5327. natsah
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natsah: waste
Original Word: נָצָה
Part of Speech: Verb
Transliteration: natsah
Phonetic Spelling: (naw-tsaw')
Short Definition: waste

II. [נָצָה] verb Niph`al, Hiph`il struggle (Late Hebrew id., Hithpa`el (Jastr928); Aramaic נְצָא, quarrel; Arabic apprehendit, arripuit aliquem antiis suis, Ethiopic vellere, evellere, are perhaps denominative from , (see נוֺצָה), so Thes); —

Niph`al reciprocal struggle with each other: Imperfect3masculine plural יִנָּצוּ Exodus 21:22 (E), Leviticus 24:10 (H), 2 Samuel 14:6; ׳יִנּ יַחְדָּו Deuteronomy 25:11; Participle נִצִּים Exodus 2:13 (E); all of physical struggle, wrestling, and the like.

Hiph`il engage in a struggle against: Perfect3plural הִצּוּ Numbers 26:9 (עַל); Infinitive construct suffix הַצֹּתָם Numbers 26:9 (עַל); הַצּוֺתוֺ אֶת Psalm 60:2 (title); only here of war, hence Klo's suggestion (compare Buhl13) הַכּוֺתוֺ is plausible (compare 2 Samuel 8:3,5,9).

III. [נָצָה] verb fall in ruins; —

Qal Imperfect3feminine plural עָרַיִךְ תִּצֶּינָה מֵאֵין יוֺשֵׁב Jeremiah 4:7 thy cities shall fall in ruins (read probably תִּנָּצֶינָה Niph`al).

Niph`al Participle plural גַּלִּים נִצִּים ruined heaps, i.e. ruin-heaps, 2 Kings 19:25 = Isaiah 37:26. — On Jeremiah 2:15; Jeremiah 9:9; Jeremiah 9:11; Jeremiah 46:19 see יצת.

נִצָּה see נצץ. נצָתָהּ Lev Jeremiah 1:16 see נוֺצָה above

be laid waste, ruinous, strive together

A primitive root; properly, to go forth, i.e. (by implication) to be expelled, and (consequently) desolate; causatively, to lay waste; also (specifically), to quarrel -- be laid waste, runinous, strive (together).

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