8539. tamah
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tamah: to be astounded or dumbfounded
Original Word: תָּמַהּ
Part of Speech: Verb
Transliteration: tamah
Phonetic Spelling: (taw-mah')
Short Definition: amazed

NAS Exhaustive Concordance
Word Origin
a prim. root
to be astounded or dumbfounded
NASB Translation
amazed (2), astonished (1), astonishment (2), astounded (1), look (1), looked (1), shocked (1), wait (1), wonder (1).

[תָּמַהּ] verb be astounded, dumbfounded (Late Hebrew id.; so Aramaic תְּמַהּ, ); —

Qal Perfect3plural תָּמָ֑הוּ Psalm 48:6; Imperfect2masculine singular תִּתְמֶהּ Ecclesiastes 5:7; 3masculine plural יִתְמְהוּ Job 26:11, etc.; Imperative masculine plural תְּמָ֑הוּ Isaiah 29:9; Habakkuk 1:5; — be astounded Isaiah 29:9; Habakkuk 1:5 (see Hithpa`el), Jeremiah 4:9 ("" שׁמם, Niph`al), Psalm 48:6; + מִן causative Job 26:11; + על of thing at which Exodus 5:7; look in astonishment at אִישׁ אֶלרֵֿעֵהוּ ׳ת Genesis 43:33 (J), Isaiah 13:8.

Hithpa`el Imperative masculine plural +

Qal Imperative וְהִתַּמְּהוּ תְּמָהוּ Habakkuk 1:5 (see above), literally astonish yourselves, be astounded but We

Hithpalpel הִתְמַהְמְהוּ; Gr reads infinitive absolute תָּמַהַּ (Marti and others וּתְמָהוּ) for תמהו.

be amazed, be astonished, marvelously, wonder

A primitive root; to be in consternation -- be amazed, be astonished, marvel(-lously), wonder.

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