the Week of Proper 21 / Ordinary 26
Old Testament Hebrew Lexical Dictionary Hebrew Lexicon
Strong's #2300 - חָדַד
1) to be sharp, be alert, be keen
1a) (Qal) to be sharp, be keen
1b) (Hiphil) to sharpen
1c) (Hophal) to be sharpened
1165) dh (ההד HhD) AC: Unite CO: Unit AB: Unity: The pictograph h is a picture of a wall. The d is a picture of a door. Combined these mean "wall door". A wall separates the inside from the outside. Only through the door can one enter or exit uniting the inside with the outside.
Nm) dh (ההד HhD) - I. Unit:A singular of a larger group. II. Sharp:The two edges of a sword that meet to form one point. [Hebrew and Aramaic] KJV (19): one, first, together, sharp - Strongs: H2297 (חַד), H2298 (חַד), H2299 (חַד)
C) dha (אההד AHhD) AC: Unite CO: ? AB: Unity: A uniting together. All things are a unity with something else (one man is a unity of body, breath and mind, one family is a unity of father, mother and children, one tree is a unity of trunk, branches and leaves, one forest is a unity of trees) .
L) dhi (יההד YHhD) AC: Unite CO: ? AB: Unity: A uniting together. All things are a unity with something else (one man is a unity of body, breath and mind, one family is a unity of father, mother and children, one tree is a unity of trunk, branches and leaves, one forest is a unity of trees) .
- A2149 Qdh (Thorn)
- A2150 Rdh (Surround, Chamber)
- A2151 Sdh (Renew, New moon, New)
- A2255 Dhk (Hide)
- A2700 Sdq (Set apart, Special)
- A2822 Dhs (Bribe)
Jeff Benner, Ancient Hebrew Research Center Used by permission of the author.
Qal Perfect וְחַדּ֫וּ מִזְּאֵבֵי עֶרֶב consecutive Habakkuk 1:8 are keener than evening wolves (of impetuous Chaldean horses).
Hiph`ilהֵחֵד (Che Or Brd) or יַחֵד (Näg compare Dr§ 123a, R), insert Isaiah 44:12 after ᵐ5ᵑ6: the smith sharpeneth an axe.
Hoph`al Perfect 3 feminine singular הוּחַדָּה Ezekiel 21:14; Ezekiel 21:15; Ezekiel 21:16 be sharpened (in all, subject חֶרֶב). — See also 1. חדה.
I. [חָדָה] verb be or grow sharp; —
Qal grow sharp, Imperfect with apocope = jussive יָ֑חַד Proverbs 27:17 a;
Hiph`il sharpen (figurative), Imperfect apoc. יַ֫חַד Proverbs 27:17 b; בַּרְזֶל בְּבֶרְזֶל יָ֑חַד וְאִישׁ יַחְד מְּנֵירֵֿעֵהוּ let iron by means of iron grow sharp, and let a man sharpen the countenance (presence, bearing) of his friend; — so Ki Michl. 126 a De Now Kö Lgb i, 373f., compare Str. (who however makes both forms Hiph`il)
חָדַד [future יָחַד]
(1) to be sharp, to be sharpened. (Arab. حَدَّ fut. I. Kindred roots, גָּדַד, and the words there cited.) Proverbs 27:17 (see Hiphil.)
(2) to be swift, like many other words signifying sharpness, which are used also in the sense of swiftness, see Gr. ὀξύς, θόος, Lat. acer, Syr. ܚܪܦܰ. Habakkuk 1:8. Comp. חָרַץ.
Hiphil, to sharpen. Proverbs 27:17, בַּרְזֶל בְּבַרְזֶל יָחַד וְאִישׁ יַחַד פְּנֵי־רֵעֵהוּ “as iron is sharpened on iron, so a man sharpens the face of another.” יָחַד is fut. A. Kal for יָחֹד, יַחַד fut. Hiphil, formed in the Chaldee manner for יַחֵד, יַחֵד, like יַחֵל Numbers 30:3, אַחֵל Ezekiel 39:7. See Lehrg. § 38, 1; 103, note 14.
Hophal הוּחַד to be sharpened, spoken of a sword, Ezekiel 21:14, 15 Ezekiel 21:15, 16 Ezekiel 21:16.
Derivatives, חַד No. I, חַדּוּדִים, pr.n. חָדִיד.
Old Testament Hebrew Lexical Dictionary developed by Jeff Garrison for StudyLight.org.
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