2196. zaaph
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zaaph: to be vexed, be enraged
Original Word: זָעַף
Part of Speech: Verb
Transliteration: zaaph
Phonetic Spelling: (zaw-af')
Short Definition: enraged

NAS Exhaustive Concordance
Word Origin
a prim. root
to be vexed, be enraged
NASB Translation
dejected (1), enraged (2), looking...haggard (1), rages (1).

[זַעַף] verb be out of humour, vexed; be enraged (Aramaic rage against, זְעַף to storm, זַעֲפָא storm; compare Samaritan blow, breathe) —

Qal Imperfect יִזְעַף Proverbs 19:3; וַיִּזְעַף2Chronicles 26:19; Infinitive זַעְמּוֺ2Chronicles 26:19; Participle plural זֹעֲפִים Genesis 40:6; Daniel 1:10; —

1 be out of humour Genesis 40:6 (E); dejected, of face Daniel 1:10; followed by עַל Proverbs 19:3 fret against (AV).

2 be enraged (late: compare Aramaic above) 2 Chronicles 26:19; followed by עִם 2 Chronicles 26:19.

fret, sad, worse liking, be wroth

A primitive root; properly, to boil up, i.e. (figuratively) to be peevish or angry -- fret, sad, worse liking, be wroth.

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