the Week of Proper 4 / Ordinary 9
Old Testament Hebrew Lexical Dictionary Hebrew Lexicon
Strong's #06556 - פֶּרֶץ
1) breach, gap, bursting forth
1a) bursting forth, outburst
1c) broken wall
1d) outburst (figuratively of God’s wrath)
2642) yrp (פרתס PRTs) AC: Spread CO: Breach AB: ?: The breaching of a river bank causing the water to flow and spread out. [from: rp- breaking]
V) yrp (פרתס PRTs) - Spread out: To be spread out wide or widespread. KJV (49): (vf: Paal, Niphal, Hitpael, Pual) break, increase, abroad, breach, made, pressed, breaker, compel, open - Strongs: H6555 (פָּרַץ)
Nm) yrp (פרתס PRTs) - Breach: KJV (19): breach, gap, breaking - Strongs: H6556 (פֶּרֶץ)
bm) yirp (פריתס PRYTs) - Wild: A thief or robber as a vicious beast in the sense of escaping out and spreading out wildly. KJV (6): robber, destroyer, revenous - Strongs: H6530 (פָּרִיץ)
hm) yrpm (מפרתס MPRTs) - Breach: KJV (1): breach - Strongs: H4664 (מִפְרָץ)
Jeff Benner, Ancient Hebrew Research Center Used by permission of the author.
1 bursting forth, out burst, of water 2 Samuel 5:20 = 1 Chronicles 14:11; from womb Genesis 38:29 (J).
2 breach in wall Amos 4:3; 1 Kings 11:27; Nehemiah 6:1; Psalm 144:14; Job 30:14; so (with גָּדַר, i.e. repair) Amos 9:11; Isaiah 58:12; figurative of effect to avert calamity, עָלָה בַּמְּרָצוֺת Ezekiel 13:5 ("" גָּדַר), עָמַד בַּמֶּרֶץ Ezekiel 22:30 ("" id.), compare Psalm 106:23, by instruction and (especially) intercession.
3 broken wall, נֹפֵל׳פ Isaiah 30:13.
4 figurative of outburst of ׳י s wrath, accusative of congnate meaning with verb with מָּרַץ 2 Samuel 6:8 = 1 Chronicles 13:11; Job 16:14 (מֶּרֶץ עַלמְּֿנֵיפָֿ֑רֶץ); בְּ׳עָשָׂה פ Judges 21:15.
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פֶּרֶץ m. pl. ־ִים Amos 4:3, and וֹ Ezekiel 13:5.
(1) rupture, breach of a wall, 1 Kings 11:27 Isaiah 30:13 Amos 4:3; Job 30:14, בְּפֶרֶץ רָתָב יֶאֱתָיוּן rightly rendered by the Vulg. quasi rupto muro irruerunt, a metaphor, taken from besiegers who rush into a city through breaches in the wall, in great numbers and with great violence. From the same idea is the phrase עָמַר בַּפֶרֶץ to stand in the breach, to repel the enemy, which would be the act of the bravest soldiers, who would expose their lives to most imminent peril, Ezekiel 22:30 (compare Ezekiel 13:5); Psalms 106:23.
(a) of enemies, slaughter, Judges 21:15; Psalms 144:14. Hence פֶּרֶץ עֻוָּא pr.n. of a place, 2 Samuel 6:8; 1 Chronicles 13:11.
(b) a dispersion of water, a diffusion, 2 Samuel 5:20.
(3) an irruption, invasion, violence; Job 16:14, “he rusheth upon me פֶּרֶץ עַל פְּנֵי פֶרֶץ violence upon violence.”
(4) [Pharez, Perez], pr.n. m. Genesis 38:29, 46:12. Patron. פַּרְצִי Numbers 26:20.
Old Testament Hebrew Lexical Dictionary developed by Jeff Garrison for StudyLight.org.
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