2904. tul
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tul: to hurl, cast
Original Word: טוּל
Part of Speech: Verb
Transliteration: tul
Phonetic Spelling: (tool)
Short Definition: hurled

NAS Exhaustive Concordance
Word Origin
a prim. root
to hurl, cast
NASB Translation
cast (2), hurl (3), hurled (4), hurled headlong (1), laid low (1), threw (2), throw (1).

[טוּל] verb Pilpel etc., hurl, cast (Arabic be extended, elongated; see HomNS 87 who compare Assyrian tâlu, Aramaic , טַיֵּל all walk about (compare spatiari, from spatium); Ethiopic : hang loosely, expand) —

Pilpel Participle מְטַלְטֶלְךָ טַלְטֵלָה גָ֫בֶר Isaiah 22:17 hurleth thee violently.

Hiph`il Perfect הֵטִיל Jonah 1:4; וְהֵטַלְתִּ֫י Jeremiah 16:13; Jeremiah 22:26; Imperfect וַיָּ֫טֶל 1 Samuel 18:11 (but see below), 1 Samuel 20:33; אֲטִילֶ֑ךָ Ezekiel 32:4 (ᵐ5 Co omitted) וַיָּטִ֫לוּ Jonah 1:5; וַיְטִלֻהוּ Jonah 1:15; cast, cast out, of casting a javelin (חֲנִית) 1 Samuel 18:11 (but read here וַיִּטֹל, √ נטל, and took up, so ᵐ5 ᵑ7 Th We Kp Kit, see also Dr); 1 Samuel 20:33 followed by על person aimed at; Jonah אֶלהַֿיָּם Jonah 1:12,15; also the cargo כֵּלִים Jonah 1:5; figurative of ׳י casting Pharaoh עלפֿני השׂדה Ezekiel 32:4 (Co strike out see above; "" וּנְטַשְׁתִּיךָ בָאָרֶץ); hurl (send violently), of ׳י sending furious wind Jonah 1:4; figurative of hurling king of Judah, etc. into exile Jeremiah 16:3 followed by accusative + מעל of land from which, and על of that to which; Jeremiah 22:26 with accusative + על of land to which.

Hoph`al Perfect הוּטֲלוּ Jeremiah 22:28; Imperfect יוּטַל Proverbs 16:33; יוּטָ֑ל Psalm 37:24; יֻטָֿ֑ל Job 41:1; —

1 be hurled, e.g. into exile Jeremiah 22:28 ("" הֻשְׁלְכוּ); hurled down, headlong, כִּי יִמֹּל לֹא יוּטָ֑ל Psalm 37:24 when he falls he shall not be hurled headlong (figurative of a good man); יֻטָֿ֑ל Job 41:1 be overwhelmed, at sight of the crocodile.

2 of inanimate thing, be cast, thrown, the lot בַּחֵיק יוּטַל אֶתהַֿגּוֺרָל Proverbs 16:33.

carry away, utterly cast down, forth, out, send out

A primitive root; to pitch over or reel; hence (transitively) to cast down or out -- carry away, (utterly) cast (down, forth, out), send out.

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