5110. nud
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nud: to move to and fro, wander, flutter, show grief
Original Word: נוּד
Part of Speech: Verb
Transliteration: nud
Phonetic Spelling: (nood)
Short Definition: mourn

NAS Exhaustive Concordance
Word Origin
a prim. root
to move to and fro, wander, flutter, show grief
NASB Translation
console (1), consoled (1), drive away (1), flee (2), flitting (1), grieve (1), grieving (1), mourn (4), shake (2), shaken (1), sympathize (1), sympathy (1), totters (1), wander (2), wandered (1), wanderer (2), waver (1).

נוּד verb move to and fro, wander, flutter, shew grief (Late Hebrew id. (rare); Aramaic נוּד, shake, move to and fro, be disturbed, agitated; Biblical Aramaic flee (see below); Arabic () waver, totter); —

Qal Perfect3masculine singular נָד so read for ᵑ0 נֵד Isaiah 17:11 Ges Hi Ew Di Kit CheHpt RV; 3 plural נָ֫דוּ Jeremiah 50:3; Imperfect3masculine singular יָנוּד 1 Kings 14:15 3t.; 2 masculine singular תָּנוּד Jeremiah 4:1 jussive תָּנֹד Jeremiah 16:5; 3masculine plural וַיָּנֻ֫דוּ Job 42:11; 2masculine plural תָּנֻ֫דוּ Jeremiah 22:10; Imperative feminine singular פָנ֫וּדִי Psalm 11:1 Qr (Kt נודו); masculine plural נֻ֫דוּ Jeremiah 48:17 2t. Jeremiah; Infinitive לָנוּד Job 2:11 2t.; Participle נָד Genesis 4:12,14; —

1. a. move to and fro, wander aimlessly, as fugitive, נָע וָנָד Genesis 4:12,14 (J), Jeremiah 4:1 (Gie, as apodosis, so RV; but Ew Hi Gf Che Ke, as protasis, if thou wanderest not [morally], and swearest, etc., — Ew Hi reading with ᵐ5 שׁקוציך מִמִּיךָ וּמִמָּנַי לא תנוד; Co strike out Jeremiah 4:1; Jeremiah 4:2); take flight (perhaps metaplastic form of נדד q. v.), נֻסוּ נֻּדוּ מְאֹד Jeremiah 49:30 (on daghesh see Ges§ 20g), of harvest Isaiah 17:21 i.e. be destroyed, in figure (see above); Jeremiah 50:3 ("" הלך), Jeremiah 50:8 (followed by מִתּוֺךְ; "" יצא).

b. flutter, of bird Proverbs 26:2 ("" עוּף); figurative of soul Psalm 11:1.

c. waver, wave, shake, of reed 1 Kings 14:15 (simile of smitten Israel).

2 shew grief (i. e. by shaking or nodding head), usually followed by ל person:

a. lament for the dead (Josiah) Jeremiah 22:10 ("" בכה), for Jerusalem Jeremiah 15:5 ("" חמל), Jeremiah 16:5 ("" ספד), Isaiah 51:19; for Nineveh Nahum 3:7; Moab Jeremiah 48:17.

b. condole, shew sympathy with Job 2:11; Job 42:11; absolute Psalm 69:21.

Hiph`il Imperfect3masculine singular יָנִיד Jeremiah 18:16; 3feminine singular suffix תְּנִדֵנִי Psalm 36:12; Imperative masculine singular suffix הֲנִידֵ֑מוֺ Psalm 59:12 (so read for ᵑ0 הורידמו ᵑ6 LagProph. Chald, xlviii. Dr2Samuel 15:20 compare Checritical note Hup-Now Bae Du); Infinitive לְהָנִיד 2 Kings 21:8; —

1 cause to wander aimlessly, as fugitives, with accusative of person Psalm 36:12; Psalm 59:12 (see above), followed by רֶגֶל 2 Kings 21:8.

2 make a wagging, wag with the head, בְּראֹשׁ Jeremiah 18:16.

Hoph`al Participle כְּקוֺץ מֻנָֿד 2 Samuel 23:6 and the worthless, like briers made to flutter (tossed away) are they (text dubious; Klo Bu HPS read מדבר).

Hithpo`lel Perfect3feminine singular וְהִתְנוֺדֲדָה consecutive Isaiah 24:20; Imperfect2masculine singular תִּתְנוֺדָ֑ד Jeremiah 48:27; Participle מִתְנוֺדֵד Jeremiah 31:18; —

1 move oneself to and fro, sway, totter, Isaiah 24:20 (of earth).

2 shake oneself, in excitement Jeremiah 48:27 (perhaps of scorn = wag the head, as Hiph`il Jeremiah 18:16 compare Gf RV).

3 bemoan oneself (compare Qal 2), Jeremiah 31:18 (the lament follows in oratio recta [direct speech]).

bemoan, flee, get, mourn, make to move, take pity, remove, shake,

A primitive root; to nod, i.e. Waver; figuratively, to wander, flee, disappear; also (from shaking the head in sympathy), to console, deplore, or (from tossing the head in scorn) taunt -- bemoan, flee, get, mourn, make to move, take pity, remove, shake, skip for joy, be sorry, vagabond, way, wandering.

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