7292. rahab
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rahab: to act stormily, boisterously or arrogantly
Original Word: רָהַב
Part of Speech: Verb
Transliteration: rahab
Phonetic Spelling: (raw-hab')
Short Definition: confused

NAS Exhaustive Concordance
Word Origin
a prim. root
to act stormily, boisterously or arrogantly
NASB Translation
confused (1), importune (1), made me bold (1), storm (1).

[רָהַב] verb act stormily, boisterously, arrogantly (Ecclus 13:8; Late Hebrew id., Hiph`il make proud (rare), ᵑ7 רְהֵב be arrogant; Assyrian ra°âbu, storm at (angrily); Arabic be alarmed, frightened; Syriac , Pe`al Participle trembling, hastening, Aph`el terrify, hasten); —

Qal Imperfect3masculine plural יִרְחֲבוּ הַנַּעַר בַּזָּקֵן Isaiah 3:5 ("" וְנִגַּשׂ) storm against (ᵐ5 προσκόψει); Imperative רְהַב רֵעֶ(י)ךָ Proverbs 6:3 beset, importune, thy friend (PerlesAnal. 61 conjecture רְהַן give surety, compare Late Hebrew הרהין).

Hiph`il Perfect3masculine plural suffix הִרְהִיבֻ֑נִי Songs 6:5, of eyes, dubious: alarm me Hi Ew Bu, awe me Gi, disturb, confuse me, Oettli DrIntr. 419 (446) Buhl; Imperfect2masculine singular suffix תַּרְהִבֵנִי Psalm 138:3 (subject ׳י), Buhl Bae Dr thou makest me proud, bold (Thes De Che denominative of רֹהַב).

overcome, behave self proudly, make sure, strengthen

A primitive root; to urge severely, i.e. (figuratively) importune, embolden, capture, act insolently -- overcome, behave self proudly, make sure, strengthen.

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