acharith: the after-part, endOriginal Word: אַחֲרִיתPart of Speech:
NAS Exhaustive ConcordanceWord Origin
the after-part, endNASB Translation
come (2), descendants (1), end (20), final end (1), final period (1), future (7), last (8), latter (7), latter ending (1), latter period (1), least (1), outcome (3), posterity (3), remotest part (1), rest (2), survivors (2).
Brown-Driver-Briggs אַחֲרִית61 noun feminine after-part, end
a. of place, only Psalm Eccl 139:9 (late) יָם ׳א.
b. of time, latter part or actual close (according to context), opposed to רֵאשִׁית; — of year Deuteronomy 11:12; of a man's life Numbers 23:10; Proverbs 5:11; Job 8:7; Job 42:12; of a people's existence Numbers 24:20; = final lot Deuteronomy 32:20,29; Jeremiah 12:4; Jeremiah 31:17; Psalm 73:17; a future, i.e. a happy close of life, suggesting sometimes the idea of a posterity, promised to the righteous Proverbs 23:18 ("" תִּקְוָה hope) Proverbs 24:14; Jeremiah 29:11 (וְתִקְוָה ׳לָתֵת לָכֶם א), withheld from the wicked Proverbs 24:20 ("" ׃ נֵר יִדְעָֽח ׃ see below); the end or ultimate issue of a course of action Jeremiah 5:31; Proverbs 14:12; Proverbs 23:32 (of wine, i.e. of indulgence in it) Proverbs 25:8; Isaiah 46:10 (absolute, but implicitly of a phase of history) Isaiah 47:7 (of the conduct described Isaiah 47:6 b-7 a) Daniel 12:8; Ecclesiastes 7:8; of a prediction = the event Isaiah 41:22. בְּאַחֲרִית הַיָּמִים in the end of the days, a prophetic phrase denoting the final period of the history so far as the speaker's perspective reaches; the sense thus varies with the context, but it often = the ideal or Messianic future; Genesis 49:1 (of the period of Israel's possession of Canaan) Numbers 24:14; Deuteronomy 4:30 (of the period of Israel's return to God after adversity) Deuteronomy 31:29 (of the period of Israel's rebellion) Hosea 3:5; Isaiah 2:2 ( = Micah 4:1) Jeremiah 23:20 (see Graf) = Jeremiah 30:24; Jeremiah 48:47; Jeremiah 49:39; Ezekiel 38:16 (of the period of Gog's attack upon restored Israel) Daniel 2:28 (Aramaic) Daniel 10:14 (of the age of Antiochus Epiphanes): compare הַשָּׁנִים ׳כְּא Ezekiel 38:8.
c. הַגּוֺיִם ׳א Jeremiah 50:12 the last, hindermost of the nations (of Babylon), opposed to ראשׁית הגוים Amos 6:1 (Israel) compare Numbers 24:20 (Amalek) chief of the nations.
d. concrete posterity (extension of usage noted above in Proverbs 24:20) Psalm 37:37; Psalm 37:38 (possibly not more than 'a future' here) Psalm 109:13 ("" אַחֵר יִמַּח שְׁמָם בְּדוֺר) Amos 4:2; Amos 9:1; Ezekiel 23:25 (twice in verse) (according to others, in these four passages, remnant, residue) Daniel 11:4.
last, latter end time, hinder, uttermost, length, posterity, remnant, residue, reward
From 'achar; the last or end, hence, the future; also posterity -- (last, latter) end (time), hinder (utter) -most, length, posterity, remnant, residue, reward.
see HEBREW 'achar