5423. nathaq
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nathaq: to pull, draw, or tear away, apart, or off
Original Word: נָתַק
Part of Speech: Verb
Transliteration: nathaq
Phonetic Spelling: (naw-thak')
Short Definition: away

NAS Exhaustive Concordance
Word Origin
a prim. root
to pull, draw, or tear away, apart, or off
NASB Translation
break (1), broke apart (1), broken (2), burst (1), drag off (1), draw away (1), drawn away (3), lifted (1), pull (1), pull off (1), separated (1), snapped (2), snaps (1), tear (1), tear apart (1), tear off (2), tore off (1), torn (2), torn apart (3).

[נָתַק] verb pull, draw, tear away, apart, off (Late Hebrew id.; ᵑ7 נְתַק in derived species (rare), pull off, tear off; Christian-Palestinian Aramaic shake off, SchwIdioticon 58; Arabic pull off, draw out, shake; Di660 compare Ethiopic detrahere, etc.); —

Qal Perfect1plural suffix וּנְתַקְּנוּהוּ consecutive Judges 20:32 (on dagesh forte dirimens see Ges§ 20h); Imperfect1singular suffix אֶתְּקֶנְךָּ Jeremiah 22:24 (compare Ges§ 58, i); Passive participle נָתוּק Leviticus 22:24; —

1 draw away warriors from (מִן) city, unto (אֶלֿ) high road Judges 20:32.

2 draw or pull off ring from (מִן) finger Jeremiah 22:24 (figurative of rejection of king of Judah by ׳י).

3 pull, tear away Leviticus 22:24 (passive, of testicles, + מָעוּךְ, כָּתוּת, כָּרוּת).

Niph`al Perfect3masculine singular נִתַּק Isaiah 5:27; 3plural נִתְּקוּ Joshua 4:18; Job 17:11, נִתָּ֑קוּ Jeremiah 6:29; Jeremiah 10:20; Imperfect3masculine singular יִנָּתֵק Judges 16:9 2t.; 3 masculine plural וַיִּנָָּֽתְקוּ Joshua 8:16, יִנָּתֵ֑קוּ Isaiah 33:20; —

1 be drawn away from (מִן) city Joshua 8:16 (compare Qal 1); of soles of feet, be drawn out (from water) unto (אֶלֿ) dry ground Joshua 4:18.

2 be torn apart, or in two, snapped: of sandal-thong Isaiah 5:27, strand of tow Judges 16:9 (simile), cord Ecclesiastes 4:12; especially tent-cord (in figurative) Isaiah 33:20; Jeremiah 10:20, so יִנָּתֵק מֵאָהֳלוֺ מִבְטַחוֺ Job 18:14; metaphor of plans (זִמֹּת) Job 17:11.

3 be separated, in smelting, figurative, רָעִים לֹא נִתָּ֑קוּ Jeremiah 6:29.

Pi`el Perfect1singular נִתַּקְתִּי Jeremiah 2:20; 3plural נִתְּקוּ Jeremiah 5:5; Imperfect3masculine singular יְנַתֵּק Ezekiel 17:9; Psalm 107:14, וַיְנַתֵּק Judges 16:9, suffix וַיְנַתְּקֵם Judges 16:12; 2feminine singular תְּנַתֵּ֑קִי Ezekiel 23:34; 1singular אֲנַתֵּק Nahum 1:13; 1plural נְנַתְּקָה cohortative Psalm 2:3; 2masculine plural תְּנַתֵּ֑קוּ Isaiah 58:6; —

1 tear apart, snap, with accusative הַיְתָרִים Judges 16:9 the cords, Judges 16:12 (+ מֵעַל זְרֹעֹתָיו); especially with accusative מוֺסֵרוֺת, bonds (figurative) Nahum 1:13; Jeremiah 2:20; Jeremiah 5:5; Jeremiah 30:8; Psalm 2:3; Psalm 107:14; object מוֺטָה Isaiah 58:6 ("" מַּתֵּחַ, and הַתֵּר אֲגֻדּוֺת מוֺטָה).

2 tear out, up, object roots Ezekiel 17:9 (in figurative); tear out, away, object breasts Ezekiel 23:34 (in violent figurative of Jerusalem as drunken woman).

Hiph`il 1. Infinitive construct suffix הַתִּיקֵנוּ: draw away warriors from (מִן) city Joshua 8:6 (= Qal 1).

2 Imperative masculine singular suffix הַתִּקֵם drag them away like sheep to slaughter Jeremiah 12:3 (of ׳יs dealing with wicked).

Hoph`al Perfect (si vera lectio) הָנְתְּקוּ מִןהָֿעִיר Judges 20:31 they were drawn away from the city (compare Niph`al 1), but probably gloss, see GFM.

break off, burst, draw away, lift up, pluck away, off, pull out, root out

A primitive root; to tear off -- break (off), burst, draw (away), lift up, pluck (away, off), pull (out), root out.

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