2787. charar
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charar: to be hot or scorched, to burn
Original Word: חָרַר
Part of Speech: Verb
Transliteration: charar
Phonetic Spelling: (khaw-rar')
Short Definition: burned

NAS Exhaustive Concordance
Word Origin
a prim. root
to be hot or scorched, to burn
NASB Translation
been charred (1), blow fiercely (1), burn (1), burned (2), charred (1), glow (1), kindle (1), parched (1), scorched (1).

I. [חָרַר] verb be hot, scorched, burn poet. & late (Arabic be hot, burn, thirst; Ethiopic Aramaic חַר; compare Assyrian arâru, glow, SASmAssurbanipal i. p. 97 BelserBAS ii. 155) —

Qal Perfect3feminine singular חָ֫רָה Job 30:30, וְחָ֫רָה consecutive Ezekiel 24:11, חָ֫רוּ Isaiah 24:6; —

1 be hot, scorched, Jerusalem, under figure of caldron Ezekiel 24:11.

2 burn = be burned, figurative of men, in ׳יs judgement, Isaiah 24:6.

3 burn, of bones of sick men in fever מִנִּיחֹֿרֶב ׳ח Job 30:30.

Niph`al Perfect נָחַר Jeremiah 6:29, נָחָ֑ר Ezekiel 15:4, נִחַר Psalm 69:4; 3plural נִחָ֑רוּ Psalm 102:4 (Köi. 368); Imperfect וַיֵּחָ֑ר Ezekiel 15:5 יֵחָ֑רוּ Ezekiel 24:10 (strike out Co B and others)

1 be scorched, of bellows מַמֻּחַ in fierce fire Jeremiah 6:29 **from √ נחר snort, puff, according to Mich Ew Gf Gie and others, — Du; (figurative); scorched, charred, of the vine (as fuel) Ezekiel 15:4,5 middle part charred, the ends devoured (אכל) by fire (simile of inhabitants of Jerusalem); bones (simile id.) Ezekiel 24:10 (see above).

2 burn, of bones in fever Psalm 102:4 (כְּמוֺקֵד, compare

Qal Job 30:30); be parched, of throat גרוני ׳נח Job 69:4. — Isaiah 41:11; Isaiah 45:24; Songs 1:6 see חרה.

Pilpel Infinitive לְחַרְחַררִֿיב Proverbs 26:21 to kindle strife.

be angry, burn, dry, kindle

A primitive root; to glow, i.e. Literally (to melt, burn, dry up) or figuratively (to show or incite passion -- be angry, burn, dry, kindle.

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