7833. shachaq
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shachaq: to rub away, beat fine, pulverize
Original Word: שָׁחַק
Part of Speech: Verb
Transliteration: shachaq
Phonetic Spelling: (shaw-khak')
Short Definition: beat

NAS Exhaustive Concordance
Word Origin
a prim. root
to rub away, beat fine, pulverize
NASB Translation
beat (1), beat them fine (1), pulverized (1), wears away (1).

[שָׁחַק] verb rub away, beat fine, pulverize (so Arabic , worn garment, thin clouds; Aramaic שְׁחַק, pilverize; Ecclus שחק Ecclesiasticus 6:36 is go often (wear by treading), Str compare iter terere); —

Qal Perfect3plural אֲבָּנִים שָֽׁחֲקוּ מַיִם Job 14:19 waters rub away stones; 2 masculine singular וְשָׁחַקְתָּ֫ Exodus 30:36 (P; of pulverizing incense, see דקק

Hiph`il); figurative, accusative of foes, Imperfect1singular suffix וְאֶשְׁחָקֵם 2 Samuel 22:43 ("") = Psalm 18:43.

beat, wear

A primitive root; to comminate (by trituration or attrition) -- beat, wear.

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