the Week of Proper 19 / Ordinary 24
Old Testament Hebrew Lexical Dictionary Hebrew Lexicon
Strong's #7543 - רָקַח
1) to mix, compound
1a1) to mix, compound
1a2) compounder, mixer, perfumer (participle) (substantive)
1b) (Pual) mixed (participle)
1c) (Hiphil) to mix
Jeff Benner, Ancient Hebrew Research Center Used by permission of the author.
Qal Imperfect 3 masculine singular יִרְקַח Exodus 30:33; Participle רֹקֵחַ Exodus 30:25; Exodus 30:35, ׳רוֺ Exodus 37:29; Ecclesiastes 10:1; plural construct רֹקְחֵי 1 Chronicles 9:39; — mix, compound, Exodus 30:33 (P; כָּמֹהוּ, i.e. anything like the holy oil); participle as substantive הַמִּרְקַחַת רֹקְחֵי 1 Chronicles 9:30 compounders of the ointment; as a professional name, mixer, perfumer, Exodus 30:25,35; Exodus 37:29; Ecclesiastes 10:1.
Pu`al Participle masculine plural מְרֻקָּחִים 2 Chronicles 16:14 mixed as ointment.
Hiph`il Infinitive absolute הַרְקַחהַמֶּרְקָחָה Ezekiel 24:10 ("" הָתֵם), as Imperative, spice the spicing (?), i.e. spice (the meat) well, but very dubious, Krae proposes חָרֵק הַמָּרָק empty out the broth.
רָקַח to spice, to season oil for making ointments, Exodus 30:33. The primary idea appears to be in making the spices small, which are mixed with the oil, comp. under רָקַק, and אַבְקַת רֹכֵל Song of Solomon 3:6. Part. רֹקֵחַ an ointment maker, 30:35 Ecclesiastes 10:1.
Pual, pass., 2 Chronicles 16:14.
Hiphil, to season (flesh), Ezekiel 24:10.
Derivatives, רֶקַח-רִקֻּחִים, מֶרְקָח, מֶרְקָחָה, מִרְקַחַת.
Old Testament Hebrew Lexical Dictionary developed by Jeff Garrison for StudyLight.org.
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