5810. azaz
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azaz: to be strong
Original Word: עָזַז
Part of Speech: Verb
Transliteration: azaz
Phonetic Spelling: (aw-zaz')
Short Definition: prevail

NAS Exhaustive Concordance
Word Origin
a prim. root
to be strong
NASB Translation
became fixed (1), brazen (1), displays a bold (1), mighty (1), prevail (2), prevailed (1), prevailed* (1), show yourself strong (1), strengthens (1), strong (1).

[עָזַז] verb be strong (Late Hebrew id., Hiph`il, especially in bad sense, and especially derivatives עַז; Phoenician עז strength, also in proper name Lzb338; Aramaic be mighty, strong, compare Old Aramaic, Nabataean, Palmyrene proper name עזיזו Lzb338 Cook90; Arabic be mighty, strong, Ethiopic id.; Assyrian ezêzu, be furious, ezzu, fierce); —

Qal Imperfect3masculine singular יָעֹז Psalm 9:20; Psalm 52:9, יָעוֺז Daniel 11:12; 3feminine singular תָּעֹז Psalm 89:14; Ecclesiastes 7:19, וַתָּ֫עָז Judges 3:10; Judges 6:2; Imperative masculine singular עוּזָּה Psalm 68:29 (but see below); Infinitive construct עֲזוֺז Proverbs 8:28; — be strong, prevail, וַתָּ֫עָז יָדוֺ עַלֿ Judges 3:10 and his hand prevailed against, so Judges 6:2; אַלתָּֿעֹז אֱנוֺשׁ Psalm 9:20; Daniel 11:12; absolute תָּעֹז יָָֽדְךָ Psalm 89:14 (of ׳י); of apparently strength of wicked Psalm 52:9; בַּעֲזוֺז עִינוֺת תְּהוֺם Proverbs 8:28 when the fountains of the deep grew strong, i.e. firm, fixed; but Oort Bi Toy read בְּעַזְּזוֺ when he made firm, fixed fast ("" בְּאַמְּצוֺ); עוּוָּה אֱלֹהִים Psalm 68:29 Che Bae and others shew thyself strong, O God, who, etc., compare Köi. 363; < ׳עוֺז הָא the might, O God, which, etc., Hup Du; הַחָכְמָה תָּעֹז לֶחָכָם Ecclesiastes 7:19 wisdom is strong for the wise.לָעוֺז Isaiah 30:2 see עוּז.

Hiph`il Perfect3masculine singular חֵעֵז אִישׁ רָשָׁע בְּפָנָיו Proverbs 21:29 a wicked man maketh firm (sheweth boldness) with his face; so 3 feminine singular הֵעֵ֫זָה פָנֶיהָ Proverbs 7:13 (Ges§ 67ddi. 372) she maketh bold her face.

harden, impudent, prevail, strengthen self, be strong

A primitive root; to be stout (literally or figuratively) -- harden, impudent, prevail, strengthen (self), be strong.

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