7326. rush
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rush: to be in want or poor
Original Word: רוּשׁ
Part of Speech: Verb
Transliteration: rush
Phonetic Spelling: (roosh)
Short Definition: poor

NAS Exhaustive Concordance
Word Origin
a prim. root
to be in want or poor
NASB Translation
am a poor (1), destitute (1), lack (1), poor (18), poor man (2), pretends to be poor (1).

רָאשׁ poor, רֵאשׁ poverty, see רושׁ.

[רוּשׁ or רִישׁ]24

verb be in want, poor (related to ירשׁ [compare Qal 3, Niph`al Hiph`il 3]? so Thes); —

Qal Perfect3plural כְּפִירִים רָשׁוּ וְרָעֵ֑בוּ Psalm 34:11 young lions are in want and hunger; elsewhere Participle רָשׁ 1 Samuel 18:23 16t., רָאשׁ 2 Samuel 12:1 2t.; plural רָשִׁים Proverbs 22:7, רָאשִׁים Proverbs 13:23; — (often opposed to עָשִׁיר): as adjective 1 Samuel 18:23; 2 Samuel 12:1,4; Proverbs 28:3; Ecclesiastes 4:14; as substantive = poor man (men), 2 Samuel 12:3; Psalm 82:3; Ecclesiastes 5:7, especially Proverbs 10:4; Proverbs 13:8,23 12t. Proverbs.

Hithpo`lel Participle מִתְרוֺשֵׁשׁ Proverbs 13:7 one impoverishing himself (opposed to מִתְעַשֵּׁר; compare Pô'l. רושׁשׁ Ecclus 11:12; Ecclus 13:5). — Jeremiah 5:17; Malachi 1:4 see רשׁשׁ. p. 439f

lack, needy, make self poor man

A primitive root; to be destitute -- lack, needy, (make self) poor (man).

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