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Strong's #6631 - צֶאֱצָאִים

from (H3318)
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1) offspring, produce, issue

1a) offspring (of men)

1b) produce (of earth)

1c) descendants (metaphorical)

Greek Equivalent Words:
Strong #: 1549 ‑ ἔκγονος (ek'‑gon‑on);  5043 ‑ τέκνον (tek'‑non);  
Frequency Lists
Verse Results
KJV (11)
Job 4
Isaiah 7
NAS (11)
Job 4
Isaiah 7
HCS (11)
Job 4
Isaiah 7
BSB (11)
Job 4
Isaiah 7
ESV (8)
Job 3
Isaiah 5
WEB (11)
Job 4
Isaiah 7
Ancient Hebrew Lexicon Definitions

1392) ay (תסא TsA) AC: Issue CO: Excrement AB: ?: The y is a picture of a man laying down or squatting. To issue out of something. This parent root is related to iy.

A) ay (תסא TsA) AC: ? CO: Excrement AB: ?: In the sense of issuing out of a man.

Nf1) ay (תסא TsA) - Excrement: KJV (2): come - Strongs: H6627 (צֵאָה)

lm) ayay (תסאתסא TsATsA) - Offspring: What issues out of a generation. KJV (11): offspring, come - Strongs: H6631 (צֶאֱצָאִים)

J) afy (תסוא TsWA) AC: ? CO: Excrement AB: ?

Nm ) afy (תסוא TsWA) - Filthy: Something soiled with excrement. KJV (2): filthy - Strongs: H6674 (צֹא)

Nf1) eafy (תסואה TsWAH) - Excrement: KJV (5): dung, filthiness, filth - Strongs: H6675 (צֹאָה)

L) ayi (יתסא YTsA) AC: Issue CO: Excrement AB: ?: An issuing out of one place to another.

V) ayi (יתסא YTsA) - Go out: To go, come or issue out. [Hebrew and Aramaic; A generic verb with a wide application meaning to go or come out] KJV (1070): (vf: Paal, Hiphil, Hophal) out, forth, bring, come, proceed, go, depart, finished - Strongs: H3318 (יָצָא), H3319 (יְצָא)

am) ayfm (מותסא MWTsA) - Going-out: Something that is going, coming or issuing out such as a spring. KJV (27): out, go, spring, brought, east, bud, outgoing, proceed - Strongs: H4161 (מֹצָא)

af1) eayfm (מותסאה MWTsAH) - I. Origin:The history of where one is issued out from. II. Excrement:What comes out of man. KJV (2): draught, going - Strongs: H4163 (מוֹצָאָה)

bm) aiyi (יתסיא YTsYA) - Excrement: What comes out of man. KJV (1): come - Strongs: H3329 (יָצִיא)

if1 ) eayft (תותסאה TWTsAH) - Goings: KJV (23): going, outgoing, issue, border - Strongs: H8444 (תֹּצָאָה)

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Brown-Driver-Briggs Expanded Definition
 [צֶאֱצָא] noun masculine Job 27:14 only plural, issue, offspring, produce (Nö ZMG 1886,723 compares origin, root, stock) —

1 offspring of men, absolute הַצֶּאֱצָאִים וְהַצְּפִעוֺת Isaiah 22:24; elsewhere only Isa2,3 and Job: construct צֶאֱעָאֵי מֵעֶיךָ Isaiah 48:19 ("" זַרְעֲךָ); suffix צֶאֱצָאַי Job 31:8, צֶאֱצָאֶיךָ Job 5:25 ("" זַרְעֲךָ), Isaiah 44:3 ("" id.); צֶאֱצָאָיו Job 27:14 ("" בָּנָיו); צֶאֱצָאֵיהֶ ם Job 21:8 ("" זַרְעָם) Isaiah 61:9 ("" id.), Isaiah 65:23.

2 prpdice of earth, suffix תֵּבל וְכָלצֶֿאֱצָאֶ֑יהָ Isaiah 34:1; הָאָרֶץ וְצי Isaiah 42:5.

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Gesenius' Hebrew and Chaldee Definition

צֶאֱצָאִים m. plur. constr. צֶאֱצָאֵי Isaiah 48:19 with suff. צֶאֱצָאֵיהֶם Isaiah 61:9 (from the root יָצָא)

(1)  things which spring up, coming forth from the earth, Isaiah 42:5; Job 31:8.

(2) metaph. descendants, children, Isaiah 22:24, 61:9 65:23 Job 5:25, 21:8 27:14. Fully צֶאֱצָאֵי מֵעֶיךָ those that spring forth from thy bowels, Isaiah 48:19.

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List of Word Forms
הַצֶּֽאֱצָאִים֙ הצאצאים וְ֝צֶאֱצָאֵיהֶ֗ם וְ֝צֶאֱצָאֶ֗יךָ וְ֝צֶאֱצָאָ֗יו וְֽצֶאֱצָאַ֥י וְצֶאֱצָאֵ֥י וְצֶאֱצָאֵיהֶ֖ם וְצֶאֱצָאֶ֑יהָ וצאצאי וצאצאיה וצאצאיהם וצאצאיו וצאצאיך צֶאֱצָאֶֽיהָ׃ צֶאֱצָאֶֽיךָ׃ צאצאיה׃ צאצאיך׃ haṣ·ṣe·’ĕ·ṣā·’îm haṣṣe’ĕṣā’îm hatztzeetzaIm ṣe’ĕṣā’ehā ṣe’ĕṣā’eḵā ṣe·’ĕ·ṣā·’e·hā ṣe·’ĕ·ṣā·’e·ḵā tzeetzaEicha tzeetzaEiha vetzeetzaAi vetzeetzaAv vetzeetzaEi vetzeetzaEicha vetzeetzaEiha vetzeetzaeiHem wə·ṣe·’ĕ·ṣā·’āw wə·ṣe·’ĕ·ṣā·’ay wə·ṣe·’ĕ·ṣā·’ê wə·ṣe·’ĕ·ṣā·’e·hā wə·ṣe·’ĕ·ṣā·’ê·hem wə·ṣe·’ĕ·ṣā·’e·ḵā wəṣe’ĕṣā’āw wəṣe’ĕṣā’ay wəṣe’ĕṣā’ê wəṣe’ĕṣā’ehā wəṣe’ĕṣā’êhem wəṣe’ĕṣā’eḵā