yaaz: perhaps barbarousOriginal Word: יָעַזPart of Speech:
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a prim. rootDefinition
perhaps barbarousNASB Translation
Niph`al Participle as adjective (precise meaning dubious; Arabic is give a nod or sign, then command, whence Hebrew might have meaning nodding, making signs (not intelligibly speaking), so Hi — Che barbarous, De 'ungeberdig' — which context favours, or arrogant; Thes proposes durus, saevus, and compare עזז) — in phrase עַם נוֺעָז Isaiah 33:19 a barbarous (?) people, of foreign invader.
יעזיאל, יעזיהו see below עזה.
יַעְזִרִ see below עזר. p. 741.
to be bold or obstinate
A primitive root; to be bold or obstinate: d-fierce.