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Old Testament Hebrew Lexical Dictionary
Strong's #6484 - פָּצַר
1) to press, push
1a) (Qal) to push, press
1b) (Hiphil) be insolent, display pushing (arrogance, presumption)
Jeff Benner, Ancient Hebrew Research Center Used by permission of the author.
פָּצַר fut. יִפְצַר pr. (see Schult. Opp. Min. p. 168) to beat, to make blunt, i.q. Arab. فطر (whence פְּצִירָה, which see); hence to urge, to press, followed by בְּ of pers.
(a) with prayers (compare obtundere precibus), Genesis 19:3, 33:11.
(b) with a hostile mind, Genesis 19:9. Compare cognate פָּרַץ בְּ.
Hiphil, to strike on the mind; hence to be dull, stubborn, 1 Samuel 15:23. Inf. used as a noun, הַפְצַר stubbornness, ibid., coupled with מְרִי.
the Week of Proper 14 / Ordinary 19