5074. nadad
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nadad: to retreat, flee, depart, stray, wander, flutter
Original Word: נָדַד
Part of Speech: Verb
Transliteration: nadad
Phonetic Spelling: (naw-dad')
Short Definition: fled

NAS Exhaustive Concordance
Word Origin
a prim. root
to retreat, flee, depart, stray, wander, flutter
NASB Translation
chased (1), chased away (1), could (1), flapped (1), fled (6), flee (5), fleeing (1), fugitive (2), fugitives (1), shake (1), shrink (1), strayed (1), thrust away (1), wander (1), wanderers (1), wanders (3).

I. [נָדַד] verb retreat, flee, depart, stray, wander, flutter (Late Hebrew id.; Arabic flee, run away; Aramaic hate, abominate, shrink from, Aph`el put to flight, etc.; נְדַד flee ); —

Qal Perfect3feminine singular נָָֽדְדָה Isaiah 10:31; Esther 6:1; 3plural נָָֽדְדוּ Hosea 7:13 4t., נָדָ֑דוּ Isaiah 21:15; Jeremiah 4:25; Imperfect יִדּוֺד Nahum 3:7; 3feminine singular וַתִּדֹּד Genesis 31:40; 3masculine plural יִדֹּדוּן Psalm 68:13 (twice in verse); Infinitive construct נְדֹד Psalm 55:8; Participle נֹדֵד Jeremiah 49:5 +; feminine נוֺדֶ֫דֶת Proverbs 27:8; plural נֹדְדִים Hosea 9:17; —

1 retreat, flee Isaiah 21:15 from before (מִמְּנֵי) swords; Isaiah 33:3 at the sound (מִקּוֺל) of tumult; absolute Isaiah 10:31; Isaiah 22:3; Psalm 68:13 (twice in verse), of birds and beasts Jeremiah 4:25; Jeremiah 9:9 (+ הָלָ֑כוּ); participle= fugitive Isaiah 16:3; Isaiah 21:14; of fleeing in horror, disgust, with מִן person Nahum 3:7; Psalm 31:12.

2 flee, depart, Israel from (מִןׅ ׳י Hosea 7:13; of sleep (מֵעֵינַי) Genesis 31:40 (E), absolute Esther 6:1.

3 wander, stray (homeless, compare נוד), עוֺף נוֺדֵד Isaiah 16:2 (in simile), so Proverbs 27:8 (מִן local, in simile), compare Proverbs 27:8 (מִן local); of scattered Israel Hosea 9:17; Jeremiah 49:5; (searching) for food Job 15:23 (wicked man); אַרְתִיק נְדֹד Psalm 55:8 I will wander afar.

4 transitive flutter wings (of bird, in figure) Isaiah 10:14.

Po`el Perfect consecutive שֶׁמֶשׁ זָָֽרְחָה וְנֹדַ֔ד Nahum 3:17 the sun hath arisen and it ( the locust swarm) fleeth away.

Hiph`il chase away, Imperfect3masculine plural suffix וּמִתֵּבֵל יְנִדֻּ֑הוּ Job 18:18 (of wicked, "" יֶהְדְּפֻהוּ מֵאוֺר).

Hoph`al be chased away, Imperfect3masculine singular וְיֻדַּד כְּחֶזְיוֺן Job 20:8 (of wicked); קוֺץ מֻנָֿד 2 Samuel 23:6 thorns thrust away (si vera lectio, compare Dr.; Klo Bu HPS מִדְבָּר ׳ק).

Hithpo`el. Imperfect יִתְנוֺדְדוּ Psalm 64:9 flee away (in horror, disgust, compare

Qal Nahum 3:7; Psalm 31:12).

[נְדַד] verb flee (see Biblical Hebrew I. נדד); —

Pe`al Perfect3feminine singular שִׁנְּתֵהּ נַדַּת עֲלוֺהִי (K§ 46, Beisp. a)) Daniel 6:19.

chase away, could not, depart, flee apace, away, remove, thrust away, wander abroad,

A primitive root; properly, to wave to and fro (rarely to flap up and down); figuratively, to rove, flee, or (causatively) to drive away -- chase (away), X could not, depart, flee (X apace, away), (re-)move, thrust away, wander (abroad, -er, -ing).

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