4803. marat
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marat: to make smooth, bare or bald, to scour, polish
Original Word: מָרַט
Part of Speech: Verb
Transliteration: marat
Phonetic Spelling: (maw-rat')
Short Definition: polished

NAS Exhaustive Concordance
Word Origin
a prim. root
to make smooth, bare or bald, to scour, polish
NASB Translation
becomes bald (1), loses the hair (1), pluck out the beard (1), polished (6), pulled (1), pulled out hair (1), rubbed bare (1), smooth (2).

מְעֻטָּה Ezekiel 21:20 textual error, see below מרט.

מַעֲטֶה see עטה. [מַעֲטָפָה] see I. עטף.

[מָרַט] verb make smooth, bare, bald; scour, polish (Late Hebrew id.; pull out, off (feathers, hair); Aramaic . מְרַט id.; Arabic have little hair, pluck out hair); —

Qal Imperfect1singular וָאֶמְרְטָה Ezra 9:3, suffix 3masculine plural וָאֶמְרְטֵם Nehemiah 13:25; Infinitive construct מָרְטָה Ezekiel 21:16; Participle plural מֹרְטִים Isaiah 50:6; passive feminine מְרוּטָה Ezekiel 21:14 2t.; —

1 make bare כָּלכָּֿתֵף מְרוּטָה Ezekiel 29:18 every shoulder is laid bare (from chafing of burden; "" כָּלרֿאֹשׁ מֻקְרָח); the cheek (by plucking out beard) גֵּוִי נָתַתִּי לְמַכִּים וּלְחָיַי לְמֹרְטִ֑ים Isaiah 50:6; with accusative of person וָאֶמְרְטֵ֑ם Nehemiah 13:25 (both acts of violence); of hair and beard וָאֶמְרְטָה מִשְּׂעַר ראֹשִׁי וּזֶקָנִי Ezra 9:3 (sign of grief).

2 scour, polish, a sword, only Ezekiel 21: Ezra 9:14 (+ הוּחַדָּת; Co reads ׳מ as Pu), Ezra 9:16 (strike out Co), Ezra 9:33, + Ezra 9:20 מְרֻטָה for ᵑ0 מְעֻטָּה (Ew Sm Co Berthol).

Niph`al Imperfect יִמָּרֵט ראֹשׁוֺ Leviticus 13:40,41 his head is made bald (by leprosy).

Pu`al Perfect3feminine singular מֹרָ֑טָה Ezekiel 21:15; Ezekiel 21:16; Participle מְמֹרָט 1 Kings 7:45, מוֺרָט Isaiah 18:27 (Ges§ 52 R.6): — scoured, polished, of bronze utensils of temple 1 Kings 7:45; of human skin Isaiah 18:27; of sword Ezekiel 21:15; Ezekiel 21:16 (both + הוּחַדָּה, see

Qal above)

מְרִי see מרה.

מְרִיבַֿ֫עַל, מְרִיבבַּֿ֫עַל see ריב.

I, II. מְרִיבָה see ריב.

[מְרַט] verb pluck (see Biblical Hebrew); —

Pe`îl Perfect3masculine plural מְרִ֫יטוּ Daniel 7:4 were plucked off (wings).

bright, furbish, have his hair be fallen off, peeled, pluck off hair

A primitive root; to polish; by implication, to make bald (the head), to gall (the shoulder); also, to sharpen -- bright, furbish, (have his) hair (be) fallen off, peeled, pluck off (hair).

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