the Fourth Week of Lent
Old Testament Hebrew Lexical Dictionary Hebrew Lexicon
Strong's #6775 - צָמַד
1) to bind, join, fasten
1a) (Niphal) to join, join or attach oneself to
1b) (Pual) to be fastened, be bound
1c) (Hiphil) to combine, fit together, hitch up
2665) dmy (תסמד TsMD) AC: Join CO: Yoke AB: ?: The joining of two animals together for plowing a field. [from: um]
V) dmy (תסמד TsMD) - Join: To be joined to another as in a yoke. KJV (5): (vf: Niphal, Hiphil, Pual) join, fasten, frame - Strongs: H6775 (צָמַד)
Nm) dmy (תסמד TsMD) - I. Yoke:A pair of animals in a yoke or two of something as yoked together. II. Tsemed:A standard of measure. The amount land that can be plowed in one day by a yoke of oxen. KJV (15): yoke, couple, two, together, acre - Strongs: H6776 (צֶמֶד)
bm) dimy (תסמיד TsMYD) - Bracelet: As joined together. KJV (7): bracelet, covering - Strongs: H6781 (צְמִד)
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Niph`al Imperfect 3 masculine singular וַיִּצָּ֫מֶד Numbers 25:3; 3 masculine plural וַיִּצָּֽדְֶוּ Psalm 106:28; Participle plural נִעצמָדִים Numbers 25:5; join, attach, oneself to (ל) Baal Peor, i.e. adopt his worship Numbers 25:3,5 (JE), whence Psalm 106:28.
Pu`al Participle feminine צְצֻמֶּ֫דֶת 2 Samuel 20:8 a sword bound upon (עַל) his loins.
Hiph`il Imperfect 3 feminine singular תַּצְמִיד מִרְמָה Psalm 50:19 thy tongue combineth (fitteth together, frameth) deceit (> denominative from צֶמֶד Gerber170).
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צָמַד not used in Kal, Arab. ضمد Syr. ܨܡܕ to bind, to fasten, kindred to the root צָמַם (compare עִמָּד and עָמַם).
Niphal, to be fastened, i.e. to adhere; in this phrase, נִצְמַד לְבָעַל־פְּעֹד “he adhered to Baal-Peor,” devoted himself to his worship, Numbers 25:3, Numbers 25:5; Psalms 106:28.
Pual, to be fastened, 2 Samuel 20:8.
Hiphil, with the addition of מִרְמָה to frame deceit, Psalms 50:19.
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Old Testament Hebrew Lexical Dictionary developed by Jeff Garrison for StudyLight.org.
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