Old Testament Hebrew Lexical Dictionary
Strong's #6586 - פָּשַׁע
1) to rebel, transgress, revolt
1a1) to rebel, revolt
1a2) to transgress
1b) (Niphal) to be rebelled against
Jeff Brenner, Ancient Hebrew Research Center Used by permission of the author.
(1) to fall away, break away from any one, followed by בְּ 2 Kings 1:1, 3:5, 2 Kings 3:7 (properly to break a covenant entered into with him; just like the Germ. mit jem. brechen, to break with any one. Compare Arab. فسق to fail from; compare Aram. ܦܣܰܩ, פְּסַק to break); מִתַּחַת 2 Kings 8:20, 22 2 Kings 8:22. Specially to turn away from God. Followed by בַּיְהֹוָה Isaiah 1:2; Jeremiah 2:29, 3:13 Hosea 7:13. Hence
(2) to sin, to transgress, Proverbs 28:21 followed by עַל (against) Hosea 8:1. Part. פֹּשְׁעִים sinners (those who turn aside from God), Isaiah 1:28, 46:8 and frequently.
Niphal, recipr. of No. 1. Proverbs 18:19, אָח נִפְשָׁע “brethren discordant,” among themselves (die mit einander brechen). Hence
the Third Sunday after Easter