2502. chalats
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chalats: withdraw
Original Word: חָלַץ
Part of Speech: Verb
Transliteration: chalats
Phonetic Spelling: (khaw-lats')
Short Definition: withdraw

I. חָלַץ verb draw off or out, withdraw, (Late Hebrew id.; Aramaic חֲלַץ; despoil, usually Pa`el etc.; Phoenician proper name חלצבעל Baal has rescued, and חלץ alone; Arabic withdraw, retire) —

Qal Perfect Hosea 5:6; וְחָֽלְצָה consecutive Deuteronomy 25:9; חָֽלְצוּ Lamentations 4:3; Imperfect2masculine singular תַּחֲלֹץ; Passive participle construct חֲלוּץ Deuteronomy 25:10; —

1 draw, draw off, with accusative of sandal Deuteronomy 25:9; Isaiah 20:2 (both followed by רֶגֶל with מִן), compare בֵּית חֲלוּץ הַנָּ֑עַל Deuteronomy 25:10; draw out, present the breast, of animal giving suck Lamentations 4:3.

2 intransitive withdraw (himself) followed by מִן Hosea 5:6.

Niph`al Perfect be delivered נֶחֱלָ֑ץ Proverbs 11:8 (followed by מִן); Imperfect יֵחָלֵ֑צוּ Proverbs 11:9; יֵחָֽלְצוּן Psalm 60:7 = Psalm 108:7 (Ges§ 51. 2. R. 2).

Pi`el Perfect חִלֵּץ Leviticus 14:43 etc.; Imperfect יְחַלֵּץ Job 36:15; וָאֲחַלְּצָה Psalm 7:5 (but on text see below near the end); suffix אֲחַלָּצְךָ Psalm 50:15; אֲחַלְּצֶ֫ךָּ Psalm 81:8, etc.; Imperative חַלְּצָה Psalm 6:5; חַלְּצֵנִי Psalm 119:153; Psalm 140:2; —

1 pull out, tear out Leviticus 14:40,43 (P; stones from infested house).

2 rescue, deliver, with object person, but only in poetry; — followed by נפשׁי Psalm 6:5; Psalm 116:8 (מִמָּ֫וֶת); compare Psalm 140:2 (followed by מִן); absolute with accusative Psalm 18:20 = 2 Samuel 22:20; Psalm 34:8; Psalm 50:15; Psalm 81:8; Psalm 91:15; Psalm 119:153; Job 36:15; וָאֲחַלְּצָה Psalm 7:5; followed by accusative, but I delivered AV Hup Ri, compare Ew; and spoiled, despoiled Ges Hi De Bae (but this only in Aramaic); < and oppressed (read וָ˜אֶלְחְצָה) Krochm Dy Gr Che; ("" גָּמַלְתִּי רַע).

II. [חָלַץ] verb equip for war (primary idea of strength, vigour, see Hiph`il, noun חֲלָצַיִם, and Assyrian —alƒu, fortification (SchrCOT Gloss AsrbAnnals ii. 52), compare —ilƒu, belt, ZehnpfBAS i. 499; Aramaic accinctus ad opus, strenuus, fortitudo, strenuitas, Greek ὰνδρεία, > Thes Rob Ges SS who regard as = I. חלץ in sense strip for battle, expeditus) —

Qal only Passive participle חָלוּץ Numbers 32:21 7t., construct חֲלוּץ Numbers 32:27; plural חֲלוּצִים Numbers 32:30 2t., construct חֲלוּצֵי 1 Chronicles 12:34 3t.; חֲלֻצֵי Isaiah 15:4; — equipped:

1 as adjective Numbers 32:30,32; Deuteronomy 3:18.

2 as substantive singular collective Numbers 32:21 (J E; see Niph`al Numbers 32:20) 2Chronicles 20:21; 28:14, with article ׳הֶח Joshua 6:7,9,13 (JE); חֲלוּץ צָבָא Numbers 32:27 men equipped for war (JE), so הַמִּלְחָמָה ׳ח Numbers 32:29 (P); לַצָּבָא ׳הֶחָ 1 Chronicles 12:24 (23 van d. H); plural חֲלוּצֵי צָבָא Numbers 31:5 (P) 1 Chronicles 12:25 (24, van d. H) 2Chronicles 17:18; ׳הַצּ ׳ח Joshua 4:13 (P); note חֲלֻצֵי מוֺאָב Isaiah 15:4 warriors (equipped ones, Che men-at-arms) of Moab.

Niph`al Imperfect2masculine plural תֵּחָֽלְצוּ Numbers 32:20, 1plural נֵחָלֵץ Numbers 32:17; Imperative הֵחָֽלְצוּ Numbers 31:3; be, or go equipped, followed by לִפְנֵי Numbers 32:17,20 (both J E; see Qal Participle Numbers 32:21); followed by לַצָּבָא Numbers 31:3 (P; Niph`al Imperative here surprising with מֵאִתְּכֶם, see Di).

Hiph`il Imperfect) עַצְמֹתֶיךָָ יַחֲלִיץ Isaiah 58:11 he (׳י) will brace up, in-vigorate, thy bones (MV De Di; Hup Che critical note Du and others read יִחֲלִיף renew, rejuvenate).

arm self, go, ready armed man, soldier, deliver, draw out, make fat, loose,

A primitive root; to pull off; hence (intensively) to strip, (reflex.) To depart; by implication, to deliver, equip (for fight); present, strengthen -- arm (self), (go, ready) armed (X man, soldier), deliver, draw out, make fat, loose, (ready) prepared, put off, take away, withdraw self.

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