hum or him: to murmur, roar, defeat in battleOriginal Word: הוּםPart of Speech:
hum or himPhonetic Spelling:
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a prim. rootDefinition
to murmur, roar, defeat in battleNASB Translation
noisy (1), resounded (1), stirred (1), surely distracted (1), throw (1), uproar (1).
] verb murmur, roar, discomfit
) is rush about madly
(literally, or in passion, love, &c.), figurative be distracted
; on √ הִים
see HiPs 55:3
NöZMG 1883, 540
Qal Perfect3masculine singular suffix וְהָמָם consecutive Deuteronomy 7:23 מְהוּמָה גְדֹלָה ׳וְה (׳י subject) and he shall discomfit them (with) a great discomfiture (according to Di ׳וה is from הָמַם, here pointed as עו֞ because of מְהוּמָה; but see Köi. 486 & references); here, according to Nöl.c., belongs Imperfect1singular cohortative אָהִ֫ימָה (i. e. √ עי֞) Psalm 55:3 am driven about (Hi De), or distracted.
Niph`al Imperfect3feminine singular וַתֵּהֹם 1 Samuel 4:5 2t. (on form compare Ges§ 72 R 5); be in a stir, of a city Ruth 1:19 (followed by על over, on account of, 1 Kings 1:45; of ground re-echoing shout 1 Samuel 4:5.
Hiph`il Imperfect1singular אָהִ֑ימָה Psalm 55:3 shew disquietude (so most, compare above); but Ol Che וְאֶהֱמָ֑וָה ( Psalm 77:4); LagProph. Chald. xlviii. 2, BN 27 אֶהֱמֶה (Psalm 18); 3 feminine plural תְּהִימֶנָה (?תֶּהֱמֶינָה) Micah 2:12 they (i.e. fold & pasture) shall murmur with men.
destroy, move, make a noise, put, ring again
A primitive root (compare hamam); to make an uproar, or agitate greatly -- destroy, move, make a noise, put, ring again.
see HEBREW hamam