bakar: to bear new fruit, to constitute as first-bornOriginal Word: בָּכַרPart of Speech:
NAS Exhaustive ConcordanceWord Origin
a prim. rootDefinition
to bear new fruit, to constitute as first-bornNASB Translation
bear (1), first child (1), firstborn (2), giving birth (1), make (1).
(Late Hebrew בְּכֵּר
, Aramaic בַּכֵּר
; compare Arabic rise early, do anything early
, virgin, woman having her first child
; Ethiopic primogenitus
; Assyrian bukru
, Dl§ 65, 5
Pi`el Imperfect יְבַכֵּר Ezekiel 47:12; Infinitive לְבַכֵּר Deuteronomy 21:16; —
1 bear early, new fruit Ezekiel 47:12.
2 make or constitute as first-born Deuteronomy 21:16 (denominative of בכיר).
Pu`al Imperfect יְבֻכַּר Leviticus 27:26 born or made a firstling.
Hiph`il Participle f. מַבְכִּירָה Jeremiah 4:31 one bearing her first child.
make firstborn, be firstling, bring forth first child new fruit
A primitive root; properly, to burst the womb, i.e. (causatively) bear or make early fruit (of woman or tree); also (as denominative from bikkuwr) to give the birthright -- make firstborn, be firstling, bring forth first child (new fruit).
see HEBREW bikkuwr