1877. deshe
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deshe: grass
Original Word: דֶּ֫שֶׁא
Part of Speech: Noun Masculine
Transliteration: deshe
Phonetic Spelling: (deh'-sheh)
Short Definition: grass

NAS Exhaustive Concordance
Word Origin
from dasha
NASB Translation
fresh grass (1), grass (3), green (1), herb (3), new grass (1), new growth (1), tender grass (2), vegetation (2).

דֶּ֫שֶׁא noun masculineIsaiah 15:6 grass (Late Hebrew id., Assyrian dišu, herb, LyonSargontexte 69; Sabean דתֿא fresh shoots DHMZMG 1875, 597 = springtime CISiv. p. 11; Aramaic דִּתְאָה, (compare LagBN 130)) — ׳ד absolute Genesis 1:11+ 13 t. — accusative of congnate meaning with verb תַּדְשֵׁא Genesis 1:11; compare Genesis 1:12 (in both, produced by earth); springing out of earth 2 Samuel 23:4; of a second crop of grass Proverbs 21:25 (opposed to חָצִיר); caused to spring forth by God לְהַצְמִיחַ מֹצָא דֶ֑שֶׁא Job 38:27; refreshed by rain Deuteronomy 32:2; ׳נְאוֺת ד Psalm 23:2; as food of wild ass Job 6:5; as failing (withered) Isaiah 15:6; lacking for animals Jeremiah 14:5; וִירַק דֶּשֶׁא simile of weakness 2 Kings 19:26 ("" עֵשֶׂב שָׂדֶה) = Isaiah 37:27; of transitoriness (withering) Psalm 37:2 (׳יֶרֶק ד); of growth and prosperity, Isaiah 66:14.

tender grass, green, tender herb

From dasha; a sprout; by analogy, grass -- (tender) grass, green, (tender)herb.

see HEBREW dasha

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