6979. qur
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qur: to bore, dig
Original Word: קוּר
Part of Speech: Verb
Transliteration: qur
Phonetic Spelling: (koor)
Short Definition: dug

NAS Exhaustive Concordance
Word Origin
a prim. root
to bore, dig
NASB Translation
dug (2).

קַוְקָו (or קַוְקַו, קָוְקָו)

noun [masculine] might (?); — so read (according to most) for קַוקָֿו in phrase ׳גּוֺי ק Isaiah 18:2,7 i.e. a mighty nation (compare Arabic strength; see (on reduplication) Ges§ 123e); > RV 'meting out conquered lands, literally 'of line, line' (11. קַו).

I. [קוּר] verb bore, dig (Arabic () cut a round hole in, scoop out); —

Qal Perfect1singular קַרְתִּי 2 Kings 19:24 I have dug (that is, a well)= Isaiah 37:25 (Meinh conjectures כָּרִתִי). —

Hiph`il, Pilpel, see I, II. קרר.

I. [קָרַר] verb be cold (Arabic be cold, so Ethiopic Syriac ; ᵑ7 Ithpa`al 1 singular cool onself (rare); Levy compare also Late Hebrew Nithp. רִתְקָרֵר grow calm [i.e. cool]); —

Hiph`il make or keep cool: Perfect3feminine singular הֵקֵ֫רָה, figurative, Jeremiah 6:7b Jerusalem keepeth her wickedness cool, fresh; Infinitive construct metaplastic הָקִיר (Ges§ 67v) Jeremiah 6:7a, of בּוֺר keeping water cool (simile).

II. [קָרַר] verb Pilpel tear down (?) (Late Hebrew קִרְקֵר tear down wall); — only Participle מְקַרְקַר קִר Isaiah 22:5 usually (men are) tearing down wall (s), but see I. קִיר

3 near the end.

קרשׁ (√ of following; compare Late Hebrew רַשׁ be (come) firm, solid, קֶרֶשׁ board (rare)).

break down, cast out, destroy, dig

A primitive root; to trench; by implication, to throw forth; also (denominative from qiyr) to wall up, whether literal (to build a wall) or figurative (to estop) -- break down, cast out, destroy, dig.

see HEBREW qiyr

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