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Old Testament Hebrew Lexical Dictionary
Strong's #2611 - חָנֵף
Jeff Benner, Ancient Hebrew Research Center Used by permission of the author.
חָנֵף fut. יֶחֱנַף
(1) to be profaned, polluted, defiled, Psalms 106:38; Isaiah 24:5.
(2) to be profane, impious, Jeremiah 23:11.
(3) Jeremiah 3:9, causat. like Hiphil, to pollute, to make profane. (The origin uncertain.)
Hiphil, to profane a land. Numbers 35:33; Jeremiah 3:2 men, i.e. to lead them to impiety or rebellion, Daniel 11:32. Syriac ܚܰܢܳܦܐܳ unclean, a gentile, ܙܚܰܢܦܶ to turn aside from the true religion. Hence
חָנֵף profane, impious, i.q. Arab. كَافُِر Job 8:13, 13:16 15:34 17:8, etc. LXX. ἀσεβής, ἄνομος, παράνομος, twice ὑποκριτής.
the Fourth Week after Epiphany