suth: to incite, allure, instigateOriginal Word: סוּתPart of Speech:
NAS Exhaustive ConcordanceWord Origin
a prim. rootDefinition
to incite, allure, instigateNASB Translation
diverted (1), entice (2), enticed (1), incited (3), inciting (1), induced (1), mislead (2), misleading (1), misleads (1), misled (1), moved (1), persuaded (2), stirred (1).
] verb Hiph`il incite, allure, instigate
(Late Hebrew Hiph`il, id.
Hiph`il Perfect3masculine singular suffix הֱִסיתְךָ 1 Samuel 26:19, הֲסֵיתְךָ Job 36:16; 3feminine singular הֵסַ֫תָּה 1 Kings 21:25 (Ges§ 72w Köi. 460); 3 plural suffix הִסִּית֫וּךָ Jeremiah 38:22 (Ges§ 72ee); Imperfect3masculine singular יַסִּית 2 Kings 18:32 2t., but also וַיָּ֫סֶת 2 Samuel 24:1; 1 Chronicles 21:1, suffix יְִסיתְךָ Deuteronomy 13:7; Job 36:18, etc.; Participle מַסִּית Jeremiah 43:3; 2Chronicles 32:11; —
1. a. incite to make a request (with accusative of person + infinitive) Judges 1:14 (on text see GFM) = Joshua 15:18.
b. allure מִמֶּנּוּ וַיְסִיתֵם2Chronicles 18:31 and God allured them away from him (si vera lectio; strike out clause as gloss Be Kit); so also Job 36:16 according to De Hi Bu and others; he allureth thee out of the mouth of distress, but Di Du freedom hath seduced thee; for meaning seduce, entice, compare also Job 36:18.
2 instigate, in bad sense, with accusative of person, + בְּ against, 1 Samuel 26:19; 2 Samuel 24:1; Jeremiah 43:3; Job 2:3; with accusative of person alone 1 Kings 21:25; 2 Kings 18:32 = Isaiah 36:18, compare 2Chronicles 32:15; Deuteronomy 13:7; Jeremiah 38:22; + infinitive 1 Chronicles 21:1; 2Chronicles 18:2; 32:11.
noun see סוה
entice, move, persuade, provoke, remove, set on, stir up, take away
Perhaps denominative from shayith; properly, to prick, i.e. (figuratively) stimulate; by implication, to seduce -- entice, move, persuade, provoke, remove, set on, stir up, take away.
see HEBREW shayith