pagash: to meet, encounterOriginal Word: פָּגַשׁPart of Speech:
NAS Exhaustive ConcordanceWord Origin
a prim. rootDefinition
to meet, encounterNASB Translation
common bond (1), encounter (1), have a common bond (1), have this (1), have this in common (1), meet (3), meets (1), met (7).
] verb meet, encounter
Qal Perfect1singular מָּגָ֑שְׁתִּי Genesis 33:8; 3plural consecutive וּפָֽגְשׁוּ Isaiah 34:14; Imperfect3masculine singular suffix יִפְגָָֽֿשְׁךָ֫ Genesis 32:18 (Gi; Baer יִָֽפְגָָֽשְׁךָ֫; van d. H. יִָֽפְגָָּֽשְׁךָ֫), וַיִּפְגְּשֵׁהוּ Exodus 4:24,27; 3feminine singular וַתִּפְגֿשׁ 1 Samuel 25:20 (read probably וַתִּפְגּשׁ Ges§ 47k, compare van d. H), etc.; Infinitive absolute מָּגוֺש Proverbs 17:12; construct מְּגשׁ Jeremiah 41:6; — meet, with accusative Genesis 33:8; 1 Samuel 25:20; Isaiah 34:14; Jeremiah 41:6, so with suffix Genesis 32:18; Exodus 4:24,27; 2 Samuel 2:13; meet, encounter, of bear, with ב person Proverbs 17:12, of ׳י (like a bear) Hosea 13:8 (with suffix person).
Niph`al meet together, each other, Perfect3plural נִפְגָָּֽשׁוּ Proverbs 22:2; Proverbs 29:13, figurative of חֶסֶד וֶאֱמֶת Psalm 85:11.
Pi`el intensive Imperfect3masculine plural יְפַגְּשׁוּ חשֶׁךְ Job 5:14 they keep encountering darkness in the daytime.
meet with, together
A primitive root; to come in contact with, whether by accident or violence; figuratively, to concur -- meet (with, together).