2934. taman
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taman: to hide, conceal
Original Word: טָמַן
Part of Speech: Verb
Transliteration: taman
Phonetic Spelling: (taw-man')
Short Definition: hidden

NAS Exhaustive Concordance
Word Origin
a prim. root
to hide, conceal
NASB Translation
buries (2), concealed (2), discarded (1), held in reserve (1), hid (8), hidden (9), hide (5), hiding (1), laying...secretly (1), secretly laid (1).

טָמַן verb hide, conceal, especially in earth (Late Hebrew id.; whence perhaps Aramaic טְמֵן keep, preserve; compare Arabic bury, hide (loan-word Frä137); Aramaic , טְמַר id.); —

Qal Perfect טְמֵן Psalm 35:8 2t. etc; Imperfect וַיִּטְמֹן Genesis 35:4, etc.; Imperative suffix טָמְנֵהוּ Jeremiah 13:4; טָמְנֵם Job 40:13; Infinitive construct לִטְמוֺן Job 31:33; Psalm 64:6; Passive participle טָמוּן Job 3:16 3t.; טְמוּנָה Joshua 7:22; plural טְמֻנִים Joshua 7:21; construct טְמוּנֵיDeuteronomy 33:19; —

1 hide, with accusative Genesis 35:4 (E), Exodus 2:12 (E; dead body in sand), Joshua 2:6 (J E; spies under flax-stalks), Joshua 7:21,22 (J E; Achan's theft), Jeremiah 13:4,5,6,7 (Jeremiah's girdle), Jeremiah 43:9,10 (stones at Tahpanhes); hide, bury hand in dish (צַלָּ֑חַת) Proverbs 19:24; Proverbs 26:15 (of עָצֵל the sluggard); נֵפֶל טָמוּן Job 3:16 hidden abortion, i.e. a lifeless child at once buried; שְׂפֻנֵי טְמוּנֵי חול Deuteronomy 33:19 (poem); of hiding iniquity עון Job 31:33; hiding the wicked in the dust עפר Job 40:13.

2 often of hiding, concealing, secretly laying a snare רֶשֶׁת Psalm 9:16; Psalm 35:8, followed by לִי Psalm 31:5; שַׁחַת רִשְׁתָּם Psalm 35:7; מַּח followed by לִי Psalm 140:6; Psalm 142:4; followed by לרגלי Jeremiah 18:22; חבל Job 18:10; מוֺקשׁים Psalm 64:5.

3 טָמוּן that which is darkened = darkness, Job 40:13 nearly = ׃שְׁאוֺל ׳פניהם חֲבשׁ בט bind their faces in darkness (i.e. the wicked); hide = reserve Job 20:26 all darkness is held in reserve for his treasures, i.e. all calamities are stored up for them.

Niph`al Imperative חִטָּמֵן בֶּעָפָר ׳מִמְּנֵי מַּחַד י Isaiah 2:10 hide thyself in the dust, from before the terror of ׳י.

Hiph`il (or

Qal? BaZMG 1889, 180) Imperfect וַיֵּלִכוּ וַיַּטְמִנוּ 2 Kings 7:8 (twice in verse) and they went and hid (it), i.e. plunder from Aramaic camp.

hide, lay privily, in secret

A primitive root; to hide (by covering over) -- hide, lay privily, in secret.

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