yasad: to establish, found, fixOriginal Word: יָסַדPart of Speech:
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a prim. rootDefinition
to establish, found, fixNASB Translation
appointed (2), established (4), firmly placed (1), found (1), foundation (6), foundation will be laid (1), foundations i will lay (1), foundations which laid (1), founded (11), given orders (1), laid (5), laid its foundations (1), laid the foundation (3), laid the foundations (1), lay its foundation (1), lay the foundation (1), laying (1), lays the foundation (1), make (1), rebuilding (1), set (1), take counsel (1), took counsel (1).
Brown-Driver-Briggs יָסַד verb establish, found, fix
(Late Hebrew id.
, especially Pi`el; Aramaic יְסַד
; perhaps originally fix firm
; Arabic pillow
; verb denominative II.fix as a pillow against one
; see lean against, recline
Saad Genesis 28:11
; in Hebrew usually fix firm
so as to found
Qal Perfect יָסַד Psalm 104:5; Proverbs 3:19; suffix יְסָדָהּ Psalm 24:2 3t.; 3 feminine singular יָסְדָה Isaiah 48:13; יָסַדְתָּ Psalm 104:8; יָסַ֑֫דְתָּ Psalm 102:26; suffix יְסַדְתּוֺ Habakkuk 1:12; יְסַדְתָּם Psalm 89:12; Psalm 119:152; וִיסַדְתִּיךְ consecutive Isaiah 54:11; Infinitive וִיסוֺד2Chronicles 24:27; לִיסּוֺד2Chronicles 31:7 (see Ges§ 69, 2, R. 1; Baer לְיִסּוֺד); לִיסֹד Isaiah 51:16; יָסְדִי Job 38:4; יָסְדוֺ Ezra 3:12; Participle יִסֵד Isaiah 51:13; Zechariah 12:1 + Isaiah 28:16 (Checritical note, ᵑ0 יִסַּד); — found, establish, with accusative, the earth Psalm 24:2 ("" כונן), compare Psalm 78:69 (object omitted), Psalm 89:12; Psalm 102:26; Psalm 104:5 compare Psalm 89:8 (followed by לְ), Proverbs 3:19; Isaiah 48:13; Job 38:4; Isaiah 51:13,16; Zechariah 12:1, vault of heaven Amos 9:6; of founding the second temple Ezra 3:12, of restoration under Joash, Infinitive יְסוֺד2Chronicles 24:27; metaphor of future Israel Isaiah 54:11; of ׳י, establish the Chaldaean (as his instrument) להוכיח for correction Habakkuk 1:12 ("" שִׁים), his commandments Psalm 119:152; in weakened sense (si vera lectio) יָסַד לְצִיִּים Isaiah 23:13 appoint a city for desert-creatures (on meaning in context, see Di); appoint, fix Ezra 7:9 emended (see יְסֻד); found, begin, heaps of offerings in ׳יs house 2 Chronicles 31:7.
Niph`al Perfect3plural נוֺסְְדוּ Psalm 2:2; Imperfect2masculine singular תִּוָּסֵד Isaiah 44:28; Infinitive הִוָּסְדָהּ Exodus 9:18; הִיָּסְדָם Psalm 31:14; —
1 fix or seat themselves close together sit in conclave Psalm 2:2; Psalm 31:14 ( > Bae from , δμιλιἀ ), but Lag's emendation נוֺעֲדוּ is probably (compare Nehemiah 6:2).
2 be founded, Isaiah 44:28 (temple), Exodus 9:18 (Egypt).
Pi`el Perfect יִסַּד Isaiah 14:32 3t.; יִסְּדָהּ 1 Kings 16:34; יִסַּ֫דְתָּ Psalm 8:3; יִסְּדוּ Zechariah 4:9; Ezra 3:10; Imperfect יְיַסְּדֶנָּה Joshua 6:26; Infinitive לְיַסֵּד 1 Kings 5:31; —
1 found (= Qal), followed by active, city Joshua 6:26 (JE), 1 Kings 16:34, temple 1 Kings 5:31; Zechariah 4:9; Ezra 3:10; Zion Isaiah 14:32; Isaiah 28:16 הִנְנִי יִסַּד (read יֹסֵד; see above)
2 establish Psalm 8:3 followed by עֹז; appoint, ordain (late) 1 Chronicles 9:22 (followed by accusative), Esther 1:8 (absolute)
Pu`al Perfect, יֻסַּד 1 Kings 6:37 2t.; יֻסָּ֑ד Ezra 3:6 Participle מְיסָֻּ֑ד 1 Kings 7:10; מְיסָֻּדִים Songs 5:15; be founded, be laid, of a foundation 1 Kings 6:37; Ezra 3:6; Haggai 2:18; Zechariah 8:9; Participle = substantive foundation 1 Kings 7:10, compare מוסד below; pillars set on bases, simile of legs Songs 5:15.
Hoph`al be founded: Infinitive הוּסַד2Chronicles 3:3; Ezra 3:11; Participle מוּסָּד Isaiah 28:16; — the being founded, founding, ׳עַל הוּסַד בֵּית י Ezra 3:11 because of the founding (laying the foundation) of the house of ׳י; וְאֵלֶּה ׳הוּסַד שְׁלֹמֹה לִבְנוֺת וגו2Chronicles 3:3 and this is (literally these are) the founding of Solomon to build the house of God, i.e. this is the foundation which Solomon laid for building, etc.; Participle מוּסָד מוּסָּד Isaiah 28:16 a foundation founded, i.e. well laid (compare חֵפֶשׂ מְחֻמָּשׂ, חָכָם מְחֻכָּם).
appoint, take counsel, establish, lay the, lay for a foundation, instruct, lay, ordain,
A primitive root; to set (literally or figuratively); intensively, to found; reflexively, to sit down together, i.e. Settle, consult -- appoint, take counsel, establish, (lay the, lay for a) found(-ation), instruct, lay, ordain, set, X sure.