6484. patsar
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patsar: to push, press
Original Word: פָּצַר
Part of Speech: Verb
Transliteration: patsar
Phonetic Spelling: (paw-tsar')
Short Definition: urged

NAS Exhaustive Concordance
Word Origin
a prim. root
to push, press
NASB Translation
insubordination (1), pressed (1), urged (5).

[מָּצַר] verb push, press (perhaps related, by transposition, to Arabic appoint, prescribe, Assyrian parƒu, command, compare BaZMG xliii (1889), 188); —

Qal Imperfect3masculine singular וַיִּפְצַרֿ Genesis 19:3 +, 3 masculine plural וַיִּפְצְרוּ Genesis 19:9; 2 Kings 2:17; — push, press, upon (ב person) physically Genesis 19:2; = urge Genesis 19:3; Genesis 33:11; Judges 19:7; 2 Kings 2:17, + infinitive 2 Kings 5:16; read also probably וַיִּפְצַרבּֿוֺ 2 Samuel 13:25,27; 2 Kings 5:23 (for וַיִּפְרָץֿ), וַיִּפְצְרוּבֿוֺ 1 Samuel 28:23 (for וַיִּפְרְצוּֿ), Tanchum (compare The), Weir in Dr1Samuel 28:23 Kitid. Bu HPS Löhr.

Hiph`il Infinitive absolute הַפְצַ֑ר 1 Samuel 15:23 to display pushing (i.e. arrogance, presumption; "" מֶ֔רִי; compare Dr).

press, urge, stubbornness

A primitive root; to peck at, i.e. (figuratively) stun or dull -- press, urge, stubbornness.

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