4537. masak
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masak: to mix, produce by mixing
Original Word: מָסַך
Part of Speech: Verb
Transliteration: masak
Phonetic Spelling: (maw-sak')
Short Definition: mixed

NAS Exhaustive Concordance
Word Origin
a prim. root
to mix, produce by mixing
NASB Translation
mingled (1), mixed (3), mixing (1).

מָסַךְ verb mix, produce by mixing (compare perhaps מזג, מֶזֶג BaES 33, 51); —

Qal Perfect3masculine singular ׳מ Isaiah 19:14; מָֽסְכָה Proverbs 9:2; מָסָ֑כְתִּי Proverbs 9:5; Psalm 102:10; Infinitive construct מְסֹךְ Isaiah 5:22; —

1 pour, only figurative, בְּקִרְבָּהּ ׳מ רוּחַ עִוְעִים Isaiah 19:14 (subject ׳מ); mix, with accusative שֵׁכָר Isaiah 5:22; i.e. make a choice drink by mixing with spices, etc. (mixing with water came later, compare 2Macc 15:39) Löwp. 419 Frä162f, 171 f. NowArchaeology 1, 120 BenzArchaeology 95; object יַיִן figurative, subject wisdom Proverbs 9:2,5; שִׁקֻּוַי בִּבְכִי מָסָ֑כְתִּי Psalm 102:10 my drink with weeping have I mixed (see Assyrian [akâl] ul âkul, bikîtum kurmati, mê ul aštî, dîmtu maštîtî ZimBP 34).


A primitive root; to mix, especially wine (with spices) -- mingle.

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