615. asir
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asir: a bondman, prisoner
Original Word: אָסִיר
Part of Speech: Noun Masculine
Transliteration: asir
Phonetic Spelling: (aw-sere')
Short Definition: prisoners

NAS Exhaustive Concordance
Word Origin
from asar
a bondman, prisoner
NASB Translation
prisoner (2), prisoners (10).

אָסִיר noun masculineGenesis 39:20 bondman, prisoner (Arabic , Aramaic , MI אסר) — ׳א absolute Psalm 79:11; Psalm 102:21; plural אֲסִירִם Genesis 39:22 +, compare Judges 16:21,25 Kt; construct אֲסִירֵי Psalm 107:10 +, Genesis 39:20 Qr; אֲסִירָיו Psalm 69:34 +, etc.; — Prisoner Genesis 39:20,22 (J), elsewhere only poetic; Isaiah 14:17; as having rest in grave from task-master Job 3:18; especially as object of divine compassion Psalm 68:7 ("" יָתִיר), Psalm 69:34 ("" אֶבְיוֺן); ׳אֶנְקַת א Psalm 79:11; Psalm 102:21 (both "" בְּנֵי תְמוּתָה), Psalm 107:10 עֳנִי וּבַרְזֶל ׳א ("" ישְׁבֵי חשֶׁח וְצַלְמָ֑וֶת); compare אָ֑רֶץ ׳א Lamentations 3:34; specifically of liberated exiles of Israel Zechariah 9:11, called captives of hope הַתִּקְוָה ׳א Zechariah 9:12.

those which are bound, prisoner

From 'acar; bound, i.e. A captive -- (those which are) bound, prisoner.

see HEBREW 'acar

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