1801. dalag
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dalag: to leap
Original Word: דָּלַג
Part of Speech: Verb
Transliteration: dalag
Phonetic Spelling: (daw-lag')
Short Definition: leap

NAS Exhaustive Concordance
Word Origin
a prim. root
to leap
NASB Translation
climbing (1), leap (4).

[דָּלַג] verb leap ( Late Hebrew spring over, skip (a verse), omit) —

Qal Participle דּוֺלֵג Zephaniah 1:9 leap, with article one leaping עלהַֿמִּפְתָּן; ᵐ5 1 Samuel 5:5 ὑπερβαίνοντες ὑπερβαίνουσιν = דָּלֹג יִדְלֹ֑גוּ compare Dr.

Pi`el Imperfect יְדַלֵּג Isaiah 35:6; אֲדַלֶּגֿ Psalm 18:30 = 2 Samuel 22:30; Participle מְדַלֵּג Songs 2:8; — leap, leap over with accusative שׁוּר Psalm 18:30 = 2 Samuel 22:30; absolute leap as the stag, כָּאַיָּל מִּסֵּחַ ׳יְד Isaiah 35:6; followed by על of locality Songs 2:8 ("" מְקַמֵּץ).


A primitive root; to spring -- leap.

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