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Old Testament Hebrew Lexical Dictionary Hebrew Lexicon
Strong's #680 - אָצַל
1) to lay aside, reserve, withdraw, withhold
1a) (Qal) to reserve, set apart, withhold
1b) (Niphal) to be withdrawn
1c) (Hiphil) to withdraw
Jeff Benner, Ancient Hebrew Research Center Used by permission of the author.
Qal Perfect אָצַלְתָּ Genesis 27:36; אָצַלְתִּי Ecclesiastes 2:10; וְאָֽצַלְתִּ֫י consecutive Numbers 11:17; — reserve, לִי בְרָכָה Genesis 27:36; ( withdraw), set apart מִןהָֿרוּחַ Numbers 11:17; withhold מֵהֶם Ecclesiastes 2:10.
Niph`al Perfect נֶאֱצַל Ezekiel 42:6 be withdrawn, i.e. shortened or narrowed.
Hiph`il Imperfect וַיָּאצֶל Numbers 11:25 (Kö1. 390) = Qal Numbers 11:17.
(1) i.q. وصل to join, to connect together; whence אַצִּיל joint, אֵצֶל, אָצִיל No. 1, side, near; Arab. أَصْلُ a root, as that which joins a tree to the ground, أَصُلَ to put forth deep roots, prop. to be firmly joined to the ground; metaph. to be sprung from an ancient and noble stock; comp. אָצִיל No. 2.
(2) denom. from אֵצֶל prop. to put by the side, to separate (compare גָּנַב); hence followed by מִן to take away from, Numbers 11:17 to refuse, Ecclesiastes 2:10. Followed by לְ to reserve for any one, Genesis 27:36 (comp. הִבְדִּיל and גָּרַם followed by לְ). (This signification may be taken from אָצַר, ר being softened into ל.)
Niphal, to be narrowed, Ezekiel 42:6.
Hiphil, fut. וַיָּאצֶל i.q. Kal No. 2, Numbers 11:25.
The derivatives are given under Kal No. 1.