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Old Testament Hebrew Lexical Dictionary Hebrew Lexicon
Strong's #2142 - זָכַר
1) to remember, recall, call to mind
1a) (Qal) to remember, recall
1b) (Niphal) to be brought to remembrance, be remembered, be thought of, be brought to mind
1c1) to cause to remember, remind
1c2) to cause to be remembered, keep in remembrance
1c3) to mention
1c4) to record
1c5) to make a memorial, make remembrance
V) rkz (זכר ZKR) - Remember: To remember in thought as a memorial or mention through speech. Also to act or speak on behalf of another. KJV (233): (vf: Paal, Niphal, Hiphil) remember, mention, remembrance, recorder, mindful, think, record - Strongs: H2142 (זָכַר)
Nm) rkz (זכר ZKR) - I. Memorial:A remembering and action based on a past even. II. Male:The one of the family that remembers and passes down the family history through story and family name. Also the one who acts and speaks for the family. III. Ram:The male member of the flock. [Aramaic only] [df: rkd] KJV (107): male, man, child, mankind, him, ram - Strongs: H1798 (דְּכַר), H2143 (זֶֶכֶר), H2145 (זָכָר)
dm ) rfkz (זכור ZKWR) - Male: The one of the family that remembers and passes down the family history through story and family name. Also the one who acts and speaks for the family. KJV (4): male, man - Strongs: H2138 (זָכוּר)
ejm) nfrkiz (זיכרונ ZYKRWN) - I. Memorial:A remembering and action based on a past even. II. Record:To remember something through documentation. [Hebrew and Aramaic] [df: Nwrkd Nrkd] KJV (27): memorial, remembrance, record - Strongs: H1799 (דִּכְרוֹן), H2146 (זִכָּרוֹן)
Jeff Benner, Ancient Hebrew Research Center Used by permission of the author.
Qal Perfect 3 masculine singular ׳ז Genesis 40:23 +; 3 feminine singular זָָֽכְרָה Lamentations 1:7,9; 2 masculine singular וְזָכַרְתָּ֫ Deuteronomy 5:15 +; suffix זְכַרְתַּנִי Genesis 40:14 compare 1 Samuel 1:11, זְכַרְתָּם Psalm 88:6; 2 feminine singular זָכַרְתְּ Isaiah 47:7; Isaiah 57:11; compare Isaiah 17:10 + Ezekiel 16:22,43Qr (both Kt זכרתי), וְזָכַרְתְּ consecutive Ezekiel 16:61; 3 plural זָָֽכְרוּ Judges 8:34 +, etc.; Imperfect 3 masculine singular יִזְכֹּר Hosea 8:13 +; יִזְכָּרֿ 2 Samuel 14:11; Proverbs 31:7; וַיִּזְכֹּר Genesis 8:1 +; suffix וַיִּוְכְּרֶהָ 1 Samuel 1:19; 2 feminine singular תִּזְכְּרִי Isaiah 54:4 2t.; 1 singular אֶזְכֹּר Leviticus 26:42 (twice in verse); Isaiah 43:25 ( Psalm 77:12 Qr see infra), אֶזְכָּרֿ Jeremiah 31:34, וָאֶזְכֹּר Exodus 6:5; suffix 2 masculine singular אֶזְכָּרְךָ Psalm 42:7, suffix 2 feminine singular אֶזְכְּרֵכִי Psalm 137:6 (see Ges§ 58, 3, R, 1Sta§§ 356, a, 2,634a, 2), etc.; Imperative masculine singular זְכֹר Exodus 32:13 +; זְכָרֿ Psalm 25:7 +; זָכְרָה Nehemiah 6:14 +; suffix זָכְרֵנִי Judges 16:28 2t.; masculine plural זִכְרוּ Isaiah 46:9 +, זְכֹ֑רוּ Nehemiah 4:8; Infinitive absolute זָכוֺר Exodus 13:3 +; זָכֹר Jeremiah 31:30 +; construct לִזְכֹּר Genesis 9:16; Ezekiel 23:19, etc.; suffix בְּזָכְרֵנִי Psalm 137:1; Participle active plural construct וּלְֹזכְרֵי Psalm 103:18; זָכוּר Psalm 103:14 see below —
I. human subj.
1 remember, recall, call to mind, usually as affecting present feeling, thought, or action:
a. remember past experiences (accusative) Genesis 42:9 (E), 2 Kings 9:25 (accusative of person agent); followed by clause with מִי Job 4:7; things formerly known (accusative) Jeremiah 17:2; followed by clause with כִּי Judges 9:2; with implied regret, longing Numbers 11:5 (JE), Psalm 42:5; Psalm 137:1; Lamentations 1:7 compare Psalm 77:7, negative Psalm 137:6 ("" שׁכח Psalm 137:5); so (followed by בְּ) Jeremiah 3:16 ("" עלה על לב and פקד).
b. recall past distress, etc.; object not expressed, Lamentations 3:20 (זכור זכר), Job 11:16 (שׁכח in "" clause); negative, followed by accusative Isaiah 54:4 ("" שׁכח), Proverbs 31:7 ("" id.).
c. remember sins, (1) to repent of them Deuteronomy 9:7 (+ אלתֿשׁכח, followed by clause with אתאֿשׁר), elsewhere only Ezekiel , usually with accusative Ezekiel 16:61 (+ וְנִכְלַמְתְּ), Ezekiel 16:63 (object not expressed), Ezekiel 20:43; Ezekiel 36:21; (2) to renew and repeat them Ezekiel 23:19, negative Ezekiel 23:27.
d. especially remember the dealings of ׳י, expressed in great variety of terms in accusative, Deuteronomy 7:18; Deuteronomy 8:2; Deuteronomy 24:9; Deuteronomy 32:7 ("" בין), Isaiah 46:9; Isaiah 63:11; Psalm 77:12 Qr (Kt Hiph`il q. v.) Psalm 77:12; Psalm 105:5; Psalm 143:5 ("" הגיתי, אֲשׂוֺחֵחַ) 1 Chronicles 16:12; negatively, Isaiah 43:18; ("" אַל תִּתְבֹּנָ֑נוּ), Ezekiel 16:22,43; Psalm 78:42; Psalm 106:7; Nehemiah 9:17 ("" וַיְמָאֲנוּ לִשְׁמֹעַ); object clause with בִּי especially D, Deuteronomy 5:15; Deuteronomy 15:15; Deuteronomy 16:12; Deuteronomy 24:18,22; Psalm 78:35.
2 remember persons (human subject),
a. to their advantage: — followed by accusative Genesis 40:14 (E), Genesis 40:23 (E; negative, "" שׁכח), 1 Samuel 25:31.
b. to make use of them (accusative) Nahum 2:6.
c. their acts (accusative) to their advantage 2 Chronicles 24:22, to their disadvantage 2 Samuel 19:20 (negative); to make vengeance Deuteronomy 25:17.
d. remember human obligations, accusative of thing: בְּרִית אַחִים Amos 1:9; compare perhaps Esther 2:1 (accusative of person and also of deed); negative Ecclesiastes 9:15 (accusative of person), Psalm 109:16 (followed by חסד עשׂות).
3 remember ׳י:
a. call him to mind 2 Samuel 14:11 (i.e. recall a specific command of his).
b. recall, and (especially) keep ׳י in mind Deuteronomy 8:18; Jeremiah 51:50; Isaiah 64:4 ("" עשׂה צדק), Ezekiel 6:9; Zechariah 10:9; Joel 2:8; Psalm 42:7; Psalm 63:7 ("" אהגה), Psalm 77:4; Nehemiah 4:8; negatively Judges 8:34; Isaiah 17:10 (opposed to שׁכח), Isaiah 57:11 ("" לֹא שַׂמְתְּ עַללִֿבֵּךְ); compare also אֶתאבּוֺרְאֶ֑ךָ׳ז Ecclesiastes 12:1, and (no object expressed) Psalm 22:28 (+ ׳וישׁובו אל י); remember ׳י s name Psalm 119:55.
a. words of Moses Joshua 1:13 (D) Malachi 3:22; ׳י s instructions through prophet Isaiah 44:21; Isaiah 46:48 ("" השׁיבו על לב), also Micah 6:5 (followed by clause with מה).
b. commandments of׳י (so as to do them) Numbers 15:39 (P, or H), Numbers 15:40 (P; + ועשׂיתם), Psalm 103:18 (+ לעשׂותם), Psalm 119:52 (משׁפטים); his covenant 1 Chronicles 16:15.
5 think of or on, call to mind something present or future: — followed by accusative, issue of conduct Isaiah 47:7; Lamentations 1:9 (end of Jerusalem); fight with crocodile Job 40:32; object a General truth, prosperity of wicked Job 21:6 (object not expressed); (fleeting) days of life Ecclesiastes 5:19; (coming) days of darkness, Ecclesiastes 11:8; a duty Job 36:24 (followed by clause with כִּי).
6 remember a day, to observe, commemorate it: — day of Exodus Exodus 13:3 (J) Deuteronomy 16:3; sabbath Exodus 20:8 (E; "" שׂמר Deuteronomy 5:12).
7 remember, with implied mention of, object ׳י Jeremiah 20:9 ("" דִּבֶּר בִּשְׁמוֺ); ׳מַשָּׂא י Jeremiah 23:36.
II. Subject ׳(אלהים)י.
1 remember persons:
a. individuals, with kindness, granting requests, protecting, delivering etc., with accusative of person, Genesis 30:22 (E), 1 Samuel 1:11 (opposed to שׁכח), 1 Samuel 1:19, Judges 16:28 (followed by וְחַזְּקֵנִי); Jeremiah 15:15 ("" מָּקְדֵנִי), Psalm 106:4 ("" id.), Job 14:13 (+ תשׁית לי חק), also Genesis 8:1 (P), Genesis 19:29 (P); negative Psalm 88:6 ("" מידך נִגְזָר֑וּ); followed by לְ person Psalm 25:7 (yet compare Che); followed by accusative of thing + לְ person (dativus commodi [dative of benefit]) Nehemiah 5:19; Nehemiah 13:14,22,31.
b. individuals, to punish, followed by לְ person Nehemiah 6:14; Nehemiah 13:29.
c. his servants, people, the afflicted, (graciously) followed by לְ Exodus 32:13 (JE), Deuteronomy 9:27; Psalm 136:23; followed by accusative Psalm 9:13 (opposed to שׁכח), Psalm 74:2; Psalm 115:12 (followed by יְבָרֵךְ); compare Jeremiah 31:20 (זכור זכר).
d. his land Leviticus 26:42 (H), and negative Lamentations 2:1 (his footstool).
e. mankind Psalm 8:5 ("" פקד).
2. a. remember the distress of his servants, Lamentations 3:19 (followed by clause with מה), Lamentations 5:1 ("" הַבִּיטָ֯ וּרְאֵה).
b. their devotion, accusative, Psalm 20:4; Jeremiah 2:2 (+ לְ person), Psalm 132:1 (+ id.); followed by clause with את אשׁר 2 Kings 20:3 = Isaiah 38:3.
c. their intercession Jeremiah 18:20 (followed by infinitive with suffix)
3. a. remember his own covenant (with them), accusative, Genesis 9:15,16; Exodus 2:24; Exodus 6:25 (all P), Leviticus 26:42 (twice in verse) (H, as also) Leviticus 26:45 (+ לְ person); Jeremiah 14:21 (+ אַלתָּֿפֵר), Ezekiel 16:60; Psalm 105:8, compare Psalm 105:42 (object דְּבַר קָדְשׁוֺ), and Psalm 119:49; Nehemiah 1:8; Psalm 106:45 (+ לְ person), Psalm 111:5.
b. his mercy, etc., accusative, Psalm 25:6; Psalm 98:3; 2 Chronicles 6:42; also Habakkuk 3:2.
c. extenuating circumstances, followed by clause with כִּי, Job 7:7; Job 10:9; Psalm 78:39; Psalm 103:14 (זָכוּר be-thinketh him, Che, compare De Kö§ 20,14 Ba NB 175); also Psalm 89:48 (followed by אֲנִי + epexegetical clause with מה ).
4 remember sins, idolatries etc., followed by accusative, Hosea 7:2; Hosea 8:13 ("" פקד), Hosea 9:9 ("" id.), Jeremiah 14:10 ("" id.); negative Jeremiah 44:21 ("" עלה על לבו), Isaiah 43:25; Isaiah 64:8; Psalm 25:7; Psalm 79:8 (+ לְ person); followed by לְ Jeremiah 31:34; also (object reproach) Psalm 74:18; Psalm 74:22; Psalm 89:5; and (object day of Jerusalem) Psalm 137:7 (+ לִבְנֵי אֱדוֺם, i.e. against them).
Niph`al Perfect 2 masculine plural consecutive וְנִזְכַּרְתֶּם Numbers 10:9; Imperfect 3 masculine singular יִזָּכֵר Jeremiah 11:19 +; 3 feminine singular תִּזָּכֵר Ezekiel 25:10, (תִּזָּכָר Exodus 34:19 read הַזָּכָר see זָכָר); 2 feminine singular תִּזָּכֵ֑רִי Isaiah 23:16; Ezekiel 21:37; 3 masculine plural יִזָָּֽכְרוּ Hosea 2:19 +; 3 feminine plural תִּזָּכַרְנָה Isaiah 65:17 +; תִּזָּכַרְןָ Ezekiel 3:20; Infinitive construct suffix הִזָּכֶרְכֶם Ezekiel 21:29 (omitted by ᵑ6 Co); Participle plural נִזְכָּרִים Esther 9:28. —
1 be brought to remembrance, remembered, thought of, usually with negative: —
a. in General, subject Baalim Hosea 2:19 (+ בִּשְׁמָם), compare Zechariah 13:2 ("" אכרית); former heaven and earth Isaiah 65:17 ("" עלה על לב); (wicked) dead Job 24:20 ("" ישׁכחהו v a); coral (not to be thought of [others, be mentioned] in comparison with wisdom) Job 28:18; of attention paid to Tyre under figure of harlot Isaiah 23:16 (opposed to נשׁכחה).
b. brought to ׳י 's remembrance, subject the people, (1) with gracious result Numbers 10:9 (P; ׳לפני י, "" וְנוֺשַׁעְתֶּם); (2) for judgment Ezekiel 21:29 (omitted by ᵑ6 Co).
c. be remembered by ׳י, negative of deeds, as affecting ׳י s judgment, (1) righteous Ezekiel 3:20; Ezekiel 18:24; Ezekiel 33:13 (followed by לְ of advantage, according to Co); (2) wicked Ezekiel 18:22 (followed by לְ, omitted by A B ᵑ9 etc., Co) Ezekiel 33:16 (followed by לְ).
d. be remembered ׳אֶליֿ Psalm 109:14 ("" אַלתִּֿמָּ֑ח).
2 negative be not remembered = no longer exist, of name of Israel, as nation Jeremiah 11:19 ("" נכרת), Psalm 83:5 ("" נַכְחִידֵם מִגּוֺי); of Ammonites Ezekiel 21:37; Ezekiel 25:10.
3 be remembered, of particular days, in order to be observed, commemorated, Esther 9:28 (followed by וְנַעֲשִׂים observe, celebrate).
Hiph`il Perfect 3 masculine singular הִזְכִּיר Isaiah 49:1; 2 masculine singular suffix 1 singular וְהִזְכַּרְתַּנִי consecutive Genesis 40:14; Imperfect 3 masculine singular יַזְכִּיר Isaiah 19:17; 1 singular אַזְכִּיר Exodus 20:2 +, etc.; Imperative masculine singular suffix 1 singular הַזְכִּירֵנִי Isaiah 43:26; masculine plural הַזְכִּירוּ Isaiah 12:4; Jeremiah 4:16; Infinitive construct (ל)הַזְכְּיר 2 Samuel 18:18 +; suffix 3 masculine singular כְּהַזְכִּירוֺ 1 Samuel 4:18; suffix 2 masculine plural הַזְכַּרְכֶם Ezekiel 21:29 (compare Sta§ 245 Kö§ 29,11); Participle מַזְכִּיר Genesis 41:9 +, etc.; feminine singular מַזְכֶּרֶת Numbers 5:15; —
1 cause to remember, remind, with accusative of person Isaiah 43:26.
2 cause to be remembered, keep in remembrance, with accusative of thing, a person's name 2 Samuel 18:18; Psalm 45:18; of ׳י, causing his name to be remembered, by some token, Exodus 20:24 (JE).
a. followed by accusative of person Genesis 40:14 (E; followed by אֶלֿ person), ׳י, = call upon Isaiah 62:6, name of ׳י Isaiah 26:13; Isaiah 49:1 ("" קראני), name of other gods, negative, Exodus 23:13 (J E; "" יִשָּׁמַע); followed by בְּשֵׁם Amos 6:10, compare Psalm 20:8 (De Che and others boast of, praise, ᵐ5 μεγαλυνθησόμεθα, whence Hup Bae proposes נַגְבִּיר = we display strength), negative Joshua 23:7 (D; "" תשׁביעו ולא), so באלהי ישׂראל Isaiah 48:1 ("" הַנִּשְׁבָּעִים בְּשֵׁם).
b. followed by accusative of thing: faults Genesis 41:9 (E), the ark 1 Samuel 4:18, land of Judah Isaiah 19:17, Rahab (= Egypt) Psalm 87:4, works of ׳י Psalm 77:12 (Kt, Qr Qal q. v. ), his righteousness Psalm 71:16, lovingkindness, Isaiah 63:7; human love Song of Solomon 1:4; also in technical sense, apparently = accuse before God, always followed by עָוֺן, 1 Kings 17:18; Numbers 5:15 (P) Ezekiel 21:28 Ezekiel 21:29 (followed by מִּשְׁעֵיכֶם בְּהִגָּלוֺת), Ezekiel 29:16.
c. followed by clause, with כִּי Isaiah 12:4; no conjunction Jeremiah 4:16 (לְ indirect object; "" הַשְׁמיעו).
d. absolute commemorate, praise 1 Chronicles 16:4 (׳לְהַז, apparently Levitical function, followed by ולהודות ולהלל ליהוה), so perhaps also לְהַזְכִּיר in titles Psalm 38:1; Psalm 70:1 (others below 5).
4 record, only participle מַזְכִּיר as substantive (title of public officer) = recorder ** Rather, probably, the (king's reminder, who brought important business to his notice: compare Ew Geschichte. iii. 365, H. iii. 267 Ke 2 Samuel 8:16 Benz Archaeology 310 Now Archaeology i. 308 Kit 1 Kings 4:3. 2 Samuel 8:16; 2 Samuel 20:24; 1 Kings 4:3; 2 Kings 18:18,37 = Isaiah 36:3,22; 1 Chronicles 18:15; 2 Chronicles 34:8.
5 of sacrifice, make a memorial, i.e. offer an אַזְכָּרָה q. v.; followed by לְבֹנָה Isaiah 66:3. — JPPeters JBL, 1893, xii, 58 reads אַזְכִּרָה Psalm 42:5 (see Qal I:1), 'let me make my azkara, and pour out libation for (עֲלֵי) my life.'
מַזְכִּיר noun masculine recorder, see זָכַר
זלא (√ of following; meaning unknown).
זָכַר fut. יִזְכֹּר (Arab. ذَكَرَ, Syr. and Ch. ܕܟܪܰ, דְּכַר), meminisse, recordari, reminisci, to remember, to recollect, to bring to mind (compare as to the distinction between these [Latin] words, Cic. Lig. xii. 35, and Doederlein Lat. Synonyme und Etymologien, i. 166 [“The origin seems to lie in the idea of pricking, piercing, comp. kindred דָּקַר; whence זָכַר membrum virile; … the idea of memory then may come from that of penetrating, infixing, compare Ecclesiastes 12:11. A different etymology was proposed by me in Monumm. Phœn. p. 114, viz. that as in Athen. i. 1, סכרis written for זֶכֶר memory, perhaps זָכַר is primarily i.q. סָכַר to shut up, and then to keep, to preserve; compare שָׁמַר No. 2. But the other view is favoured by the noun זָכָר.” Ges. add.]). Followed by an acc. Genesis 8:1, 19:29, etc.; more rarely by לְ Exodus 32:13; Deuteronomy 9:27 Psal. 25:7 136:23 בְּ Jeremiah 3:16 followed by כִּי Job 7:7, 10:9 Deuteronomy 5:15. It signifies especially
(a) to remember, to be mindful, i.e. to retain in memory, Psalms 9:13, 98:3 105:5, 42 Psalms 105:42; 2 Chronicles 24:22. Exodus 13:3, זָכוֹר אֶת הַיּוֹם הַזֶּה “be mindful of this day;” 20:8. זָכַר אֶת הַבְּרִית to be mindful of the covenant, Genesis 9:15 Levit. 26:42 Amos 1:9.
(b) to bear something in mind, to account, to consider (bedenken). Deuteronomy 5:15, “account that thou wast a servant in Egypt.” Deuteronomy 15:15, 16:12 24:18. Job 7:7, זְכֹר כִּי רוּחַ חַיַּי “consider that my life (is) a breath.” Psalms 103:14.
(c) to contemplate things called back to memory, i.e. recordari. Psalms 119:55, זָכַרְתִּי בַלַּיְלָה שִׁמְךָ יְיָ “I remember thy name, O Lord, in the night.” Psalms 119:52, 143:5 63:7 (d) to recollect, reminisci, ἀναμιμνήσκειν, in memoriam revocare, to call back to memory. Opp. oblivisci. Genesis 40:23, וְלֹא זָכַר שַׂר הַמַּשְׁקִים אֶת־יוֹסֵף וַיִּשְׁכָּחֵהוּ. Verse 14 Genesis 40:14, 42:9 Numbers 11:5; Ecclesiastes 9:15; Job 21:6; Jeremiah 44:21 (syn. הֶעֱלָה עַל לֵב). Often with the added idea of care, again to care for some one (i.q. פָּקַד), Genesis 8:1, 19:29 30:22.
(e) Followed by a dative of the person and an acc. of the thing, to remember something either for the advantage or the disadvantage of another, jemandem etwas gedenken; for good, Nehemiah 5:19, זָכְרָה לִּי אֱלֹהַי לְטוֹבָה כֹּל אֲשֶׁר “remember for me, O my God, all things which I have done (that thou mayest at some time) requite (them).” Nehemiah 6:14, 13:22 for evil, 13:29.
(f) It is also referred to future things, like reputare, and respicere, meminisse, in the common expressions respice finem, memento mori. Lamentations 1:9, “and she did not remember (meditate on) the end.” Isaiah 47:7. Hence, to meditate, to think on, to attempt something, auf etwas denken. Job 40:32, זְכֹר מִלְחָמָה denk an den Kampf, i.e. to approach, to prepare the battle.
[“(2) to make mention of a person or thing, Jeremiah 20:9.”]
(1) to be remembered, or recalled to mind, which is often equivalent to to be mentioned. Job 24:20, עוֹד לֹא יִוָּכֵר “no one remembers him any more,” he is not mentioned, he has gone into oblivion; Jeremiah 11:19, שְׁמוֹ לֹא יִזָּכֵר עוֹד “his name shall no more be mentioned or remembered;” Ezekiel 3:20; Isaiah 23:16; Zechariah 13:2; Esther 9:28, הַיָּמִים הָאֵלֶּה נִזְכָּרִים וְנַעֲשִׂים “those days (should be) remembered and kept.” נִזְכַּר אֶל יְהֹוָה Psal. 109:14, and לִפְנֵי יְיָ Numbers 10:9, to be remembered before God, to be recalled to his memory. Followed by לְ the memory of a thing to be preserved for some one’s disadvantage (compare Kal, letter e), jemandem gedacht werden, Ezekiel 18:22, 33:16.
(2) denom. from זָכָר, to be born a male, Exodus 34:19 (Arab. ذكر IV. to bear a male).
Hiphil הִזִכִּיר [inf. with suff. הַזְכַּרְכֶם]
(1) to bring to remembrance before some one. Genesis 40:14, הִזְכַּרְתַּנִי אֶל־פַּרְעֹה “bring me to remembrance before Pharaoh;” 1 Kings 17:18; Ezekiel 21:28, 29:16 Jeremiah 4:16, הַזְכִּירוּ לַגּוֹיִם “make mention to the nations.” In the titles of Psa 38:1-22 and 70, לְהַזְכִּיר “to bring to remembrance (oneself to God),” which accords with their subject matter.
(2) to make mention of. (Arab. Conj. IV. to make mention of, to praise) 1 Samuel 4:18; Psalms 87:4. Especially to make mention of with praise, to praise, to celebrate, Ps. 45:18 71:16 77:12, e.g. שֵׁם יְהֹוָה Isaiah 26:13, and בְּשֵׁם Joshua 23:7; Psalms 20:8; Amos 6:10 (compare קָרָא בְשֵׁם), Isaiah 48:1, 63:7. Once used causatively, to cause to be remembered, or celebrated, Exodus 20:24.
(3) i.q. Kal, to remember, to call to one’s own mind, Genesis 41:9; Isaiah 19:17, 49:1.
(4) to offer a memorial offering (called אַזְכָּרָה), Isaiah 66:3.
(5) to cause to be remembered. Part. מַזְכִּיר subs. 1 Kings 4:2; 2 Kings 18:18, 37 2 Kings 18:37; 2 Chronicles 34:8; Isaiah 36:3, 22 Isaiah 36:22, “he who caused to be remembered,” i.e. the recorder, historian, or superintendent of the annals of the kingdom, one of the ministers of the Hebrew kings, whose office it was to record events as they occurred, especially those which might relate to the king. A similar officer is mentioned in the royal court of Persia, both anciently (Herod. vi. 100; vii. 90; viii. 100) and in modern times (Chardin, Voyage, tom. iii. 327), amongst whom he is called Waka Nuwish [وقع ذوش], and also in that of the Roman emperors Arcadius and Honorius [and afterwards], bearing the name of magistri memoriœ.
Derivatives, the words immediately following; and also אַזְכָּרָה, זָכוּר, זַכּוּר.