4291. meta or metah
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meta or metah: to reach, attain
Original Word: מְטָא
Part of Speech: Verb
Transliteration: meta or metah
Phonetic Spelling: (met-aw')
Short Definition: reached

NAS Exhaustive Concordance
Word Origin
(Aramaic) appar. corresponding to matsa
to reach, attain
NASB Translation
arrived (1), came (1), come (1), happened (1), reached (4).

מְטָא, מְטָה verb reach, attain (Targam id., Syriac , compare Christian-Palestinian Aramaic SchulthLex. 108; Ethiopic Arabic (for ) NöZMG xl (1886), 736; distinct from Biblical Hebrew מָצָא, etc., q. v.); —

Pe`al Perfect3masculine singular מְטָא Daniel 4:25, ָ  ה Daniel 7:13,22; 3feminine singular מְטַת Daniel 4:19, מְטָת Daniel 4:21 Qr (Kt, erroneous, מטית K§ 47, Beisp. 1) a)); 3 masculine plural מְטוֺ Daniel 6:25; Imperfect3masculine singular יִמְטֵא Daniel 4:8; Daniel 4:17; —

1. a. reach, come to Daniel 6:25 (ל location); come unto, as far as Daniel 7:13 (עַד person); absolute arrive Daniel 7:22 (of time; ᵐ5 ἐδόθη; see NesMM 41 who compare Arabic IV. give).

b. reach, extend, ל location Daniel 4:8; Daniel 4:17; Daniel 4:19.

2 with עַל person come upon, befall Daniel 4:21; Daniel 4:25.

come, reach

(Aramaic) or mtah (Aramaic) {met-aw'}; apparently corresponding to matsa' in the intransitive sense of being found present; to arrive, extend or happen -- come, reach.

see HEBREW matsa'

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