5606. saphaq
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saphaq: to slap, clap
Original Word: סָפַק
Part of Speech: Verb
Transliteration: saphaq
Phonetic Spelling: (saw-fak')
Short Definition: clap

NAS Exhaustive Concordance
Word Origin
a prim. root
to slap, clap
NASB Translation
clap (2), claps (1), smote (1), strike (2), strikes (1), struck together (1), wallow (1).

II. [שָׂפַק] verb suffice (Late Hebrew סָפַק suffice, abound, so Ecclus 15:18 +; ᵑ7 סְפֵיק, סְפַק, Syriac ; Arabic is be niggardly, scanty, Lane1573); —

Qal Imperfect3masculine singular יִשְׂמֹּק 1 Kings 20:10, subject dust, with לְ of thing.

clap, smite, strike, suffice, wallow

Or saphaq (1 Kings 20:10; Job 27:23; Isaiah 2:6) {saw-fak'}; a primitive root; to clap the hands (in token of compact, derision, grief, indignation, or punishment); by implication of satisfaction, to be enough; by implication of excess, to vomit -- clap, smite, strike, suffice, wallow.

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