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Old Testament Hebrew Lexical Dictionary
Strong's #6584 - פָּשַׁט
1) to strip, invade, strip off, make a dash, raid, spread out
1a1) to strip off, put off
1a2) to put off (one’s shelter), make a dash
1b) (Piel) to strip
1c1) to strip of
1c2) to strip off
1c3) to flay
1d) (Hithpael) to strip oneself of
V) usp (פסהתה PShTh) - Spread: To spread apart. Also to Invade in the sense of spreading out for an attack. Also to strip of clothing in the sense of spreading the garment for removal. KJV (43): (vf: Paal, Hiphil, Hitpael, Piel) strip, put off, flay, invade, spoil, fall, spread - Strongs: H6584 (פָּשַׁט)
Jeff Benner, Ancient Hebrew Research Center Used by permission of the author.
פָּשַׁט fut. יִפְשֹׁט
(1) pr. to expand, to spread out, to extend (Syriac ܦܫܰܛ; Arabic بسط; cogn. to פָּטַשׁ No. 1, 2); always intrans., to spread oneself out; used of hostile troops, 1 Chronicles 14:9, 13 1 Chronicles 14:13 of a swarm of locusts, Nahum 3:16 followed by עַלּ of the land or people; to rush upon, to attack (in order to take booty), Job 1:17; Judges 9:33, 44 Judges 9:44 also followed by אֶל 1 Samuel 27:8 בְּ 2 Chronicles 25:13, 28:18 accus. 1 Samuel 30:14.
(2) to put off a garment (which is done with opening and unfolding it, as on the other hand a garment is bound together when put on; compare פַּטִּישׁ); followed by an acc., Leviticus 6:4, 16:23 Song of Solomon 5:3, etc. Absol. פְּשֹׁטָה strip off (garments)! Isaiah 32:11.
Piel, to cause to put off, i.e. to spoil the slain, 1 Samuel 31:8; 2 Samuel 23:10; 1 Chronicles 10:8.
Hiphil, to cause to put off one’s garments.
(a) followed by an acc. of pers., to strip any one (jem. außiehn, entkleiden), Hosea 2:3,.
(b) followed by an acc. of the garment, 1 Samuel 31:9; Job 22:6.
(c) with two acc., to strip any one of any thing, Genesis 37:23; Numbers 20:26, 28 Numbers 20:28 or an acc. of the thing, and מֵעַל of pers., Micah 3:3 (compare מִמּוּל Micah 2:8); Job 19:9.
(2) to flay victims, Levit. 1:6 2 Chronicles 29:34, 35:11 (compare Micah 3:3).
Hithpael, to strip oneself of clothing, 1 Samuel 18:4.
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