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Old Testament Hebrew Lexical Dictionary Hebrew Lexicon
Strong's #6998 - קָטַף
1) to pluck off or out, cut off
1a) (Qal) to pluck off
1b) (Niphal) to be plucked off
Jeff Benner, Ancient Hebrew Research Center Used by permission of the author.
Qal Perfect 3 masculine singularקָטָ֑ף Ezekiel 17:4 he [i.e. eagle, in figure] plucked off twigs; 2 masculine singular וְקָטַפְתָּ֫ Deuteronomy 23:26 (ears of grain, בְּיָדֶ֑ךָ); Imperfect 1 singular אֶקְטֹף Ezekiel 17:22 (subject ׳י; accusative +מִן from); Participle masculine plural הַקֹּטְפִים Job 30:4 they who pluck out the mallow.
Niph`al Imperfect 3 masculine singular יָקָּטֵב Job 8:12 it is not plucked off.
I. קטר (√ of following; compare Assyrian ‡utru (with ת) smoke; Talmud, ᵑ7קִיטְרָא, קוּטְרָא (thick) smoke; Arabic smoke (said of fire); usually exhale odour (especially of roast meat); Assyrian ‡utrinnu, incense-offering; Sabean מקטר censer CIS iv. Nos.26,1. 6; 30,1.4. Ethiopic : incense; Egyptian k@atalqa Bondi74ff. kataruti WMM As.u.Eur.97 = קְטֹרֶת, קְטָרוֺת; Late Hebrew [קָטַר] smoke (said of incense)).
קָטַף fut. יִקְטֹף to pluck off, to break off, as ears of corn, branches, Deut. 23:26 Job 30:4.
Niphal, pass., Job 8:12.