Old Testament Hebrew Lexical Dictionary
Strong's #5046 - נָגַד
1) to be conspicuous, tell, make known
1a) (Hiphil) to tell, declare
1a1) to tell, announce, report
1a2) to declare, make known, expound
1a3) to inform of
1a4) to publish, declare, proclaim
1a5) to avow, acknowledge, confess
1a5a) messenger (participle)
1b) (Hophal) to be told, be announced, be reported
V) dcn (נגד NGD) - Tell: To give an account to another. [Hebrew and Aramaic] KJV (371): (vf: Hiphil, Hophal, Participle) tell, declare, show, utter, expound, messenger, report, issue - Strongs: H5046 (נָגַד), H5047 (נְגַד)
Jeff Brenner, Ancient Hebrew Research Center Used by permission of the author.
נָגַד unused in Kal, pr. apparently to be in front (see נָגִיד ), to be in sight, hence to be manifest, Arab. نَبَهَ to be clear and manifest. Compare מָגַד.
(1) pr. to bring to the light, hence to shew, to tell, followed by dat. of pers. Genesis 3:11, 9:22 29:12 37:5 more rarely followed by an acc. Ezekiel 43:10; Job 26:4 absol. 2 Samuel 15:31, וְדָוִד הִגִּיד לֵאמֹר “and one shewed David, saying.” Job 42:3. The accusative of the pronoun it is frequently omitted, just as it is after other verbs of saying (see אָמַר Genesis 4:8); as הַגִּיּדוּ לִי “tell (it) to me,” Genesis 24:49, 9:22 2 Kings 7:11.-Specially
(a) to betray, Job 17:5, לְחֵלֶק יַגִּיד רֵעִים “(who) betrays his friends to plunder.”
(b) to declare, i.e. to solve, to explain an enigma, Judges 14:19 a dream, Genesis 41:24.
(c) to declare, to confess, Psalms 38:19; Isaiah 48:5 to profess openly, Isaiah 3:9.
(2) emphat. to proclaim, to celebrate with praise, with an acc. Psalms 9:12, 71:17 92:3 absol. 75:10.- 2 Kings 9:15, כתיִב לַגִּיד for לְהַגִּיד.
Hophal הֻגַּד, fut. יֻגַּד, inf. pleon. הֻגֵּד Joshua 9:24; Ruth 2:11, to be shewn, told.
Derivatives, נָגִיד, נֶגֶד.
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