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Old Testament Hebrew Lexical Dictionary

Entry for Strong's #6323 - פּוּן

Transliteration
pûn
Phonetics
poon  
Word Origin
a primitive root meaning to turn, i.e. be perplexed
Parts of Speech
Verb
TWOT
1744
Word Definition [ Brown-Drivers-Briggs | Strong ]
Brown-Driver-Briggs' Definition

1) (Qal) to be perplexed, be distracted

1a) meaning dubious

Greek Equivalent Words:
Strong #: 1820 ‑ ἐξαπορέω (ex‑ap‑or‑eh'‑om‑ahee);  
Frequency Lists  [ Book | Word ]
Verse Results
KJV (1) NAS ( 0 ) HCS (1)
Psalms 1
2 Kings 1
1 Chronicles 1
Psalms 1
BYZ TIS TR
v-qi1cs 1
v-qi1cs 1
v-qi1cs 1
NA WH


Ancient Hebrew Lexicon Definitions

1382) np (פנ PN) AC: Turn CO: Face AB: ?: The turning of the face. (eng: fan; spin)

A) np (פנ PN) AC: ? CO: Corner AB: ?

Nm ) np (פנ PN) - I. Corner: II. Or:As a turning toward another direction. KJV (6): corner, lest, not, peradventure - Strongs: H6434 (פֵּן), H6435 (פֶּן)

B) nnp (פננ PNN) AC: Turn CO: ? AB: ?

bm ) ninp (פנינ PNYN) - Ruby: A gem that glistens when turned. [df: ynp] KJV (6): ruby - Strongs: H6443 (פָּנִי)

C) npa (אפנ APN) AC: Turn CO: Wheel AB: ?: A turning object.

Nm) npa (אפנ APN) - Turning: KJV (1): fitly - Strongs: H655 (אֹפֶן)

gm) npfa (אופנ AWPN) - Wheel: KJV (36): wheel - Strongs: H212 (אֹפָן)

H) enp (פנה PNH) AC: Turn CO: Face AB: ?: What turns back and forth.

V) enp (פנה PNH) - Turn: To turn the face or to turn directions. Also to turn something back or away. KJV (135): (vf: Paal, Hiphil, Hophal, Piel) turn, look, prepare, regard, respect, look - Strongs: H6437 (פָּנָה)

Nm) enp (פנה PNH) - Face: The face, also the presence of one through the sense of being in the face of. [Always written in the plural form, minp; Frequently used with the prefix "l ", meaning "to" or "for", meaning "to the face of" or "before"] KJV (2110): face, presence, because, sight, countenance, from, person, upon, of, against, open, for, toward - Strongs: H3942 (לִפְנַי), H6440 (פָּנֶה)

J) nfp (פונ PWN) AC: Turn CO: ? AB: ?

V) nfp (פונ PWN) - Turn: KJV (1): (vf: Paal) distracted - Strongs: H6323 (פּוּן)

M) nip (פינ PYN) AC: ? CO: Corner AB: ?: A point which makes a turn.

Nf1) enip (פינה PYNH) - Corner: KJV (28): corner, chief, tower, bulwark, stay - Strongs: H6438 (פִּנָּה)

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Jeff Brenner, Ancient Hebrew Research Center Used by permission of the author.
Brown-Driver-Briggs Expanded Definition
 אָפ֑וּנָה Psalm 88:16 (ἄρ. λεγ Dl Proverbs 135f. compare Assyrian appuna(ma) adv. = ma°diš, very, very much, but dubious; Thes MV form from √ פון & compare Arabic diminuit, mente diminuit (Frey), hence be confused, helpless, compare ᵐ5 ἐξηπθρήθηνᵑ9 contur-batus sum; others emend אָפוּגָה from מּוּג q. v. A verb however is not needed for parallelism). ** Arabic in fact = milk (camel, etc.) dry, empty; = empty-headed man; this does not support be confused, helpless (GFM, privately).

[מּוּן] verb (?); only אָפוּנָה Psalm 88:16; read probably אֶמּוֺגָה, see פוג, אָפוּנָה.

מּוֺנֶה 2 Chronicles 25:23 see מִּנָּה, מּוּנִי see מּוּאָה. above

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Gesenius' Hebrew and Chaldee Definition

פּוּן fort. i.q. Arab. افن=افل (compare אָפַל).

(1) to set (as the sun), to be darkened.

(2) to be perplexed, distracted; once found, Psalms 88:16, אָפוּנָה, LXX. ἐξηπορήθην. Vulg. conturbatus sum.

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