5201. natar
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natar: to keep
Original Word: נָטַר
Part of Speech: Verb
Transliteration: natar
Phonetic Spelling: (naw-tar')
Short Definition: angry

NAS Exhaustive Concordance
Word Origin
a prim. root
to keep
NASB Translation
angry (2), bear any grudge (1), caretaker (1), caretakers (1), keep (1), reserves (1), take care (1), taken care (1).

[נָטַר] verb keep (less common "" of נָצַר) (Late Hebrew id.; ᵑ7 נְטַר, Syriac id.; Nabataean in proper name Lzb323 (compare also below), Arabic id. (object garden, etc.)); —

Qal Perfect1singular נָטָ֑רְתִּי Songs 1:6; Imperfect3masculine singular יִטּוֺר Psalm 103:9, יִנְטוֺר Jeremiah 3:5; read וַיִּטֹּר also Amos 1:11 (for ᵑ0 יִטְרֹף) OlPs 103:9 We Now GASm Dr; 2 masculine singular תִּטִּר Leviticus 19:18; 1singular אֶטּוֺר Jeremiah 3:12; Participle active נוֺטֵר Nahum 1:2; feminine נֹטֵרָה Songs 1:6; masculine plural נֹטְרִים Songs 8:11,12; —

1 keep, maintain (that is, wrath), of ׳י Jeremiah 3:5,12; Nahum 1:2 (with לְ for), Psalm 103:9; of Edom Amos 1:11 (reading וַיִּטֹּר לָעַד אַמּוֺ and he kept his anger perpetually, see above).

2 keep, guard a vineyard Songs 1:6,6 (in figurative), absolute Songs 8:11, object מִּרְיוֺ Songs 8:12.

bear grudge, keeper, reserve

A primitive root; to guard; figuratively, to cherish (anger) -- bear grudge, keep(-er), reserve.

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