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Old Testament Hebrew Lexical Dictionary
Strong's #5074 - נָדַד
1) to retreat, flee, depart, move, wander abroad, stray, flutter
1a1) to retreat, flee
1a2) to flee, depart
1a3) to wander, stray
1a4) to flutter (of birds)
1b) (Poal) to flee away, be chased
1c) (Hiphil) to chase away
1d) (Hophal) to be chased away
1e) (Hithpolel) to flee away
1303) dn (נד ND) AC: Nod CO: Mound AB: ?: The pictograph n is a picture of a seed, the d is a picture of the tent door that allows movement back and forth through the tent. Combined these mean "continue back and forth". A back and forth movement such as the shaking of the head.
V) ddn (נדד NDD) - Toss: To be thrown about or wander around as nodding the head. [Hebrew and Aramaic] KJV (29): (vf: Paal, Hiphil, Hophal) flee, wander, chase, go - Strongs: H5074 (נָדַד), H5075 (נְדַד)
V) dfn (נוד NWD) - Nod: To shake or wag out of pity, sorrow or wandering. [Hebrew and Aramaic] KJV (25): (vf: Paal, Hiphil) bemoan, remove, vagabond, flee, get, mourn, move, pity, shake, skip, sorry, wag, wander, go - Strongs: H5110 (נוּד), H5111 (נוּד)
Nf1) edin (נידה NYDH) - Removal: Something that is removed or thrown out. A menstruating woman is removed from the camp. KJV (30): remove, separation, put apart, filthiness, flowers, far, set apart, menstruous, removed, unclean, uncleanness - Strongs: H5079 (נִדָּה), H5206 (נִידָה)
Jeff Benner, Ancient Hebrew Research Center Used by permission of the author.
נָדַד plur. נָֽדְדוּ; inf. נְדֹד; fut. יִדֹּד Nahum 3:7, and יִדַּד Genesis 31:40.
(1) trans. to move, e.g. the wings of a bird, Isaiah 10:14. (Cogn. נוּד, נוּט; compare also Sanscr. nat, to move, to be moved.)
(2) intrans, to move oneself, hence, to wander about; used of a bird, Proverbs 27:8; Isaiah 16:2 used of men, Job 15:23. Part. נוֹדֵד a wanderer, a fugitive, Isaiah 16:3, 21:14 Jeremiah 49:5.
(3) to flee, to flee away, Psalms 31:12, 55:8 68:13 to fly away (used of a bird), Jerem. 4:25 9:9. (Arab. نَدَّ to wander, to flee away.) From the idea of putting to flight (causat. see Hiphil), it is
(4) to remove, to put away; hence (from the Syriac usage), to abominate; see נִדָּה.
Poal נוֹדַד to flee away, to fly away, Nahum 3:17.
Hiphil הֵנֵד to put to flight, to cast out, Job 18:18.
Hophal הֻנַּד (in the Chaldee manner for הוּנַד), to be cast out; part. מֻנָּד 2 Samuel 23:6 fut. יֻנַּד to flee away, Job 20:8.
Hithpoel, to flee, Psalms 64:9.
Derived nouns, נְדֻדִים, נִדָּה and נִידָה, מִדַּד; comp. also נֵד.
the Week of Proper 8 / Ordinary 13