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Old Testament Hebrew Lexical Dictionary
Strong's #6064 - עָנַשׁ
1) to fine, amerce, punish, condemn, mulct
1a) (Qal) to fine, punish
1b) (Niphal) to be fined, be punished, be mulcted
Jeff Benner, Ancient Hebrew Research Center Used by permission of the author.
עָנַשׁ fut. יַעֲנשׁ to fine, to impose a fine, to amerce. (Found besides only in the Rabbinic dialect. The primary idea appears to be that of imposing, laying upon; compare cogn. עָמַס, עָמַשׂ). Construed followed by לְ Proverbs 17:26 followed by two acc. to amerce any one in a sum of money, Deuteronomy 22:19; 2 Chronicles 36:3 (used of sums of money exacted in war); in wine, Amos 2:8. Impers. Proverbs 21:11, בַּעֲנָשׁ־לֵץ “when they (the judges) amerce the scoffer.”
Niphal, to be fined, Exodus 21:22 gener. to be punished, Proverbs 22:3, 27:12.
[Hence the following words]
the Week of Proper 15 / Ordinary 20