1920. hadaph
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hadaph: to thrust, drive, push
Original Word: הָדַף
Part of Speech: Verb
Transliteration: hadaph
Phonetic Spelling: (haw-daf')
Short Definition: driven

NAS Exhaustive Concordance
Word Origin
a prim. root
to thrust, drive, push
NASB Translation
depose (1), driven (2), driving (1), push (1), push her away (1), pushed (2), reject (1), thrust (2), thrust them down (1).

הָדַף verb thrust, .push, drive (הֲדַף in ᵑ7; Arabic is ingressus ad aliquem fuit, propinquus fuit, also of time prope accessit) —

Qal Perfect3masculine singular suffix הֲדָפוֺ Numbers 35:22; Jeremiah 46:15; 1singular suffix וַהֲדַפְתִּיךָ consecutive Isaiah 22:19; Imperfect3masculine singularיֶהְדֹּף Proverbs 10:3; suffix 3masculine singular יֶהְדֳּפֶנּוּ Numbers 35:20; suffix 3masculine plural יֶהְדֳּפֵם Joshua 23:5; 3masculine plural suffix יֶהְדְּפֻהוּ Job 18:18; 2masculine plural תֶּהְדֹּ֑פוּ Ezekiel 34:21; Infinitive הֲדֹף Deuteronomy 6:19; Deuteronomy 9:4; suffix הָדְפָהּ 2 Kings 4:27; —

1 thrust, push, subject man, followed by accusative Numbers 35:20,22 (here fatally); subject cattle, figurative of men, Ezekiel 34:21 (instrumental בְּכָתֵף; "" נָגַח); push away 2 Kings 4:27 (Gehazi, the Shunammite); thrust away (from oneself) figurative = reject, הַוַּת רְשָׁעִים Proverbs 10:3 (subject ׳י).

2 thrust out, drive out, followed by מִן of place whence & accusative of person; of ׳י driving out enemies of Israel from Canaan Deuteronomy 6:19; Deuteronomy 9:4; Joshua 23:5; compare also indefinite subject יֶהְדְּפֻהוּ מֵאוֺר אֶלחֿשֶׁךְ Job 18:18 ("" וּמִתֵּבֵל יְנִדֻּהוּ); & Jeremiah 46:15 (where no plural whence). Hence

3 = depose Isaiah 22:19 of ׳י deposing Shebna (followed byמִן of station).

cast away out, drive, expel, thrust away

A prim root; to push away or down -- cast away (out), drive, expel, thrust (away).

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