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Bible Lexicons

Old Testament Hebrew Lexical Dictionary

Strong's #6329 - פּוּק

Transliteration
pûq
Phonetics
pook
Origin
a primitive root [identical with (H6328) through the idea of dropping out
Parts of Speech
Verb
TWOT
1748
Definition
Brown-Driver-Briggs'

1) to bring out, furnish, promote, go out, issue

1a) (Hiphil)

1a1) to produce, furnish

1a2) to bring out, elicit, obtain, cause to come out from

1a3) to promote

1a4) to cause to go out to

Greek Equivalent Words:
Strong #: 1325 ‑ δίδωμι (did'‑o‑mee);  2090 ‑ ἑτοιμάζω (het‑oy‑mad'‑zo);  2147 ‑ εὑρίσκω (hyoo‑ris'‑ko);  2795 ‑ κινέω (kin‑eh'‑o);  2983 ‑ λαμβάνω (lam‑ban'‑o);  
Frequency Lists  
  1. Book
  2. Word
KJV (7)
Psalms
2
Proverbs
4
Isaiah
1
NAS (7)
Psalms
2
Proverbs
4
Isaiah
1
HCS (7)
Psalms
2
Proverbs
4
Isaiah
1
BSB (7)
Psalms
2
Proverbs
4
Isaiah
1
ESV (7)
Psalms
2
Proverbs
4
Isaiah
1
WEB (6)
Psalms
1
Proverbs
4
Isaiah
1
Verse Results
Ancient Hebrew Lexicon Definitions

1387) qp (פק PQ) AC: Crumble CO: Riverbank AB: ?: The riverbank restrains the river but the force of the river also eats away at the bank causing it to erode and collapse. (eng: peek -see adopted roots)

C) qpa (אפק APQ) AC: ? CO: Riverbank AB: ?

V) qpa (אפק APQ) - Restrain: KJV (7): (vf: Hitpael) refrain, force, restrain - Strongs: H662 (אָפַק)

bm) qipa (אפיק APYQ) - Riverbank: KJV (19): river, channel, stream, brook, mighty, scales, strong - Strongs: H650 (אָפִיק)

J) qfp (פוק PWQ) AC: Crumble CO: ? AB: ?: The crumbling of the riverbank by the force of the river.

V) qfp (פוק PWQ) - I. Crumble: II. Advance:The advancing water from the crumbling riverbank causing it to become wider. KJV (9): (vf: Paal, Hiphil) stumble, move - Strongs: H6328 (פּוּק), H6329 (פּוּק)

M) qip (פיק PYQ) AC: Crumble CO: ? AB: ?

Nm ) qip (פיק PYQ) - Crumble: KJV (1): smite - Strongs: H6375 (פִּק)

Adopted Roots:

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Jeff Brenner, Ancient Hebrew Research Center Used by permission of the author.
Gesenius' Hebrew and Chaldee Definition

פּוּק to move to and fro, Isaiah 28:7. Not found in the cognate languages, but it is of the same stock as wanken, with a sibilant prefixed fchwanken (ant. wagen); with a diminut. vacillo, wackeln. Comp. פּוּךְ.

Hiphil, id., Jeremiah 10:4, וְלֹא יָפִיק “and it moveth not.” So it is commonly taken. But perhaps it ought rather to be taken causatively, “he causes it not to move.”

Derivatives פּוּקָה, פִּיק.

II.

פּוּק to go out, i.q. Chald. נְפַק.

Hiphil

(1) to give out to furnish, Psalms 144:13; Isaiah 58:10.

(2) to cause to come forth from any one, i.e. to get or obtain from him, Proverbs 3:13, 12:2 8:35 18:22. LXX. λαμβάνω.

(3) to bring to an end, to let succeed, Psalms 140:9.

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List of Word Forms
וְתָפֵ֤ק וַיָּ֥פֶק ויפק ותפק יָפִ֣יק יָפִ֥יק יפיק מְפִיקִ֥ים מפיקים תָּ֝פֵ֗ק תפק mə·p̄î·qîm mefiKim məp̄îqîm tā·p̄êq taFek tāp̄êq vaiYafek vetaFek way·yā·p̄eq wayyāp̄eq wə·ṯā·p̄êq wəṯāp̄êq yā·p̄îq yaFik yāp̄îq
Old Testament Hebrew Lexical Dictionary developed by Jeff Garrison for StudyLight.org. Copyright 1999-2021. All Rights Reserved, Jeff Garrison, Gdansk, Poland.
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