3648. kamar
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kamar: to grow warm and tender, to be or grow hot
Original Word: כָּמַר
Part of Speech: Verb
Transliteration: kamar
Phonetic Spelling: (kaw-mar')
Short Definition: stirred

NAS Exhaustive Concordance
Word Origin
a prim. root
to grow warm and tender, to be or grow hot
NASB Translation
become as hot (1), deeply* (1), kindled (1), stirred (2).

I. [כָּמַר] verb Niph`al grow warm and tender, be or grow hot (Late Hebrew id. Pi`el heat fruit in the ground, making it ripe, over-ripe, tender; Aramaic כְּמַר id., and more Generally make warm (one's flesh, or food); compare kemr, fermentation, etc., in modern Syria WetzstZPV xiv (1891), 6) —

Niph`al Perfect3plural נִכְמְרוּ Genesis 43:30 2t., נִכְמָ֑רוּ Lamentations 5:10; —

1 grow warm and tender, figurative, subject רחמים; ׳רַחֲמָיו אֶלאָֿחִיונ Genesis 43:30 (J), so רַחֲמֶיהָ עַלבְּֿנָהּ ׳נ 1 Kings 3:26; (רַחֲמָ֑י We) נִחוּמָ֑י ׳יַחַד נ Hosea 11:8 ("" עָלַי לִבִּינֶהְמַּךְ).

2 be or grow hot, ׳עוֺרֵנוּ כְתַנּוּר נ׳מִמְּנֵי וגו Lamentations 5:10 our skin has become hot like a furnace, because of the famine.

II. כמר (? √ of following; compare Syriac black, dark, usually gloomy, sad; , be sad).

be black, be kindled, yearn

A primitive root; properly, to intertwine or contract, i.e. (by implication) to shrivel (as with heat); figuratively, to be deeply affected with passion (love or pity) -- be black, be kindled, yearn.

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