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Old Testament Hebrew Lexical Dictionary
Strong's #05006 - נָאַץ
1) to spurn, contemn, despise, abhor
1a) (Qal) to spurn, contemn
1b1) to spurn
1b2) to cause to contemn
1c) (Hiphil) to spurn
1d) (Hithpolel) to be contemned
Jeff Benner, Ancient Hebrew Research Center Used by permission of the author.
נָאַץ fut. יִנְאַץ, to deride, to despise, to reject with contempt and derision (apparently kindred to לוּץ), as instruction, admonition; with an acc. Jeremiah 33:24; Proverbs 1:30, 5:12 15:5 the counsel of God, Psalms 107:11. Often used of God as rejecting men, Deuteronomy 32:19; Lamentations 2:6 absol. Jeremiah 14:21, “reject not, for thy name’s sake!” Comp. syn. מָאַס.
Piel נִאֵץ, fut. יְנָאֵץ.
(1) i.q. Kal, to reject, to contemn, Isaiah 60:14 especially God, Psalms 10:3, 13 Psalms 10:13, 74:18 Isaiah 1:4, 5:24 Numbers 14:23, 16:30.
(2) causat. to cause to speak evil, to give occasion for evil speaking, 2 Samuel 12:14.
Hiphil, fut. יָנֵאץ (in the Syriac manner for יַנְאֵץ), intrans. to be despised, to be contemned, Ecclesiastes 12:5.-LXX., Vulg., Syr., shall flourish (as if from נוּץ), but this does not agree with the context.
Hithpoel, part. מִנֹּאַץ for מִתְנֹאַץ Isaiah 52:5, contemned, rejected, prop. exposed to contempt, (der fich verachten laffen muß). Hence
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