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Old Testament Hebrew Lexical Dictionary Hebrew Lexicon
Strong's #03286 - יָעֵף
1) to be or grow weary, be fatigued, be faint
1a) (Qal) to be or grow weary, be fatigued, be faint
1b) (Hophal) wearied (participle)
Jeff Benner, Ancient Hebrew Research Center Used by permission of the author.
Qal Perfect וְיָעֵ֑פוּ consecutive Jeremiah 51:58,64; Imperfect יִיעַף Isaiah 40:28; וַיִּעָ֑ף Isaiah 44:12; יִָֽעֲפוּ Isaiah 40:30; יִיעָ֑פוּ Isaiah 40:31; Jeremiah 2:24; יִעָ֑פוּ Habakkuk 2:13; — be or grow weary Jeremiah 2:24 (in seeking); = exhaust onself fruitlessly Habakkuk 2:13 ("" יגע), hence Jeremiah 51:58,64 (repeated by error from Jeremiah 51:58); of ׳י (negative) Isaiah 40:28 ("" יגע); youth Isaiah 40:30 ("" id.); the god-fearing Isaiah 40:31 ("" id.); be faint from lack of water Isaiah 44:12 ("" אֵין כֹּחַ from hunger).
Hoph`al Participle wearied Daniel 9:21 מֻעָף בִּיעָף (see יְעָף).
יָעֵף m. fatigued, wearied, tired, Isaiah 40:29 [“of a people”]; 50:4.