Old Testament Hebrew Lexical Dictionary
Strong's #4775 - מָרַד
1) to rebel, revolt, be rebellious
1a) (Qal) to rebel, revolt
1a1) against human king
1a2) against God
1a3) against light (poetic)
Jeff Brenner, Ancient Hebrew Research Center Used by permission of the author.
מָרַד fut. יִמְרֹר to be contumacious, rebellious, to move sedition, Genesis 14:4 followed by בְּ 2 Kings 18:7, 20 2 Kings 18:20, 24:1, 20 2 Kings 24:20 and עַל of the person rebelled against, Nehemiah 2:19; 2 Chronicles 13:6 more rarely with an acc. (comp. מָרָה), Joshua 22:16; Job 24:13 (see below). מָרַד בַּיהוָֹה to rebel against Jehovah (by worshipping idols), Joshua 22:16, sqq.; Ezekiel 2:3; Daniel 9:9. Poet. מֹרְדֵי־אוֹר those who oppose the light, the enemies of light, Job 24:13. (Syriac ܡܪܕ id. Arabic to be obstinate, contumacious. Kindred is מָרָה.)
The derivatives immediately follow, except the pr.n. נִמְרֹד.
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