5401. nashaq
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nashaq: kiss
Original Word: נָשַׁק
Part of Speech: Verb
Transliteration: nashaq
Phonetic Spelling: (naw-shak')
Short Definition: kiss

I. נָשַׁק verb kiss (Late Hebrew id., Assyrian našâku, ᵑ7 נְשֵׁיק, נְשַׁק, Syriac , kiss (originally smell [] according to LagNov.Psalt.Spec.24f.): Arabic is fasten together, arrange in order, Ethiopic participle ordine dispositus, apte sertus Di641, pos. akin to II. נשׁק); —

Qal Perfect3masculine singular ׳נ 1 Kings 19:18; 2 Samuel 15:5; 3feminine singular נָָֽשְׁקָה Proverbs 7:13; 3plural נָשָׁ֑קוּ Psalm 85:11; Imperfect יִּשַּׁק Genesis 41:40, וַיִּשַּׁק Genesis 27:27 +; suffix יִשָּׁקֵ֫נִי Songs 1:2; 1singular cohortative אֶשֳּׁקָהֿ 1 Kings 19:20; 3masculine plural יִשָּׁק֑וּן Hosea 13:2, etc.; Imperative וּשֲׁקָה Genesis 27:26; Infinitive construct נְשָׁקֿ 2 Samuel 20:9; — kiss, usually with לְ person: Genesis 27:26,29; Genesis 50:1; Exodus 4:27 (all J), Genesis 48:10; Exodus 18:7 (both E), 2 Samuel 15:5; 2 Samuel 14:33; 2 Samuel 19:40; 2 Samuel 20:9; 1 Kings 19:20; Proverbs 7:13; Ruth 1:9,4; so of idol-worship 1 Kings 19:18 (compare WeSkizzen iii. 105; Heid. 109), compare וַתִּשַּׁק יָדִי לְפִי Job 31:27 and my hand hath kissed my mouth; rarely with accusative of person 1 Samuel 20:41 (אִישׁ אֶתרֵֿעֵהוּ), suffix person 1 Samuel 10:1; Canticles (+ מִגְּשִׁיקוֺת), Songs 8:1; also Genesis 33:4 וַֹיִֹּשָֹּׁקֵֹהֹוֹּ (J; Holz E; word suspicious, Di rejects); ׳עֲגָלִים יִשּׁ Hosea 13:2 claves do they kiss; שְׁפָתַיִם יִשָּׁ֑ק Proverbs 24:26 lips he kisses; absolute Psalm 85:11 (figurative, reciprocal) . — עַלמִּֿיךָ יִשַּׁק Genesis 41:40 is dubious, Di. 'to thy mouth all my people shall yield' (fit, adapt themselves, compare Arabic √), so Kau BuhlLex, but this meaning uncertain, and text perhaps corrupt, see Di Holz).

Pi`el Imperfect3masculine singular וַיְנַשֵּׁק Genesis 32:1; Genesis 45:15, וַיְנַשֶּׁקֿ Genesis 29:13; Imperative masculine plural נַשְּׁקוּֿ Psalm 2:12; Infinitive construct נַשֵּׁק Genesis 31:28; — kiss =

Qal: with לְ person Genesis 29:13(J), Genesis 31:28; Genesis 32:1; Genesis 45:15 (all E); נַשְּׁקובַֿר Psalm 2:12 is dubious, compare I. בַּר a above

Hiph`il Participle מַשִּׁיקוֺתּ Ezekiel 3:13 of wings of cherubim, gently touching each other (with אֶלֿ).

II. [נָשַׁק] verb exact meaning uncertain; probably either handle, or be equipped with (compare perhaps Arabic etc., below I. נשׁק); — only

Qal Participle plural construct נשְׁקֵי: — קֶשֶׁת ׳נ 1 Chronicles 12:2 equipped with the bow, so 2 Chronicles 17:17 (+ מָגֵן); רוֺמֵי קֶשֶׁת ׳נ Psalm 78:9 is difficult, ׳ר appositive of ׳נ according to Hup-Now Bae and others (Ges§ 130e); strike out רוֺמֵי as explanatory gloss Hup Hi Che Kau; strike out ver. as gloss Hup Kau Bae.

armed men, rule, kiss, that touched

A primitive root (identical with nasaq, through the idea of fastening up; compare chazaq, chashaq); to kiss, literally or figuratively (touch); also (as a mode of attachment), to equip with weapons -- armed (men), rule, kiss, that touched.

see HEBREW nasaq

see HEBREW chazaq

see HEBREW chashaq

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