5377. nasha
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nasha: to lend on interest, be a creditor
Original Word: נָשָׁא
Part of Speech: Verb
Transliteration: nasha
Phonetic Spelling: (naw-shaw')
Short Definition: made

NAS Exhaustive Concordance
Word Origin
a prim. root
to lend on interest, be a creditor
NASB Translation
debt (1), debtor (1), deceive (1), exacting (1), made (2).

II. נָשָׁא verb only

Niph`al, Hiph`il beguile, deceive; — (kindred with I. שׁוא, from which, however, the forms can hardly be derived (conjectures Wecompare 2. 351)); —

Niph`al Perfect3plural נִשְּׁאוּ Isaiah 19:13 the princes have been beguiled ("" נוֺאֲלוּ, הִתְעוּ).

Hiph`il Perfect הִשִּׁיא Jeremiah 49:16, suffix הִשִּׁאַ֫נִי Genesis 3:13, הִשִּׁיאֶ֑ךָ Obadiah 3; 2masculine singular הִשֵּׁאתָ Jeremiah 4:10; 3plural suffix הִשִּׁיא֫וּךָ Obadiah 7; Imperfect only jussive יַשִּׁיא2Chronicles 32:15, so Psalm 55:16 Qr (see below); יַשִּׁא 2 Kings 18:29; Isaiah 36:14, suffix יַשִּׁאֲךָ 2 Kings 19:10; Isaiah 37:10; 2masculine plural תַּשִּׁאוּ Jeremiah 37:9; Infinitive absolute הַשֵּׁא Jeremiah 4:10; — beguile, usually with accusative of person Genesis 3:13 (J; not elsewhere Hexateuch); Jeremiah 49:16; Obad 3:7; אַליַֿשִּׁאֲךָ 2 Kings 19:10 let not thy God beguile thee = Isaiah 37:10, of Hezekiah 2Chronicles 32:15 (compare below), אַלתַּֿשִּׁאוּ נַפְשֹׁתֵיכֶם Jeremiah 37:9 do not deceive yourselves; also followed by ל person אַליַֿשִּׁא לָכֶם 2 Kings 18:29 = Isaiah 36:14 (= 2 Chronicles 32:15, see above), Jeremiah 29:8; הַזֶּה הַשֵּׁא הִשֵּׁאתָ לָעָם Jeremiah 4:10 thou hast utterly beguiled this people; ישׁימות עָלֵימוֺ Psalm 55:16 Kt apparently = desolations (be) upon them! (but elsewhere only in proper name, of a location, compare p. 445 above), < Qr יַשִּׁיא מָוֶת עלימו Ew Ol Pe De NowHup, compare ᵐ5, let death (beguile them, i.e.) come deceitfully upon them! Brüll Che, compare Bae, conjectures plausibly יַשִּׁיא מָוֶת יִבְלָעֵמוֺ.

beguile, deceive, greatly, utterly

A primitive root; to lead astray, i.e. (mentally) to delude, or (morally) to seduce -- beguile, deceive, X greatly, X utterly.

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