heach: aha!Original Word: הֶאָחPart of Speech:
NAS Exhaustive ConcordanceWord Origin
a prim. interj.Definition
Brown-Driver-Briggs הֶאָח interjection
(onomatopoetic) expressing joy, Aha!
always introduced by אָמַר
, Isaiah 44:16
he says, Aha
, I am warm, I have seen the fire. Of satisfaction over the misfortune of an enemy or rival, Psalm 35:21
; Psalm 35:25
let them not say in their heart הֶאָח נַפְשֵׁנוּ Aha
, so would we have it ! (lit
our desire !) Psalm 40:16
(= Psalm 70:4
), Ezekiel 25:3
; Ezekiel 26:2
; Ezekiel 36:2
. Metaph., of the neighing of a war horse in the battle, Job 39:25
ah, aha, ha
From he' and 'ach; aha! -- ah, aha, ha.
see HEBREW he'
see HEBREW 'ach