bus: to tread down, trampleOriginal Word: בּוּסPart of Speech:
NAS Exhaustive ConcordanceWord Origin
a prim. rootDefinition
to tread down, trampleNASB Translation
loathes (1), squirming (2), trample (1), trample down (1), trampled (1), trampled down (1), tread down (2), treading down (1), trod down (1), trodden it down (1).
tread down, trample —
Qal Imperfect יָבוּס Psalm 60:14 = Psalm 108:14; 3feminine singular תָּבוּס Proverbs 27:7, אָבוּס Isaiah 63:6; suffix3singular אֲבוּסֶנּוּ Isaiah 14:25; 1plural נָבוּס Psalm 44:6; — tread down, trample (of warriors), no object expressed Zechariah 10:5; id., figurative with accusative (subject ׳י, as warrior) Isaiah 14:25 compare Psalm 60:14 = Psalm 108:14; Isaiah 63:6; (subject men, with God's help) Psalm 44:6; figurative = reject, loathe Proverbs 27:7.
Pol. Perfect בּוֺסְסוּ Isaiah 63:18; בֹּסְסוּ Jeremiah 12:10 — tread down in bad sense, subject enemies of ׳י, object accusative Jeremiah 12:10 (in metaphor); = desecrate (object מקדשׁ) Isaiah 63:18.
Hithpolel Participle feminine מִתְבּוֺסֶסֶת Ezekiel 16:6,22 — of the blind movements of infant's limbs, kick out (this way and that), figurative of Jerusalem.
Hoph`al Participle מוּבָ֑ס Isaiah 14:19 — passive trodden down Isaiah 14:19, of corpse, simile of king of Babylon.
loath, tread down, under foot, be polluted
A primitive root; to trample (literally or figuratively) -- loath, tread (down, under (foot)), be polluted.