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Old Testament Hebrew Lexical Dictionary
Strong's #7094 - קָצַב
1) (Qal) to cut off, shear
Jeff Brenner, Ancient Hebrew Research Center Used by permission of the author.
קָצַב fut. יִקְצֹב
(1) to cut down, e.g. a tree, 2 Kings 6:6.
(2) to shear sheep, Song of Solomon 4:2. (Kindred roots are חָצַב, חָטַב. But all roots beginning with the letters קצ have the notion of cutting, cutting off, cutting down, as properly belonging to this stock, see קָצָה, קָצַר, קָצַץ, קָצַע, which are easily transferred to the notions of scraping (see קצע) and judging, deciding, see קָצִין. The same power belongs to the syllables חץ, גז, קט, גד, see גָּדַד, גָּזַז, חָצַץ, קָטַב.) Hence
the Week of Proper 25 / Ordinary 30