2648. chaphaz
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chaphaz: to be in trepidation, hurry or alarm
Original Word: חָפַז
Part of Speech: Verb
Transliteration: chaphaz
Phonetic Spelling: (khaw-faz')
Short Definition: alarm

NAS Exhaustive Concordance
Word Origin
a prim. root
to be in trepidation, hurry or alarm
NASB Translation
alarm (2), alarmed (1), fled in alarm (1), haste (1), hurried away (1), hurry (1), hurrying (1), panic (1).

[חָפַז] verb be in trepidation, hurry, or alarm (Arabic hasten, incite, urge); —

Qal Imperfect יַחְמּוֺז Job 40:23; תַּחְמְּזוּ Deuteronomy 20:3; Infinitive construct suffix בְּחָפְזִי Psalm 31:28; Psalm 116:11; בְּחָמְּזָהּ 2 Samuel 4:4; בְּחָפְזָם 2 Kings 7:15 Qr (Kt הֵחָֽפְזֵם); —

1 be in a hurry or alarm, of hurried flight 2 Samuel 4:4; 2 Kings 7:15; Infinitive with ב = noun, in my alarm Psalm 31:23; Psalm 116:11; be alarmed Deuteronomy 20:3 ("" תיראו), Job 40:23 (of hippopotamus)

Niph`al Perfect נֶחְמָּ֑זוּ Psalm 48:6 ("" נִבְהֲלוּ) hurry away in alarm; so Imperfect יֵחָפֵז֑וּן Psalm 104:7 ("" יְּנוּסוּן); Infinitive הֵחָֽפְזֵם 2 Kings 7:15 Kt see above; Participle נֶחְמָּז 1 Samuel 23:26 hurried ללבת ׳ויהי דוד נ and David became hurried to go.

make haste away, tremble

A primitive root; properly, to start up suddenly, i.e. (by implication) to hasten away, to fear -- (make) haste (away), tremble.

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