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Old Testament Hebrew Lexical Dictionary Hebrew Lexicon
Strong's #5596 - שָׂפַח
1) to join, attach to, join together
1a) (Qal) to join, attach to
1b) (Niphal) to attach oneself
1c) (Piel) joining (participle)
1d) (Pual) to be joined together, hold oneself together
1e) (Hithpael) to join oneself
2) (Piel) to cause a scab upon, smite with scab
Jeff Benner, Ancient Hebrew Research Center Used by permission of the author.
Qal Imperative masculine singular suffix׳סְפָחֵ֫נִי נָא אֶלוֿגו 1 Samuel 2:36 attach me, pray, to one of the priest's offices.
Niph`al Perfect 3 plural וְנִסְמְּחוּ עַלֿ consecutive Isaiah 14:1 and they shall attach themselves to the house of Jacob ("" נִלְוָה).
Pi`el Participle מְסַמֵּהַ חֲסָֽתְךָ Habakkuk 2:15 joining (to it ?) thy fury, but read probably מִסַּף (ח dittograph) from the goblet of thy fury (so We Gr Now GASm Da).
Pu`al Imperfect 3 masculine plural יְסֻמָּ֑חוּ Job 30:7 are joined together, hold themselves together (yet read perhaps Niph`al יִסָּפֵ֑חוּ Bu).
Hithpa`el Infinitive construct מֵהִסְתַּמֵּחַ 1 Samuel 26:19 they have driven me out from joining myself with (בְּ) the inheritance of ׳י.
II. ספח (√ of following; apparently pour out; compare Arabic pour out, shed (blood; Qor 6:146); Late Hebrew מִמֵּחַ of river, cast out alluvial soil, make new land).
שִׂמַּח verb Pi`el denominative cause a scab upon, smite with scab (שׂ substantive for ס); — וְשִׂמַּה אֲדֹנָי׳קָדְקָד וגו (consecutive) Isaiah 3:17 and Adonay shall smite with scab the crown of the daughters of Zion.
שָׂפַח prop. i.q. סָפַח No. II, to pour.
Piel שִׂפֵּחַ to make fall off, used of the hair, by disease, or scab; hence to make bald, Isaiah 3:17. Compare סַפַּחַת.