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Strong's #5381 - נָשַׂג
1) to reach, overtake, take hold upon
1a1) to overtake
1a2) to reach, attain to, cause to reach
1a3) to be able to secure, reach, have enough
2410) cxn (נסג NSG) AC: Move CO: ? AB: ?: [from: cx- through the idea of departing]
V) cxn (נסג NSG) - I. Move: II. Reach:In the sense of moving. [df: gVn] KJV (59): (vf: Paal, Hiphil, Hophal) remove, depart, take, turn, overtake, hold, get, attain, obtain, reach, able, bring, lay, put, remove, rich, take - Strongs: H5253 (נָסַג), H5381 (נָשַׂג)
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Hiph`il reach, overtake (Ecclus Sirach 14:13 והשיגת ידך, Sirach 35:10 ובהשגת יד (compare Schechter on 14:13), compare
3 below; ישיג מענה 32:14 shall obtain an answer; —
Hiph`il Perfect 3 masculine singular וְהִשִּׂיג consecutive Leviticus 25:6, suffix וְהִשִּׂיגוֺ consecutive Deuteronomy 19:6; 2 masculine singular suffix וְהִשַּׂגְתָּם consecutive Genesis 44:4, etc.; Imperfect יַשִּׂיג Leviticus 26:5, וַיַּשֵּׂג Genesis 31:25, suffix וַיַּשִּׂגֵם Genesis 44:26, etc.; Infinitive absolute הַשֵּׂג 1 Samuel 30:8; Participle מַשִּׂיג 1 Samuel 14:26, suffix מַשִּׂיגֵ֫הוּ Job 41:18; feminine מַשֶּׂגֶת Leviticus 14:21; 1 Chronicles 21:12 (but read וְאִם הֱיוֺת as "" 2 Samuel 24:13 We Sm Kit); —
1 overtake, with accusative, often after רָדַף:
a. literal Genesis 31:25 (E), Genesis 44:4,6 (J), Exodus 14:9 (P), Exodus 15:9 (song), Deuteronomy 19:6; Joshua 2:5 (JE), 1 Samuel 30:8 (3t. in verse); 2 Samuel 15:14; 2 Kings 25:5 = Jeremiah 39:5 = Jeremiah 52:8, Hosea 2:9, compare Psalm 7:6; Psalm 18:38 (וָאַשְׁמִידֵם in "" 2 Samuel 22:38), Lamentations 1:3 (metaphor).
b. figurative of battle Hosea 10:9, sword Jeremiah 42:16; on 1 Chronicles 21:12 see above; of blessings Deuteronomy 28:2, curses Deuteronomy 28:15; Deuteronomy 28:45, predictions Zechariah 1:6, justice Isaiah 59:9, wrath of ׳י Psalm 69:25, iniquities Psalm 40:13, calamities Job 27:20.
2. a. reach, attain to, Job 41:18 (if one) reach it (crocodile) with the sword (2accusative); figurative paths of life Proverbs 2:19, joy, etc., Isaiah 35:10; also Isaiah 51:11 (Che Hpt יַשִּׂיגוּם, for ᵑ0יַשִּׂיגוּן; Perles Analekten 64 יִשְׂגּוּן, from שׂגה); of time Genesis 47:9 my days have not reached the days ... of my fathers, compare Leviticus 26:5 (twice in verse).
b. cause to reach, bring, put, מַשִּׂיג יָדוֺ אֶלמִּֿיו 1 Samuel 14:26 no one put his hand to his mouth, but read מֵשִׁיבᵐ5 ᵑ7 Klo Dr Bu Kit HPS Löhr.
3 figurative הִשִּׁיגָה יָדוֺ one's hand has reached, i.e. one is able, or has enough, Leviticus 5:11 (with לְ), Leviticus 14:21; Leviticus 25:26,49; with accusative = able to secure, get Leviticus 14:22,30,31,32; Leviticus 27:8; Numbers 6:21 (all P), Ezekiel 46:7; absolute = gain (riches) Leviticus 25:47 (H). — Job 24:2 see סוּג.
נשׂק see שׂלק.
נשׂר (√ of following; Late Hebrew נָסַר saw (Qal, Pi`el); Aramaic נְסַר, saw; compare Ethiopic id.; Arabic noun a saw).
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נָשַׂג not used in Kal, prob. i.q. נָסַג, סוּג, שׂוּג to recede. Hence
(1) prop. to cause to recede from a place; hence to remove landmarks (i.q. הִסִּיג), Job 24:2.
(2) to move to, as the hand to the mouth, 1 Samuel 14:26 a sword, Job 41:18. Hence
(3) to move oneself to, i.e. to reach, to attain unto, to overtake any one, Genesis 31:25; 2 Samuel 15:14 as to time, Genesis 47:9. “My hand has attained to something,” often i.q. I have acquired, I possess something (compare מָצָא No. 1), Leviticus 14:31, seq.; 25:26 Ezekiel 46:7 followed by לְ Leviticus 5:11 without an acc. absol. to acquire riches, to grow rich, Leviticus 25:47. In some passages to reach some one is spoken of joy, Isaiah 35:10, 51:11 a blessing, Deuteronomy 28:2 or, on the contrary, terrors, Job 27:20 guilt, Psalms 40:13 the wrath of God, Psalms 69:25.
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