4132. mot
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mot: a shaking, pole, bar (of a yoke)
Original Word: מוֹט
Part of Speech: Noun Masculine
Transliteration: mot
Phonetic Spelling: (mote)
Short Definition: bars

NAS Exhaustive Concordance
Word Origin
from mot
a shaking, pole, bar (of a yoke)
NASB Translation
carrying bars (2), pole (1), yoke bar (1).

מוֺט noun [masculine] shaking, pole, bar of yoke; — absolute ׳מ Numbers 4:10 5t.; suffix מֹטֵ֫הוּ Nahum 1:13; —

1 a shaking; tottering (c. negative, of security) לַצַּדִּיק לֹאיִֿתֵּן ׳מ Psalm 55:23; רַגְלֵנוּ ׳לֹא נָתַן לַמ Psalm 66:9, compare Psalm 121:3.

2 pole, or bar for carrying (named from springing motion) Numbers 4:10,12 compare especially Numbers 13:23.

3 bar of yoke Nahum 1:13 (אֶשְׁבֹּר מֹטֵהוּ מֵעָלַיַךְ), figurative of oppression. compare following.

bar, be moved, staff, yoke

From mowt; a wavering, i.e. Fall; by implication, a pole (as shaking); hence, a yoke (as essentially a bent pole) -- bar, be moved, staff, yoke.

see HEBREW mowt

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