1794. dakah
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dakah: to crush
Original Word: דָּכָה
Part of Speech: Verb
Transliteration: dakah
Phonetic Spelling: (daw-kaw')
Short Definition: crushed

NAS Exhaustive Concordance
Word Origin
a prim. root
to crush
NASB Translation
broken (1), contrite (1), crouches (1), crushed (2).

[דָּכָה] verb id. (only Psalms); —

Qal dubious; ודכה (יָשֹׁחַ) Psalm 10:10 Kt is read as

Qal Perfect וְדָכָה consecutive by Rob-Ges Ol De and others, i.e. and he is crushed, or and he croucheth (Qr יִדְכֶּה Imperfect so AV RV he croucheth); others read וְדָכֶה יָשֹׁחַ (adjective intransitive or passive) and crushed he sinketh down, compare VB Che; possible would be יִדָּכֶה Niph`al ("" יָשֹׁחַ and ונפל).

Niph`al Perfect וְנִדְכֵּ֫יתִי Psalm 38:9; Participle נִדְכֶּה Psalm 51:19; — be crushed, broken, of physical distress Psalm 38:9 ("" נְפוּגֹתִי); be contrite (לֵב נִדְכֶּה) Psalm 51:19 ("" נִשְׁבָּר).

Pi`el Perfect דִּכִּיתָ Psalm 51:10; suffix דִּכִּיתָנוּ Psalm 44:20; crush down, of divine wrath; with accusative Psalm 44:20, and crush to pieces, object reference to עצמות, in metaphor Psalm 51:10. — דָּכוּ֨ Numbers 11:8 see דוך.

break sore, contrite, crouch

A primitive root (compare dak, daka'); to collapse (phys. Or mentally) -- break (sore), contrite, crouch.

see HEBREW dak

see HEBREW daka'

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