has: hush! keep silence!Original Word: הָסָהPart of Speech:
NAS Exhaustive ConcordanceWord Origin
a prim. interj.Definition
hush! keep silence!NASB Translation
keep quiet (1), keep silence (1), quieted (1), silence (1), silent (3), still (1).
, הָ֑ס interjection hush! keep silence
(probably onomatopoetic) Judges 3:19
and he said, I have a secret errand unto thee, O king, וַיּאֹמֶר הָ֔ס
and he said, Keep silence! Amos 6:10 וְאָמַר הָ֔ס
(while burying men in a pestilence), Amos 8:3
(elliptical) in every place: הִשְׁלִיךְ הָֽס
they cast them (the corpses) forth, (saying) Hysh !
followed by ׳(מִמָּנָיו) מִמְּנֵי י Habakkuk 2:20
; Zephaniah 1:7
; Zechariah 2:17
. Inflected, as though a verb, imperative plural הַ֔סּוּ Nehemiah 8:11
(Ges compares Arabic
inflected as an imperative, e.g.
: WAG i. § 368
). Hence as denominative
Hiph`il imperfect with apocope וַיַּ֫הַס Numbers 13:30 and Caleb stilled the people.
הֲפֻגָה see below פוג.
hold peace tongue, keep silence, be silent, still
A primitive root; to hush -- hold peace (tongue), (keep) silence, be silent, still.