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Old Testament Hebrew Lexical Dictionary
Strong's #4427 - מָלַךְ
1) to be or become king or queen, reign
1a) (Qal) to be or become king or queen, reign
1b) (Hiphil) to make one king or queen, cause to reign
1c) (Hophal) to be made king or queen
2) to counsel, advise
2a) (Niphal) to consider
Jeff Benner, Ancient Hebrew Research Center Used by permission of the author.
מָלַךְ f. יִמְלֹךְ.
(1) to reign, to be king. (Eth. መለከ፡ id.; Arab. مَلَكَ to possess, to reign; Syr. and Ch. to consult, compare Lat. consulere for judicare, statuere (whence consul), and the Old Germ. rathen for to rule, to govern; compare Niphal.) 1 Kings 6:1; 2 Kings 24:12, 25:27 followed by עַל 1 Samuel 8:7, 12:14 Psalms 47:9, and בְּ Joshua 13:12, 21 Joshua 13:21 (to rule over, herrfchen über), although בְּ is also not unfrequently בְּ of place, Judges 4:2, herrfchen zu, to reign in.
(2) to become king, 2 Samuel 15:10, 16:8 1 Kings 14:21.
Hiphil, to make king, followed by an acc. 1 Samuel 15:35; 1 Kings 1:43 dat. 1 Chronicles 29:22 (as if to give the kingdom to any one).
Hophal הָכְזלַךְ to be made king, Daniel 9:1.
Niphal, to consult, Nehemiah 5:7 see the Syriac usage pointed out above.
The derivatives immediately follow, except מְלוּכָה, מַמְלָכָה, מַמְלָכוּת.
the Week of Proper 8 / Ordinary 13