5889. ayeph
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ayeph: faint, weary
Original Word: עָיֵף
Part of Speech: Adjective
Transliteration: ayeph
Phonetic Spelling: (aw-yafe')
Short Definition: weary

NAS Exhaustive Concordance
Word Origin
from iph
faint, weary
NASB Translation
faint (2), famished (2), parched (2), weary (11).

עָיֵף adjective faint, weary; — ׳ע absolute Genesis 25:29 +; feminine עֲיֵפָה Jeremiah 31:25 +; plural עֲיֵפִים Judges 8:4 +; — from exertion and hunger Genesis 25:20,30 (J), Judges 8:4,5; Deuteronomy 25:18 (+ יָגֵעַ), compare Isaiah 5:27, ׳הָנִיחוּ לֶע Isaiah 28:12 (figurative), 2 Samuel 16:14 (si vera lectio, proper name, of a location needed, compare We Dr HPS); + רָעֵב, צָמֵא 2 Samuel 17:29; specifically from thirst Isaiah 29:8 (simile), Job 22:7, ׳נֶפֶשׁ ע Proverbs 25:25 and (figurative) Jeremiah 31:25 ("" דָּֽאֲבָה); hence אֶרֶץ צִיָּה וְעָיֵף Psalm 63:2 (figurative, on masculine see KöSynt. § 334 f.), compare Psalm 143:6 (simile), Isaiah 32:2 (opposed to צֵל, in simile); ׳ע that is beast Isaiah 46:1 — See also foregoing.

I. עִיר see below I. עור.

faint, thirsty, weary

From ayeph; languid -- faint, thirsty, weary.

see HEBREW ayeph

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