Old Testament Hebrew Lexical Dictionary
Strong's #5061 - נֶגַע
V) ocn (נגאה NGAh) - Touch: To touch or strike. Also to bring a plague as a touch from God. KJV (150): (vf: Paal, Niphal, Hiphil, Pual, Piel, Participle) touch, came, reach, bring, near, smite, nigh, plague, happen, strike, beat, cast, reach, join, lay - Strongs: H5060 (נָגַע)
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נֶגַע m. with suff נִגְעוּ pl. נְגָעִים, נִגְעֵי.
(1) stroke, blow, Deuteronomy 17:8, 21:5 in sing. coll. Proverbs 6:33. Specially of strokes or calamities which God inflicts upon men, Genesis 12:17; Exodus 11:1; Psalms 38:12, 39:11 91:10.
(2) a mark, or spot in the skin, whether a scab, or eruption, or leprosy, Leviticus 13:3 (compare verse Leviticus 13:2), Leviticus 13:5, Leviticus 13:6, 29 Leviticus 13:29, 30 Leviticus 13:30, 42 Leviticus 13:42 whence נֶגַע הַנֶּתֶק a spot of scab, verse 31 Leviticus 13:31נֶגַע הַצַּרַעַת a spot of leprosy, verses Leviticus 13:3, Leviticus 13:9, 20 Leviticus 13:20, 25 Leviticus 13:25, and without צָרַעַת verse 22 Leviticus 13:22, id.; also used of leprosy of garments, Leviticus 13:47 and of works, Leviticus 14:34, seq. Meton. used of a man affected with spots, verses Leviticus 14:4, 12 Leviticus 14:12, 13 Leviticus 14:13, 17 Leviticus 14:17, 31 Leviticus 14:31 and even of leprosy in a garment, verse 50 Leviticus 14:50.
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