chalash: to be weak or prostrateOriginal Word: חָלַשׁPart of Speech:
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a prim. rootDefinition
to be weak or prostrateNASB Translation
lies prostrate (1), overwhelmed (1), weakened (1).
] verb 1. be weak, prostrate
2 (si vera lectio) weaken, disable, prostrate (Aramaic חֲלַשׁ be weak; , חַלָּשׁ weak, as in Hebrew; Arabic poor (Frey)) —
Qal Imperfect וַיַּחֲלשׁ Exodus 17:13, וַיֶּחֱלָ֑שׁ Job 14:10; Participle חוֺלֵשׁ Isaiah 14:12;
1 ׳וגבר ימות ויח Job 14:10 but man dieth and is prostrate.
2 disable, prostrate, followed by accusative of person Exodus 17:13 (E; point as
Hiph`il ?); followed by עַל person (strangely) Isaiah 14:12.
discomfit, waste away, weaken
A primitive root; to prostrate; by implication, to overthrow, decay -- discomfit, waste away, weaken.