Old Testament Hebrew Lexical Dictionary
Strong's #6049 - עָנַן
1) (Piel) to make appear, produce, bring (clouds)
2) (Poel) to practise soothsaying, conjure
2a) to observe times, practice soothsaying or spiritism or magic or augury or witchcraft
2b) soothsayer, enchanter, sorceress, diviner, fortuneteller, barbarian, Meonenim (participle)
1359) no (אהנ AhN) AC: Watch CO: Eye AB: Affliction: The pictograph o is a picture of the eye, the n is a picture of a seed representing continuance. Combined these mean "eye of continuance". The nomadic agriculturist carefully watches over his livestock and crops by keeping a close eye on them. It was common to construct a shelter consisting of a roof on four posts, as a shelter from the glare of the sun. (eng: eye - with the removal of the n)
A) no (אהנ AhN) AC: Watch CO: Furrow AB: Affliction: A watching over something of importance. The furrow formed between the eyes when intently looking or from depression. A cloud as a covering that provides shade.
V) eno (אהנה AhNH) - Afflict: To oppress another causing depression. [Hebrew and Aramaic] KJV (85): (vf: Paal, Niphal, Hiphil, Hitpael, Pual, Piel) afflict, humble, force, exercise, sing - Strongs: H6031 (עָנָה), H6033 (עֲנֵה)
am) nfom (מאהונ MAhWN) - Abode: The dwelling place of a god (temple) , man (home) or animal (den) . Also a retreat. [df: Nyem] KJV (19): habitation, dwelling, den, dwellingplace - Strongs: H4583 (מָעִין)
Nf ) noi (יאהנ YAhN) - I. Because:In the sense of paying attention. II. Yaeyn:An unknown bird. KJV (18): because, even seeing, forasmuch, that, whereas, why, ostrich - Strongs: H3282 (יַעַן), H3283 (יָעֵן)
Jeff Brenner, Ancient Hebrew Research Center Used by permission of the author.
עָנַן not used in Kal, prop. to cover, like the kindred verbs גָּנַן, כָּנַן; whence עָנָן a cloud.
Piel (denom. from עָנָן) to gather clouds, Genesis 9:14.
Poel עֹונֵן, fut. יְעֹונֵן (Leviticus 19:26), part. מְעֹונֵן, once f. עֹנְנָה (for מְעֹונְנָה, although also it may be Kal), to act covertly; hence to use hidden arts, i.e. magic, to practise sorcery (compare the roots לוּט, לָהַט, and Syr. ܐܪܐܙܝܢ mysteries; hence magical arts), Deuteronomy 18:10, 14 Deuteronomy 18:14; 2 Kings 21:6; Isaiah 2:6, 57:3 Micah 5:11. Many of the ancients understood by it a particular kind of divination. LXX. κληδονίζομαι. Vulg. observans somnia, elsewhere augurans, divinans. Syr. fascinating with the eyes (as if עֹונֵן were from עַיִן); but it seems rather to be a general name.
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