 12.

(3) a yoke, Nahum 1:12, see מוֹטָה No. 3.

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List of Word Forms
אֶמּ֑וֹט אֶמּ֥וֹט אֶמּֽוֹט׃ אמוט אמוט׃ בְּמ֥וֹט במוט הִֽתְמוֹטְטָ֖ה התמוטטה וּבְמ֥וֹט וּמָ֥טָה וּמָטִ֥ים ובמוט ומטה ומטים יִ֝מּ֗וֹט יִ֝מּ֗וֹטוּ יִמּ֑וֹט יִמּ֣וֹט יִמֹּ֥וטוּ יִמּֽוֹט׃ יָמִ֥יטוּ ימוט ימוט׃ ימוטו ימיטו מ֗וֹט מ֥וֹט מָ֣ט מָ֣טָה מָ֣טוּ מָֽטָה׃ מוט מט מטה מטה׃ מטו נָמ֥וֹטּוּ נמוטו תְּמוּטֶ֑נָה תִּ֝מּ֗וֹט תִּמּ֑וֹט תִּמּֽוֹט׃ תָּמ֣וּט תָמ֔וּט תמוט תמוט׃ תמוטנה ’em·mō·wṭ ’emmōwṭ bə·mō·wṭ beMot bəmōwṭ emMot hiṯ·mō·wṭ·ṭāh hitmotTah hiṯmōwṭṭāh mā·ṭāh mā·ṭū mat māṭ Matah māṭāh Matu māṭū mō·wṭ Mot mōwṭ nā·mō·wṭ·ṭū naMottu nāmōwṭṭū tā·mūṭ ṯā·mūṭ taMut tāmūṭ ṯāmūṭ tə·mū·ṭe·nāh temuTenah təmūṭenāh tim·mō·wṭ timMot timmōwṭ ū·ḇə·mō·wṭ ū·mā·ṭāh ū·mā·ṭîm ūḇəmōwṭ uMatah ūmāṭāh umaTim ūmāṭîm uveMot yā·mî·ṭū yaMitu yāmîṭū yim·mō·w·ṭū yim·mō·wṭ yimMot yimMotu yimmōwṭ yimmōwṭū
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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