3327. Yitschaq
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Yitschaq: "he laughs," son of Abraham and Sarah
Original Word: יִצְחָק
Part of Speech: Proper Name Masculine
Transliteration: Yitschaq
Phonetic Spelling: (yits-khawk')
Short Definition: Isaac

NAS Exhaustive Concordance
Word Origin
from tsachaq
"he laughs," son of Abraham and Sarah
NASB Translation
Isaac (109), Isaac's (3).

יִצְחָק108, יִשְׂחָק4

proper name, masculine Ισαακ: Isaac, son of Abraham and Sarah (he laugheth, compare play upon name Genesis 18:12f. (J), Genesis 21:6 (E), Genesis 17:17,19 (P); Genesis 26:8 (J)); — יִצְחָק Genesis 21:3,4,5 (E) +, Genesis 24:62,63,67 (J) +, Genesis 17:19,21 (P) +, (80 t. Genesis, 9 t. Exodus, 7 t. Deuteronomy), Leviticus 26:42; Numbers 32:11; Joshua 24:3,4; 1 Kings 18:36; 2Chron 13:23; 1 Chronicles 1:28,34 (twice in verse); 1 Chronicles 16:16; 1 Chronicles 29:18; 2Chronicles 30:6; יִשְׂחָק Jeremiah 33:26; Psalm 105:9, and (=Israel) בָּמוֺת יִשְׂחָק Amos 7:9, בֵּית יִשְׂחָק vAmos 7:16.

צחר (√ of following; compare Arabic XI. dry up, become yellow [parched by sun], reddish-gray colour (see MüllKönigsb. Stud. i. 6)).


From tsachaq; laughter (i.e. Mochery); Jitschak (or Isaac), son of Abraham -- Isaac. Compare Yischaq.

see HEBREW tsachaq

see HEBREW Yischaq

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