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Old Testament Hebrew Lexical Dictionary Hebrew Lexicon
Strong's #6329 - פּוּק
1) to bring out, furnish, promote, go out, issue
1a1) to produce, furnish
1a2) to bring out, elicit, obtain, cause to come out from
1a3) to promote
1a4) to cause to go out to
1387) qp (פק PQ) AC: Crumble CO: Riverbank AB: ?: The riverbank restrains the river but the force of the river also eats away at the bank causing it to erode and collapse. (eng: peek -see adopted roots)
V) qfp (פוק PWQ) - I. Crumble: II. Advance:The advancing water from the crumbling riverbank causing it to become wider. KJV (9): (vf: Paal, Hiphil) stumble, move - Strongs: H6328 (פּוּק), H6329 (פּוּק)
Jeff Benner, Ancient Hebrew Research Center Used by permission of the author.
1 produce, furnish: Imperfect (jussive) וְתָפֵק לָרָעֵב Isaiah 58:10 with נַפְשְׁךָ (read perhaps לַחְמְךָ see Che Hpt); Participle מְפִיקִיםמִזַּן אֶלזַֿן Psalm 144:13 (see זַן).
2 bring out, elicit, obtain, with accusative; יָפִיק Proverbs 3:13, + מִן person, וַיָּפֶק Proverbs 8:35; Proverbs 18:22 (all "" מצא), Proverbs 12:2.
3זְמָמוֺ אַלתָּֿפֵק Psalm 140:9 his device do not promote.
פּוּק to move to and fro, Isaiah 28:7. Not found in the cognate languages, but it is of the same stock as wanken, with a sibilant prefixed fchwanken (ant. wagen); with a diminut. vacillo, wackeln. Comp. פּוּךְ.
Hiphil, id., Jeremiah 10:4, וְלֹא יָפִיק “and it moveth not.” So it is commonly taken. But perhaps it ought rather to be taken causatively, “he causes it not to move.”
Derivatives פּוּקָה, פִּיק.
פּוּק to go out, i.q. Chald. נְפַק.
(1) to give out to furnish, Psalms 144:13; Isaiah 58:10.
(2) to cause to come forth from any one, i.e. to get or obtain from him, Proverbs 3:13, 12:2 8:35 18:22. LXX. λαμβάνω.
(3) to bring to an end, to let succeed, Psalms 140:9.