6049. anan
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anan: bring
Original Word: עָנַן
Part of Speech: Verb
Transliteration: anan
Phonetic Spelling: (aw-nan')
Short Definition: bring

[עָנַן] verb denominative Pi`el Infinitive construct suffix with accusative of congnate meaning with verb עַלהָֿאָרֶץ ׳בְּעַנְנִי ע Genesis 9:14 (P) when I bring clouds, etc.

II. [עָנַן] verb Po`. practice soothsaying (probably denominative, but original meaning dubious; connection with I. עָנָן (DeIsaiah 2:6) now Generally abandoned; LöwZMG xxxi (1877), 539 compare עַיִן eye, so WeSkizzen iii. 148 (but see below); RSJPhil xiv (1885), 119 f. compare Arabic nasal twang, hum of insects, whence diviners as crooning; Ew Gerber31of diviner as interpreting hum of insects, whisper of leaves, etc.; WeHeid. 2, 204 now compare appear, i. e. dealers in phenomena); — Perfect3masculine singular consecutive וְעוֺנֵן 2 Kings 21:6 2Chronicles 33:6; Imperfect2masculine plural וְלֹא תְעוֺנֵ֑נוּ Leviticus 19:26 (H); Participle as substantive מְעוֺנֵן Deuteronomy 18:10 (forbidden), plural מְעֹנְנִים Deuteronomy 18:14, ׳מְעוֺ Micah 5:11, אֵלוֺן מְעוֺנְנִים Judges 9:37 (see I. אֵלוֺן; seat of an oracle, compare RSSem i. 179 2nd ed. 196); also (without מְ, compare Sta§ 233i. 349) עֹנְנִים Isaiah 2:6, suffix עֹנְנֵיכֶם Jeremiah 27:9; feminine singular in בְּנֵי עֹנְנָה Isaiah 57:3 sons of a soothsaying woman, figurative of apostates. — see כִּשֵּׁף, II. [נָחַשׁ], [קָסַם].

bring, enchanter, observer of times, soothsayer, sorcerer

A primitive root; to cover; used only as a denominative from anan, to cloud over; figuratively, to act covertly, i.e. Practise magic -- X bring, enchanter, Meonemin, observe(-r of) times, soothsayer, sorcerer.

see HEBREW anan

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