2686. chatsats
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chatsats: archer
Original Word: חָצַץ
Part of Speech: Verb
Transliteration: chatsats
Phonetic Spelling: (khaw-tsats')
Short Definition: archer

חָצַן verb divide (Late Hebrew makes a partition; Assyrian —aƒâƒu, cut in two, ZimBP 24 n.; Ethiopic curtail, diminish) —

Qal Participle חֹצֵץ intransitive Proverbs 30:27 of locusts כלו ׳ויצא ח; i.e. dividing (themselves) into companies or swarms.

Pi`el Participle מְחַצְצִים see II. חצץ.

Pu`al Perfect מספר חדשׁיו חֻצָּ֑צוּ Job 21:21 the number of his months, they have been cut in two (figurative for curtailed).

II. [חצץ] verb denominative only

Pi`el Participle מְחַצְצִים Judges 5:11 archers (> those dividing spoil, since no object expressed and חלק more suitable for such meaning)

חצצר, חֲצֹצְרָה see IV. חצר.

I. חצר (√ of following; compare Arabic encompass, surround; Ethiopic surround, enclose by wall, etc.; enclosure; Late Hebrew חָצֵר court, Phoenician חצר id., Syriac , id.)

archer, bands, cut off in the midst

A primitive root (compare chatsah); properly, to chop into, pierce or sever; hence, to curtail, to distribute (into ranks); as denom. From chets, to shoot an arrow -- archer, X bands, cut off in the midst.

see HEBREW chatsah

see HEBREW chets

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