1897. hagah
Lexical Summary
hagah: to moan, growl, utter, speak, muse
Original Word: הָגָה
Transliteration: hagah
Phonetic Spelling: (daw-gaw')
Part of Speech: Verb
Short Definition: to moan, growl, utter, speak, muse
Meaning: to moan, growl, utter, speak, muse
Strong's Concordance
imagine, meditate, mourn, mutter, roar, sore, speak, study,

A primitive root (compare hagiyg); to murmur (in pleasure or anger); by implication, to ponder -- imagine, meditate, mourn, mutter, roar, X sore, speak, study, talk, utter.

see HEBREW hagiyg


H1897. hagah

I. הָגָהverb moan, growl, utter, speak, muse (only poetry) (onomatopoetic; Late Hebrew הָגָהmuse, speak, spell a word, so Aramaic הֲגָא‎; muse, especially Ethpa`al; Arabic satirize, insult, scold, also spell (borrowed meaning)) —

Qal Perf.2masculine singular וְהָגִ֫יתָ‎ consecutive Joshua 1:8; 1singular הָגִ֫יתִיPsalm 143:5, וְהָגִיתִי‎ consecutive 77:13; Imperfect יֶהְגֶּהJob 27:4 8t.; 3 feminine singular תֶּהְגֶּהPsalm 35:28 2t., אֶהְגֶּה63:7; Isaiah 38:14, יֶהְגּוּPsalm 2:1 + 2t., תֶּהְגּוּIsaiah 16:7; נֶהְגֶּה֑59:11; Infinitive absolute הָגוֺ59:11; —

1 of inarticulate sounds:

a. growl, of lion growling over prey, followed by עלIsaiah 31:4.

b. groan, moan, in distress (like dove), absolute, Isaiah 38:14; 59:11 (נֶהְגֶּה הָגוֺ‎); sigh for (לְ‎) in sorrow, mourning, moan for 16:7 ("" לְ יְיֵלִיל‎), so also Jeremiah 48:31.

2 utter, followed by accusative of thing, Psalm 38:13; subject לָשׁוֺןJob 27:4 ("" דִּבֶּר‎) Psalm 35:28; 71:24; Isaiah 59:3; subject מֶּהPsalm 37:30; Proverbs 8:7 — compare also below Po. below; speak (absolute) Psalm 115:7 (בְּ‎ instrumental)

3. a. (soliloquize) meditate, muse, with בְּ‎ of thing, Joshua 1:8; Psalm 1:2; 63:7; 77:13; 143:5; with accusative Isaiah 33:18, subject לֵב‎.

b. imagine, devise, with accusative Psalm 2:1; Proverbs 24:2 (subject לֵב‎); with Infinitive 15:28 (subject id.)

Po. Infinitive absolute only דִּבְרֵישֶֿׁקֶר מִלֵּב וְהֹגוֺ הֹרוֺIsaiah 59:13 a conceiving and an uttering, out of the heart, lying words ("" וְסָרָה עשֶׁק דַּבֵּר‎); — on form compare Köi. 555; but read rather וְהָגוֺ הָרוֺ

Qal Infinitive absolute compare Di; BaNB 77 retains ᵑ0‎ & explanation as Qal Infinitive passive

Hiph`il Participle plural וְהַמַּהְגִּ֥ים הַמְּצַפְצְפִיםIsaiah 8:19 those that make chirpings and mutterings, of necromancers and wizards.


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