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Old Testament Hebrew Lexical Dictionary
Strong's #7392 - רָכַב
1) to mount and ride, ride
1a1) to mount, mount and sit or ride
1a2) to ride, be riding
1a3) rider (substantive)
1b1) to cause to ride, cause to (mount and) ride
1b2) to cause to draw (plough, etc)
1b3) to cause to ride upon (figuratively)
Nm) bkr (רכב RKB) - I. Chariot:For riding in. II. Charioteer:The driver of the chariot. III. Millstone:In the sense of the top stone riding on the lower one. KJV (123): ride, rider, horseback, put, set, carry - Strongs: H7393 (רֶכֶב), H7395 (רַכָּב)
Jeff Brenner, Ancient Hebrew Research Center Used by permission of the author.
רָכַב fut. יִרְכַּב (Arab. رِكَبَ, Syr. ܪܟܰܒ, & ܪܟܶܒ), to be carried, to ride
(1) on an animal, to ride, followed by עַל of the animal, Genesis 24:61; Numbers 22:30 followed by בְּ Nehemiah 2:12 followed by an acc. 2 Kings 9:18, 19 2 Kings 9:19. Part. רֹכֵב Exodus 15:1, and רֹכֵב הַסּוּס Amos 2:15, a horseman.
(2) in a chariot (compare Old Germ. riton, Engl. to ride, Dutch ryden, Swiss reiten, for to be carried in a chariot, whence reita (rheda, Cæs.), a chariot), Jeremiah 17:25, 22:4. Especially of Jehovah, who is carried upon the clouds (Isaiah 19:1); upon the wings of Cherubim (Psalm, 18:11 ); on the heavens, Deuteronomy 33:26; Psalms 68:34.
(1) to cause to ride on horseback, Esther 6:9; 1 Kings 1:33; Psalms 66:12.
(2) to cause to ride in a chariot, followed by an acc. of pers. Genesis 41:43; 2 Chronicles 35:24 metaph. to cause to ride upon the wings of wind, Job 30:22. Hither is the phrase to be referred, הִרְכִּיב עַל־בָּמוֹתֵי־אֶרֶץ, see בָּמָה No. 2. Used of inanimate things, to place on a chariot or vehicle, 2 Samuel 6:3; 2 Kings 23:30 and simply to place, e.g. the hand, 2 Kings 13:16.
(3) to fasten an animal to a vehicle, Hosea 10:11.
Derivatives, רֶכֶב-רִכְבָּה, רְכוּב, מֶרְכָּב, מֶרְכָּבָה.
the Week of Proper 24 / Ordinary 29