6099. atsum
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atsum: mighty, numerous
Original Word: עָצוּם
Part of Speech: Adjective
Transliteration: atsum
Phonetic Spelling: (aw-tsoom')
Short Definition: mighty

NAS Exhaustive Concordance
Word Origin
from atsom
mighty, numerous
NASB Translation
great (1), large number (1), mightier (6), mighty (14), mighty men (1), mighty ones (1), numerous (1), strong (5), stronger (1).

עָצוּם31 adjective mighty, numerous; — ׳ע Genesis 18:18 +, plural עֲצוּמִים Isaiah 8:7 +, עֲצֻמִים Micah 4:3 +; suffix עֲצוּמָיו Psalm 10:10; —

1 mighty, especially of people, strong in numbers (often "" רַב, גָּדוֺל) Genesis 18:18; Exodus 1:9 3t. J E; Deuteronomy 4:38 6t. D, Micah 4:3,7; Zechariah 8:22; Isaiah 60:22 (opposed to צָעִיר), of locusts Joel 1:6; Joel 2:2,5, compare Joel 2:11; so of חַיִל Daniel 11:25; עַם לאֹ עָצוּם, i.e. feeble Proverbs 30:26 (of the שָׁפָן); less often of individual ׳מְלָכִים ע Psalm 135:10; of waters Isaiah 8:7; ׳ע alone Proverbs 18:18 the mighty, Daniel 8:24; Psalm 10:10 his mighty ones i.e. claws, of lion, so Ew De Che Bae and others).

2 numerous, countless (all "" רַב): Amos 5:12; Psalm 35:18; as substantive = many Isaiah 53:12; Proverbs 7:26. — Isaiah 41:21 see עֲצֻמָה below III. עצם. below

III. עצם (√ of following, si vera lectio; compare Arabic defend, protect, defence, see Du and compare Thes; > De Di and others your mighty things strong arguments (from עָצוּם, below I. עצם, which following perhaps imitates in vocalization)).

feeble, great, mighty, must, strong

Or matsum {aw-tsoom'}; passive participle of atsam; powerful (specifically, a paw); by implication, numerous -- + feeble, great, mighty, must, strong.

see HEBREW atsam

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