Old Testament Hebrew Lexical Dictionary
Strong's #6014 - עָמַר
1) to bind sheaves
1a) (Piel) to gather
2) to manipulate, deal tyrannically with
2a) (Hithpael) to treat as a slave
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עָמַר not used in Kal.
(1) prop. to bind closely together (see Piel, עֹמֶר No. 1, and עָמִיר ). Arabic غمر to press, to squeeze, to bind together closely (Castell.) [This meaning is expressly rejected in Thes. as not really belonging to the Arabic verb: to heap up is given as the primary sense of the Hebrew word]; whence غَمُورُ bundles.-From the idea of binding arises
(2) that of to subdue (as in Samaritan), to make a servant, see Hithpael, and
(3) to serve, colere (Arab. عمر coluit, Med. Damma cultus fuit).
Piel, to bind sheaves together, Psalms 129:7 see Kal No. 1.
Hithpael, pr. to act as master; followed by בְּ to treat any one as a servant, or slave, Deuteronomy 21:14, 24:7.
Derived nouns, עֹמֶר, עֲמֹרָה, עָמְרִי, עָמִיר and
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