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Old Testament Hebrew Lexical Dictionary
Strong's #2224 - זָרַח
Jeff Benner, Ancient Hebrew Research Center Used by permission of the author.
זָרַח fut. יִזְרַח
(1) to rise, used of the sun, Genesis 32:32; Exodus 22:2; 2 Samuel 23:4; Psalms 104:22, etc.; also applied to light, Isaiah 58:10 to the glory of God, 60:1, Isaiah 60:2; Deuteronomy 33:2. (It properly means to scatter rays, comp. the kindred words זָרָה, זָרַר. This root is variously changed in the cognate languages; hence in Arabic and Ethiopic شرق ሠረቀ፡, in Aramean דְּנַח, ܕܢܚܰ.)
(2) It is figuratively applied
(a) to leprosy breaking out in the skin,
(b) in the derivatives also to a fœtus breaking forth from the womb (see זֶרַח and Genesis 38:30), and
(c) to a plant springing up, i.q. פָּרַח, see אֶזְרָח.
Derivatives, אֶזְרָח, מִזְרָח, pr.n. יִזְרַחְיָה, and the words immediately following.
the Week of Proper 21 / Ordinary 26