Old Testament Hebrew Lexical Dictionary
Strong's #6588 - פֶּשַׁע
1) transgression, rebellion
1a1) transgression (against individuals)
1a2) transgression (nation against nation)
1a3) transgression (against God)
1a3a) in general
1a3b) as recognised by sinner
1a3c) as God deals with it
1a3d) as God forgives
1a4) guilt of transgression
1a5) punishment for transgression
1a6) offering for transgression
Jeff Brenner, Ancient Hebrew Research Center Used by permission of the author.
פֶּשַׁע with suffix פִּשְׁעִי [plur. פְּשָׁעִים] m.
(1) defection, rebellion, Proverbs 28:2.
(2) a fault, a trespass, Genesis 31:36, 50:17 especially, sin, transgression against God, Job 33:9, 34:6, 37 Job 34:37; Psalms 32:1. It appears to be a stronger word than חַטָּאת Job 34:37. Plur., Proverbs 10:12; Amos 1:3,. Meton
(a) used of the penalty of transgression, Daniel 9:24 [?].
(b) used of a sacrifice for sin, Micah 6:7 [?].
the Sixth Week after Easter