mush: to depart, removeOriginal Word: מוּשׁPart of Speech:
NAS Exhaustive ConcordanceWord Origin
a prim. rootDefinition
to depart, removeNASB Translation
cease (1), depart (6), departed (1), departs (2), give way (1), left (1), move (2), remove (2), removed (2), removes (1), take away (1).
Böii. 512 f.
; but Thes Köi. 511
think purely ו׳׳ע
verb depart, remove (Arabic (י) is walk with elegant, proud, self-conceited gait); —
Qal Perfect וּמָשׁ consecutive Zechariah 14:4; וּמַשְׁתִּ֫י Zechariah 3:9; מָ֫שׁוּ Numbers 14:44; Imperfect יָמוּשׁ Joshua 1:8; Isaiah 54:10, etc.; — depart, mostly of inanimate things ( = be removed) followed by מִן Joshua 1:8; Isaiah 59:21; Jeremiah 31:36; without preposition Proverbs 17:13 Qr, Isaiah 22:25; Isaiah 54:10 (twice in verse) ("" מוֺט); followed by ה locative Zechariah 14:4; followed by מִן person Judges 6:18; of both Numbers 14:44; transitive remove, followed by accusative Zechariah 3:9.
Hiph`il Imperfect יָמִישׁ Exodus 13:22 6t., etc.; remove, take away, followed by מִן Micah 2:3; followed by לְ Micah 2:4 (but ᵐ5 StaZAW vi. 1886, 122f. אֵין מֵשִׁיב for אֵיךְ יָמִישׁ); depart, followed by מִן person Exodus 33:11; figurative recede Job 23:12; of idol, leave its place, Isaiah 46:7; of other inanimate things, followed by מִן Exodus 13:22; figurative Psalm 55:12; Proverbs 17:13 Kt (Qr יָמוּשׁ); without preposition, absolute, Nahum 3:1, subject טֶרֶף; of righteous under figure of tree, לֹא יָמִישׁ מֵעֲשׂוֺת מֶּ֑רִי Jeremiah 17:8, i.e. shall not cease.
cease, depart, go back, remove, take away
A primitive root (perhaps rather the same as muwsh through the idea of receding by contact); to withdraw (both literally and figuratively, whether intransitive or transitive) -- cease, depart, go back, remove, take away.
see HEBREW muwsh