1898. hagah
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hagah: to remove
Original Word: הָגָה
Part of Speech: Verb
Transliteration: hagah
Phonetic Spelling: (haw-gaw')
Short Definition: away

NAS Exhaustive Concordance
Word Origin
a prim. root
to remove
NASB Translation
expelled (1), take away (2).

II. הָגָה verb remove (Thes compare יגה) —

Qal Perfect הָגָה Isaiah 27:8 (Di reads הָגָהּ); Infinitive absolute הָגוֺ Proverbs 25:4,5; — הָגוֺ סִיגִים מִכָּ֑סֶף Proverbs 25:4 remove (literally a removing) dross from silver; as simile of following הָגוֺ רָשָׁע לִפְנֵי מֶלֶךְ Proverbs 25:5 remove (the) wicked before a king; הָגָה בְּרוּחוֺ הַקָּשָׁה Isaiah 27:8, according to Di (see above) he (׳י) hath removed her (i.e. sent into exile; his people under figure of faithless wife) by his harsh wind; so translates also Ew Che (he scared her away) Brd RV VB; De follows ᵑ0, regards as elliptical relative clause, and renders by participle, 'sichtend (i.e. sifting, winnowing) heftigen Hauches,' but conjectures הָגֹה (Infinitive absolute)

stay, stay away

A primitive root; to remove -- stay, stay away.

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