taqa: to thrust, clap, give a blow, blastOriginal Word: תָּקַעPart of Speech:
NAS Exhaustive ConcordanceWord Origin
a prim. rootDefinition
to thrust, clap, give a blow, blastNASB Translation
blew (19), blow (20), blowing (1), blown (7), blows (1), camped (1), clap (2), drive (1), driven (1), drove (2), fasten (1), fastened (3), give pledges* (1), given (1), guarantor (1), guarantor* (1), pitch (1), pitched (1), pledges* (1), thrust (2), trumpeter* (1).
Brown-Driver-Briggs תָּקַע verb thrust, clap, give a blow, blast
(Late Hebrew id.
; Jewish-Aramaic תְּקַע strike, blow horn
; Ethiopic blow
Qal Perfect3masculine singular ׳ת Genesis 31:25 +, 1 singular וְתָקַעְתִּ֫י Jeremiah 7:18, etc.; Imperfect3masculine singular תִּקְעוּ Jeremiah 3:37 +, suffix וַיִּתְקָעֵהוּ Exodus 10:19, etc.; Imperative masculine plural תִּקְעוּ Hosea 5:8 +; Infinitive absolute תָּקוֺעַ Joshua 6:9,13; construct לִתְקוֺעַ Judges 7:12, ׳כִּת Isaiah 18:3; Participle active תִּקֵעַ Proverbs 17:18 +, ect.; passive feminine תְּקוּעָה Isaiah 22:25; —
1 thrust, drive, weapon (accusative) into (ב) a person Judges 3:21; Judges 4:21; 2 Samuel 18:14, peg into (ב) something Isaiah 22:23,25 (compare Judges 4:21); hence pitch a tent (accusative), i.e. drive its pegs: Genesis 31:25 a Jeremiah 6:3 ( + עַל against, in figure), accusative omitted Genesis 31:25b; thrust, drive, beat (strands of hair together) בַּיָּחֵד Judges 16:4, insert a; so Judges 16:13 (so ᵐ5; compare GFMComm. and PAOS Oct, 1889, 176 ff.); thrust, drive locusts seaward (ה locative), Exodus 10:19 (J); compare בְּ ׳ת 1 Samuel 31:10 of fastening bodies to wall, and similarly 1 Chronicles 10:10 (but read in both הוֺקִיעוּ √ יקע Lag We Dr and modern).
2 give a blast, blow (German 'stossen'), with ב of instrument (usually horn or clarion) Joshua 6:4,8,9,13 (twice in verse); Joshua 6:16,20 (JE), Judges 3:27; Judges 6:34; Judges 7:18 (twice in verse); Judges 7:19,20 14t., + Numbers 10:3,4,8,10 (P; see חֲצֹצְרָה), also Ezekiel 7:14 (see תָּקוֺעַ below); ׳ת alone Judges 7:20; Numbers 10:7 (P; opposed to חֵרִיעַ sound an alarm), with accusative תְּרוּעָה Numbers 10:5; Numbers 10:6; Numbers 10:6 (P; see חֲצֹצְרָה); with accusative of instrument Judges 7:22; Hosea 5:8; Isaiah 18:3; Jeremiah 4:5; Jeremiah 6:1; Jeremiah 51:27; Joel 2:1,15; Psalm 81:4, + תקעו Joshua 6:9 (Kt; Qr תֹּקְעֵי).
3 strike, clap hands; in triumph, כַּף עָלֶיךָ ׳ת Nahum 3:19, כָ֑ף ׳ת Psalm 47:2; also (late) of gesture ratifying a bargain, specifically pledging oneself to become surety, only Proverbs (all "" עַרַב): לַזָּר כַּמֶּיךָ ׳ת Proverbs 17:18; Proverbs 22:26; absolute Proverbs 11:15.
Niph`al Imperfect3masculine singular
1 יִתָּקַע שׁוֺפָר Amos 3:6 if a horn be blown, compare ׳בְּשׁ ׳יִתּ Isaiah 27:13 it shall be blown (a blast shall be given) on a horn.
2 מִיהֿוּא לְיָדִי יִתֵָּקעַ ׃ Job 17:3 who is there that will strike himself (i.e. pledge himself) into my hand ?
blow a trumpet, cast, clap, fasten, pitch tent, smite, sound, strike,
A primitive root; to clatter, i.e. Slap (the hands together), clang (an instrument); by analogy, to drive (a nail or tent-pin, a dart, etc.); by implication, to become bondsman by handclasping) -- blow ((a trumpet)), cast, clap, fasten, pitch (tent), smite, sound, strike, X suretiship, thrust.