the Week of Proper 21 / Ordinary 26
Old Testament Hebrew Lexical Dictionary Hebrew Lexicon
Strong's #686 - אָצַר
1) to store up, save, lay up
1a) (Qal) to store up, make treasurer
1b) (Niphal) treasured
Nm ) ry (תסר TsR) - I. Enemy:One who closes in with pressure. II. Strait:A narrow tight place or situation. KJV (105): enemy, adversary, trouble, distress, affliction, foe, narrow, strait, flint, sorrow - Strongs: H6862 (צָר)
V) rya (אתסר ATsR) - I. Belt:To wrap around tightly. [df: rza]II. Store:To store up something in a safe place as if bound up. KJV (21): (vf: Paal, Niphal, Piel) gird, bind, compass, store, treasure - Strongs: H247 (אָזַר), H686 (אָצַר)
gf) refy (תסוהר TsWHR) - Shining: Something that shines bright. Also noon as the brightest part of the day. From the glistening of olive oil. [df: rhz] KJV (26): brightness, noon, noonday, day, midday, window - Strongs: H2096 (זֹהַר), H6672 (צָהֳרַיִם)
V) rfy (תסור TsWR) - Press: [df: rwz] KJV (41): (vf: Paal) besiege, siege, distress, bind, adversary, assault, bag, beset, cast, fashion, fortify, inclose, bind, crush, closed, thrust - Strongs: H2115 (זוּר), H6696 (צוּר)
Nm ) rfy (תסור TsWR) - Flint: A very hard rock that when fractured forms a razor sharp edge. Used for knives, spears or arrowheads. KJV (80): rock, strength, sharp, god, beauty, edge, stone, mighty, strong, stone, flint - Strongs: H6697 (צֻר), H6864 (צֹר)
V) ryi (יתסר YTsR) - Press: To pressed or squeeze out of shape or into a shape as when pressing clay into a shape. KJV (71): (vf: Paal, Niphal, Hophal, Pual) distressed, straitened, straits, vex, narrow, form, potter, fashion, maker, frame, make, former, earthen, purpose - Strongs: H3334 (יָצַר), H3335 (יָצַר)
Nm) riy (תסיר TsYR) - I. Pain:A pressing pain. II. Idol:As pressed out of clay. III. Hinge:As pressed. The weight of the door rested on the hinge. IV. Messenger:KJV (14): ambassador, messenger, pain, pang, sorrow, idol, hinge - Strongs: H6735 (צִיר), H6736 (צִיר)
Jeff Benner, Ancient Hebrew Research Center Used by permission of the author.
Qal Perfect 3 plural אָֽצְרוּ 2 Kings 20:17; Isaiah 39:6; Participle הָאֹצְרִים Amos 3:10; — store up) treasure 2 Kings 20:17 = Isaiah 39:6; object חָמָס וָשֹׁד Amos 3:10, i.e. treasure gained by violence robbery.
Niph`al Imperfect יֵאָצֵר be stored up, of the merchandise of Tyre Isaiah 23:18.
Hiph`il Imperfect וָאוֺצְרָה (compare Kö i, 391) ( denominative from אוֺצָר) Nehemiah 13:13 and I appointed treasurer, followed by accusative of person + עַלאֿוֺצָרוֺת.
אָצַר to lay up, to store, to heap up, to treasure up. (The primary idea is that of shutting up, enclosing, restraining; compare the cognate roots חָצַר, עָצַר, also אָזַר, אָסַר and Arab. أَصَرَ to shut up, to restrain, kindred to which are اسر and حصر.) 2 Kings 20:17; Isaiah 39:6; Amos 3:10.
Niphal, pass. Isaiah 23:18.
Hiphil, to cause to lay up in a treasury, i.e. to set any one over a treasury; Nehemiah 13:13, וָאוֹצְרָה עַל אוֹצָרוֹת “and I made treasurers over the treasuries.”
Hence are derived אוֹצָר and
Old Testament Hebrew Lexical Dictionary developed by Jeff Garrison for StudyLight.org.
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