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Old Testament Hebrew Lexical Dictionary Hebrew Lexicon
Strong's #5756 - עוּז
1) (Hiphil) to take refuge, bring to refuge, seek refuge
Jeff Benner, Ancient Hebrew Research Center Used by permission of the author.
Qal Infinitive construct לָעוֺז בְּמָעוֺז Isaiah 30:2 ("" לַחְסוֺת בְּ).
Hiph`il bring into safety, Perfect 3 masculine plural הֵעִ֫יזוּ Isaiah 10:31, object omitted, and so Imperative masculine plural הָעִ֫יזוּ Jeremiah 4:6, הָעִ֫זוּ מִקֶּרֶב Jeremiah 6:1; with accusative, masculine singular הָעֵז Exodus 9:19.
עוּז Arab. عَلذَ Med. Waw, to flee for refuge, (kindred roots are עוּשׁ, חוּשׁ), followed by בְּ to any one, Isaiah 30:2.
Hiphil, causat. to cause to flee, i.e. to set any thing in safety (Germ. feine Habe flüchten), Exodus 9:19, and without an acc. to set one’s own things in safety, Isaiah 10:31; Jeremiah 4:6, 6:1.