605. anash
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anash: to be weak, sick
Original Word: אָנַשׁ
Part of Speech: Verb
Transliteration: anash
Phonetic Spelling: (aw-nash')
Short Definition: incurable

NAS Exhaustive Concordance
Word Origin
a prim. root
to be weak, sick
NASB Translation
desperately sick (1), incurable (6), sick (1), woeful (1).

I. [אָנַשׁ] verb be weak, sick (Assyrian anâšu ZimBP 56, 70; Wetzst in DePsalmen, ed. 4, 882 derive from II. אנשׁ per antiphrasin; DlPr 160 identified with III. אנשׁ; see also DePsalmen, ed. 4, 904; so LagBN 60, who compare , weichliches d.h. stumpfes Schwert. It seems safer at present to keep the three distinct).

Qal Passive participle אָנוּשׁ Job 34:6 +; אֲנוּשָׁה Jeremiah 15:18; Micah 1:9 & so read Psalm 69:21 (Bi Che) etc.; as adjective incurable, of wound, but metaphor (מַכָּה) Micah 1:9; Jeremiah 15:18; compare Job 34:6 (חֵץ), Jeremiah 30:12 שֵׁבֶר; "" נַחְלָה מַכָּה); so כְּאֵב אָנוּשׁ Isaiah 17:11; compare Jeremiah 30:15 (מַכְאֹב); compare יוֺם אָנוּשׁ Isaiah 17:16; also in phrase עָקֹב הַלֵּב מִכֹּל וְאָנֻשׁ הוּא Jeremiah 17:9

Niph`al Imperfect וַיֵּאָנַ֯שׁ֑ 2 Samuel 12:15 be sick, of child.

II. אנשׁ (compare Arabic be inclined to, friendly, social, which however NöZMG 1886, 739 thinks denominative, compare collective men, people; see on the other hand Wetzstl.c. ZimBP 20, see also LagBN 68; — hence אֲנָשִׁים plural of אִישּׁ; see also below אישׁ).

desperately wicked, incurable, sick, woeful

A primitive root; to be frail, feeble, or (figuratively) melancholy -- desperate(-ly wicked), incurable, sick, woeful.

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