] verb Hiph`il awake
("" form of יקץ
; Late Hebrew in Hiph`il (rare)); — Perfect
3masculine singular הֵקִיץ 2 Kings 4:31
; Ezekiel 7:6
; 2masculine singular וַהֲקיצ֫וֺתָ
consecutive Proverbs 6:22
, etc.; Imperfect
1singular אָקִיץ Proverbs 23:35
; 3masculine plural יָקִ֫יצוּ Jeremiah 51:39
masculine singular הָקִ֫יצָה Habakkuk 2:19
+; masculine plural הָקִ֫יצוּ Isaiah 26:19
; Joel 1:5
; Infinitive construct הָקִיץ Psalm 17:15
; Psalm 73:20
; Participle מֵקִיץ 1 Samuel 26:12
; — shew signs of waking, awake:
1 from sleep,
a. 1 Samuel 26:12; Isaiah 29:8 (twice in verse); Psalm 3:6; Psalm 73:20; Psalm 139:18; Proverbs 6:22 (doubtful line, see Toy).
b. of ׳י Psalm 44:24 awake [from sleep] to activity, so Psalm 35:23 (with ל of thing), Psalm 59:6 (c. infinitive purpose).
c. from ecstatic sleep of prophets Jeremiah 31:26.
2 from sleep of death, with negative 2 Kings 4:31; Jeremiah 51:39,57; Job 14:12; of resurrection Isaiah 26:19; Daniel 12:2
3 from stupor (of drunkenness) Joel 1:5; Proverbs 23:35.
4 of inanimate thing Habakkuk 2:19; compare בָּא הַקֵּץ הֵקִיץ אֵלָ֑יִח Ezekiel 7:6 the end cometh, it hath awaked unto thee (Co strike out הֵקִיץ, but the word-play favours it). — Psalm 17:15 is put by Thes Ol Hup Du and others below 1a; Ew De Che below 2; we below 1b; Calv Now from night of distress and helplessness, and so Bae (psalmist representing Israel).
II. קיץ (√ of following; usually taken as = I. קיץ but connection not clear; compare Arabic vehement heat of summer, late summer (WeSkizzen iii, 90), be vehemently hot; Sabean קיטֿ summer MordtmHim. Inschr. 71; Late Hebrew קַיִץ = Biblical Hebrew, so ᵑ7 קַיְטָא Syriac ; Old Aramaic (Zinjirli) כיצא summer).