1897. hagah
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hagah: to moan, growl, utter, speak, muse
Original Word: הָגָה
Part of Speech: Verb
Transliteration: hagah
Phonetic Spelling: (daw-gaw')
Short Definition: meditate

NAS Exhaustive Concordance
Word Origin
a prim. root
to moan, growl, utter, speak, muse
NASB Translation
declare (1), devise (2), devising (1), growls (1), make a sound (1), meditate (5), meditates (1), moan (3), moan sadly (1), mutter (2), mutters (1), ponders (1), utter (2), uttering (1), utters (1).

I. הָגָה verb moan, growl, utter, speak, muse (only poetry) (onomatopoetic; Late Hebrew הָגָה muse, speak, spell a word, so Aramaic הֲגָא; muse, especially Ethpa`al; Arabic satirize, insult, scold, also spell (borrowed meaning)) —

Qal Perf.2masculine singular וְהָגִ֫יתָ consecutive Joshua 1:8; 1singular הָגִ֫יתִי Psalm 143:5, וְהָגִיתִי consecutive Psalm 77:13; Imperfect יֶהְגֶּה Job 27:4 8t.; 3 feminine singular תֶּהְגֶּה Psalm 35:28 2t., אֶהְגֶּה Psalm 63:7; Isaiah 38:14, יֶהְגּוּ Psalm 2:1 + 2t., תֶּהְגּוּ Isaiah 16:7; נֶהְגֶּה֑ Isaiah 59:11; Infinitive absolute הָגוֺ Isaiah 59:11; —

1 of inarticulate sounds:

a. growl, of lion growling over prey, followed by על Isaiah 31:4.

b. groan, moan, in distress (like dove), absolute, Isaiah 38:14; Isaiah 59:11 (הָגוֺ נֶהְגֶּה); sigh for (לְ) in sorrow, mourning, moan for Isaiah 16:7 ("" יְיֵלִיל לְ), so also Jeremiah 48:31.

2 utter, followed by accusative of thing, Psalm 38:13; subject לָשׁוֺן Job 27:4 ("" דִּבֶּר) Psalm 35:28; Psalm 71:24; Isaiah 59:3; subject מֶּה Psalm 37:30; Proverbs 8:7 — compare also below Po. below; speak (absolute) Psalm 115:7 (בְּ instrumental)

3. a. (soliloquize) meditate, muse, with בְּ of thing, Joshua 1:8; Psalm 1:2; Psalm 63:7; Psalm 77:13; Psalm 143:5; with accusative Isaiah 33:18, subject לֵב.

b. imagine, devise, with accusative Psalm 2:1; Proverbs 24:2 (subject לֵב); with Infinitive Proverbs 15:28 (subject id.)

Po. Infinitive absolute only הֹרוֺ וְהֹגוֺ מִלֵּב דִּבְרֵישֶֿׁקֶר Isaiah 59:13 a conceiving and an uttering, out of the heart, lying words ("" דַּבֵּר עשֶׁק וְסָרָה); — on form compare Köi. 555; but read rather הָרוֺ וְהָגוֺ

Qal Infinitive absolute compare Di; BaNB 77 retains ᵑ0 & explanation as Qal Infinitive passive

Hiph`il Participle plural הַמְּצַפְצְפִים וְהַמַּהְגִּ֥ים Isaiah 8:19 those that make chirpings and mutterings, of necromancers and wizards.

imagine, meditate, mourn, mutter, roar, sore, speak, study,

A primitive root (compare hagiyg); to murmur (in pleasure or anger); by implication, to ponder -- imagine, meditate, mourn, mutter, roar, X sore, speak, study, talk, utter.

see HEBREW hagiyg

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