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Old Testament Hebrew Lexical Dictionary
Strong's #7112 - קָצַץ
1) to cut off
1a) (Qal) to cut off
1b) (Piel) to cut or hew off, cut in two, cut in pieces
1c) (Pual) to be cut or hewn off
V) yyq (קתסתס QTsTs) - Cut-off: To make an end of something by cutting it off. [Hebrew and Aramaic] [df: ooq] KJV (16): (vf: Paal, Pual, Piel) cut off, utmost, cut - Strongs: H7082 (קָסַס), H7112 (קָצַץ), H7113 (קְצַץ)
V) yfq (קותס QWTs) - I. Awake:An end to sleep. II. Loath:To consider something cut off. KJV (31): (vf: Paal, Hiphil) abhor, weary, loath, distress, vex, grieve, awake, wake, arise, watch - Strongs: H6973 (קוּץ), H6974 (קוּץ)
Jeff Benner, Ancient Hebrew Research Center Used by permission of the author.
קָצַץ to cut off, to amputate, e.g. the hand, Deuteronomy 25:12 the beard, Jeremiah 9:25, 25:23. (Arab. قَصَّ to cut the nails and hair.) See under קָצַב.
Piel קִצּץ and קִצֵּץ
(1) to cut off, to cut asunder, e.g. a rope, Psal. 129:4 a hand, thumbs, Judges 1:6; 2 Samuel 4:12 a spear, Psalms 46:10.
(2) to divide, cut up (into threads), Exodus 39:3.
(3) to cut away, to cut loose, 2 Kings 18:16, 24:13.
Hophal, part. מְקֻצָּצִים, pass. of Piel No. 1, Judges 1:7. Derived noun, קֵץ (whence denom. קִיצוֹן for קִצּוֹן).
the Week of Proper 14 / Ordinary 19