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Old Testament Hebrew Lexical Dictionary Hebrew Lexicon
Strong's #6257 - עָתַד
1) to be ready, make ready, prepare
1a) (Piel) to make ready
1b) (Hithpael) to be prepared
Jeff Benner, Ancient Hebrew Research Center Used by permission of the author.
Pi`el Imperative masculine singular suffix וְעַתְּדָהּ Proverbs 24:27 and make it ready i. e. thy work ("" הָכֵן).
Hithpa`el Perfect 3 pluralהִתְעַתְּדוּ לִגַלִּים Job 15:28 which [houses] were prepared (destined) for (i.e. to be) heaps of ruin.
[עֲתִיד] adjective ready (see Biblical Hebrew I. עתד); — plural עֲתִידִין Daniel 3:15, followed by clause with דִּי.
עָתַד Arab. to be ready, prompt; not used in Kal; Arab. عَتُدَ.
Piel, to make ready, Proverbs 24:27.
Hithpael, to be ready, destined to be any thing; followed by לְ Job 15:28.
Derivatives, עָתִיד, עַתּוּד.