raash: a quaking, shakingOriginal Word: רַ֫עַשׁPart of Speech:
NAS Exhaustive ConcordanceWord Origin
a quaking, shakingNASB Translation
commotion (1), earthquake (7), rattling (3), rumbling (2), shaking (1), trembling (1), tumult (2).
Brown-Driver-Briggs רַ֫עַשׁ noun masculineJeremiah 10:22 quaking, shaking
; — ׳ר
absolute 1 Kings 19:11
+, construct Nahum 3:2
; Job 41:21
1 specifically earthquake, Amos 1:1; Zechariah 14:5; 1 Kings 19:11 (twice in verse); 1 Kings 19:12; figurative of ׳יs judgement Isaiah 29:6; Ezekiel 38:19; compare (in vision) קוֺל גָּרוֺל ׳ר Ezekiel 3:12,13; probably also Ezekiel 37:7 (ᵐ5 Thes Co Krae; > rustling, rattling, Hi-Sm Toy); hence hyperbole of shaking of earth by tramping of warriors Isaiah 9:4, by war-chariots Jeremiah 47:3, compare Jeremiah 10:22, or wheels Nahum 3:2.
2 quaking, trembling, of person Ezekiel 12:18.
3 shaking, quivering, of horse eager to start Job 39:24 (+ רֹגֶז), of dart Job 41:21 (al. rushing sound).
commotion, confused noise, earthquake, fierceness, quaking, rattling, rushing, shaking
From ra'ash; vibration, bounding, uproar -- commotion, confused noise, earthquake, fierceness, quaking, rattling, rushing, shaking.
see HEBREW ra'ash