2902. tuach
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tuach: to overspread, overlay, coat, besmear
Original Word: ט֫וּחַ
Part of Speech: Verb
Transliteration: tuach
Phonetic Spelling: (too'-akh)
Short Definition: over

NAS Exhaustive Concordance
Word Origin
a prim. root
to overspread, overlay, coat, besmear
NASB Translation
overlay (1), plaster it over (2), plastered (1), plastered it over (1), plastered over (1), plasterers (1), replaster (1), replastered (2), smeared (1).

[טוּחַ] verb over-spread, over-lay, coat, besmear (Late Hebrew id.; compare Arabic re foeda contaminatus fuit, or contaminavit; camel smeared with tar); —

Qal Perfect3masculine singular וְטָח consecutive Leviticus 14:42 (on טַח Isaiah 44:18 see טחח); 3 plural טָחוּ Exodus 22:28; טַחְתֶּם Ezekiel 13:12,14 Infinitive construct לָטוּחַ 1 Chronicles 29:4; Participle plural טָחִים Ezekiel 13:10 2t.; construct טָחֵי Ezekiel 13:11; only P, Ezekiel, Chronicles; — over-spread, coat (with accusative of house) with earth (clay, עָפָר) Leviticus 14:42; over-lay (walls with gold and silver) with accusative of wall 1 Chronicles 29:4; metaphor of coating over Jerusalem, under figure of a wall, with a superficial coating, to hide its real weakness Ezekiel 13:15 (accusative of wall), Ezekiel 13:12 with accusative of coating (טִיחַ); with תָּפֵל (q. v.) Ezekiel 13:11; c. 2accusative Ezekiel 13:10; Ezekiel 13:14; Ezekiel 13:15; compare תָּפֵל וּנְבִיאֶיהָ טָחוּ להם Ezekiel 22:28 where suffix reference to oppressive nobles, i.e. the prophets 'whitewash' for them (their evil deeds).

Niph`al Infinitive construct הִטּוֺחַ be coated (with עפר) Leviticus 14:43; and, fully, הִטֹּחַ אתהֿבית Leviticus 14:48 (both P).

[טָחַח] verb be besmeared — only

Qal Perfect3masculine singular טַח מֵרְאוֺת עֵינֵיהֶם Isaiah 44:18 their eyes have been besmeared so that they do not see, see Di Du, and on singular with subject plural Ges§ 145, 7a; others regard טַח as metaplastic pointing for טָח from טוח, see Sta§ 385d.

daub, overlay, plaster, smut

A primitive root; to smear, especially with lime -- daub, overlay, plaister, smut.

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