6597. pithom
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pithom: suddenness, suddenly
Original Word: פִּתְאוֹם
Part of Speech: substantive; adverb accusative
Transliteration: pithom
Phonetic Spelling: (pith-ome')
Short Definition: suddenly

NAS Exhaustive Concordance
Word Origin
from the same as petha
suddenness, suddenly
NASB Translation
immediately (1), sudden (2), suddenly (22).

מִּתְאֹם, once Psalm 64:8 (see Baer) מִּתְאוֺם substantive suddenness, usually as

adverb accusative suddenly (from מֶּתַע, with the term. ם- (compare שִׁלְשֹׁם), and with ע weakened to א: Sta§ 295ii. 255 f. BaNB § 216 b); — Numbers 12:4 אלטֿשׁה ׳פ ׳ויאמר י, Joshua 10:9; Joshua 11:7; especially of calamity, invasion, etc., coming suddenly, Isaiah 47:11; Isaiah 48:3; Jeremiah 4:20 שֻׁדְּדוּ אֹהָלי ׳בּ, Jeremiah 6:26; Jeremiah 15:8; Jeremiah 18:22; Jeremiah 51:8; Psalms יֹרֻהוּ וְלאֹ יִירָ֑אוּ ׳פ, Jeremiah 51:8; Job 5:3; Job 9:23; Ecclesiastes 9:12; Proverbs 6:15; Proverbs 24:22; also Proverbs 7:22; Malachi 3:1; thrice with מֶּתַע (q. v.). As a Genitive Proverbs 3:25 ׳אלתֿירא מִמַּהַר פ of the terror of suddenness, i.e. the sudden terror, Job 22:10; and with בְּ, in suddenness, 2 Chronicles 29:36 היה הדבר ׳בפ.

straightway, suddenly

Or pith.om {pith-ome'}; from petha'; instantly -- straightway, sudden(-ly).

see HEBREW petha'

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