1641. garar
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garar: to drag, drag away
Original Word: גָּרַר
Part of Speech: Verb
Transliteration: garar
Phonetic Spelling: (gaw-rar')
Short Definition: away

NAS Exhaustive Concordance
Word Origin
a prim. root
to drag, drag away
NASB Translation
chew (1), drag them away (2), sawed (1), sweeping (1).

[גָּרַר] verb drag, drag away (Late Hebrew id., Arabic Aramaic גְּרַר, ; Assyrian garâru, run, ZimBP 102; etc.) —

Qal Imperfect suffix יְנֹרֵהוּ Habakkuk 1:15, יְגוֺרֵם Proverbs 21:7drag away, fishes in net, figurative Habakkuk 1:15 (Chaldeans, their opponents); violence, the wicked Proverbs 21:7.

Niph`al (read

Qal ? Samaritan יָגוֺר compare Di) Imperfect יִגָּ֑ר Leviticus 11:7 with accusative of congnate meaning with verb גֵּרָה לֹאיִֿגָּ֑ר = (the) cud he cheweth not, compare also Deuteronomy 14:8 ᵐ5 (Di).

Po`al Participle (denominative; so Late Hebrew Qal & Niph`al) מִגֹרָרוֺת בַּמְּגֵרָה 1 Kings 7:9 sawn with the saw.

Hithpo`el סַעַר מִתְגּוֺרֵ֑ר Jeremiah 36:23 a (sweeping) roaring whirlwind ("" Jeremiah 23:19 has מִתְחוֺלֵל). On יִתְגּוֺרָרוּ Hosea 7:14, see I.גור, גדד.

catch, chew, continuing, destroy, saw

A primitive root; to drag off roughly; by implication, to bring up the cud (i.e. Ruminate); by analogy, to saw -- catch, chew, X continuing, destroy, saw.

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