daqar: to pierce, pierce throughOriginal Word: דָּקַרPart of Speech:
NAS Exhaustive ConcordanceWord Origin
a prim. rootDefinition
to pierce, pierce throughNASB Translation
pierce him through (1), pierce me through (2), pierced (1), pierced him through (1), pierced of them through (1), pierced through (1), stricken (1), thrust me through (1), thrust through (1), wounded (1).
] verb pierce, pierce through
(Late Hebrew id.
, Aramaic דְּקַר
Qal Perfect3plural דָּקָ֑רוּ Zechariah 12:10; suffix וּדְקָרֻנִי consecutive 1 Samuel 31:4, וּדְקָרֻהוּ consecutive Zechariah 13:3; Imperfect וַיִּדְקֹר Numbers 25:8, וַיִּדְקְרֵהוּ Judges 9:54 — pierce, run through (always with accusative): as retributive act, Israelite and Midianite woman Numbers 25:8; false prophet Zechariah 13:3; but also as speedy death Judges 9:54 (Abimelech); 1 Samuel 31:4 a (Saul) = 1 Chronicles 10:4, also 1 Samuel 31:4b (but strike out Be We after 1 Chronicles 10:4 & so ᵐ5L 1 Samuel 31:4 b), see also Zechariah 12:10 (compare John 19:37).
Niph`al Imperfect יִדָּקֵר be pierced through, slain Isaiah 13:15 (in conquest of Babylonian by Medes).
Pu`al Participle plural מְדֻקָּרִים pierced, riddled, (i.e. desperately wounded) warriors, Jeremiah 37:10, slain Jeremiah 51:4 ("" חללים); by hunger Lamentations 4:9 ("" חַלְלֵי רָעָב).
pierce, strike through, wound
A primitive root; to stab; by analogy, to starve; figuratively, to revile -- pierce, strike (thrust) through, wound.