4173. morag
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morag: a threshing sled
Original Word: מוֹרַג
Part of Speech: Noun Masculine
Transliteration: morag
Phonetic Spelling: (mo-rag')
Short Definition: sledges

NAS Exhaustive Concordance
Word Origin
of foreign origin
a threshing sled
NASB Translation
threshing sledge (1), threshing sledges (2).

מוֺרֶג noun masculineIsaiah 41:15 threshing-sledge (Late Hebrew id.; ᵑ7 id., South Arabic , , Frä133, compare BaZA ii.117 (loan-word in Arabic = ploughshare); modern Dozyii. 623, and WetzstZ.für Ethnol. 1873, 270 ff., AnderlindZPV ix. 41 f. (ploughshare and harrow,)); — absolute ׳מ Isaiah 41:15; plural מֹרִגִּים 2 Samuel 24:22 (+ כְּלֵי הַבָּקָר); מוֺרִגִּים 1 Chronicles 21:23; — threshing-sledges of Araunah, given by him to David for wood of sacrifice 2 Samuel 24:22 = 1 Chronicles 21:23; figurative of Israel as instrument of ׳י's judgment Isaiah 41:15. On form of threshing-sledge (modern; slightly turned up in front, and set with sharp stones or pieces of iron), and threshing-rollers, see BenzArchaeology 209 f. NowArchaeology i.232f. DrAmos, 227f.

מוֺרָד see ירד. I. מוֺרָה see יָרֵא. p 432, 434

threshing instrument

Or morag {mo-rag'}; from an unused root meaning to triturate; a threshing sledge -- threshing instrument.

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