3286. yaeph
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yaeph: to be weary, faint
Original Word: יָעַף
Part of Speech: Verb
Transliteration: yaeph
Phonetic Spelling: (yaw-af')
Short Definition: weary

NAS Exhaustive Concordance
Word Origin
a prim. root
to be weary, faint
NASB Translation
become exhausted (2), become weary (3), becomes weary (1), extreme (1), grow weary (2).

I. [יָעֵף] verb be weary, faint (Arabic run and shew weariness) —

Qal Perfect וְיָעֵ֑פוּ consecutive Jeremiah 51:58,64; Imperfect יִיעַף Isaiah 40:28; וַיִּעָ֑ף Isaiah 44:12; יִָֽעֲפוּ Isaiah 40:30; יִיעָ֑פוּ Isaiah 40:31; Jeremiah 2:24; יִעָ֑פוּ Habakkuk 2:13; — be or grow weary Jeremiah 2:24 (in seeking); = exhaust onself fruitlessly Habakkuk 2:13 ("" יגע), hence Jeremiah 51:58,64 (repeated by error from Jeremiah 51:58); of ׳י (negative) Isaiah 40:28 ("" יגע); youth Isaiah 40:30 ("" id.); the god-fearing Isaiah 40:31 ("" id.); be faint from lack of water Isaiah 44:12 ("" אֵין כֹּחַ from hunger).

Hoph`al Participle wearied Daniel 9:21 מֻעָף בִּיעָף (see יְעָף).

faint, cause to fly, be weary self

A primitive root; to tire (as if from wearisome flight) -- faint, cause to fly, (be) weary (self).

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