qatsah: to cut offOriginal Word: קָצָהPart of Speech:
NAS Exhaustive ConcordanceWord Origin
a prim. rootDefinition
to cut offNASB Translation
cut off (1), cuts off (1), cutting off (1), scrape off (1), scraped (1).
] verb cut off
(Late Hebrew id., separate
, Phoenician קצה cut off, exterminate
; Aramaic קְצָא
, break off
(e.g. bread); Arabic be remote
, remote extremity
Qal Infinitive קְצוֺת עַמִּים Habakkuk 2:10 cutting off many peoples; Vrss קַצּוֺת (√ קצץ); Gr Now conjecture הֲצִיקוֺתָ.
Pi`el Infinitive construct לִקַצּוֺת בְּ 2 Kings 10:32 to cut off in Israel; read probably לִקְצוֺף to be angry with, ᵑ7 Hi CheCrit. n. Isaiah 14:6 (in Commentaries) KmpKau Kit Benz, ᵑ9; Gr לָקוּץ; Participle מְקַצֶּח רַגְלַיִם Proverbs 26:6 (figurative).
Hiph`il Perfect3plural הִקְצוּ Leviticus 14:41, accusative dust; Infinitive construct הִקְצוֺת Leviticus 14:43, accusative house, in both apparently = קָצַע scrape, scrape off (q. v., Leviticus 14:41 a), and so probably read, namely הִקְצְעוּ, הַקְצִיעַ, RSJPhil. xvi (1888), 72 Dr-Wh Di-Ry Baen.
cut off, cut short, scrape off
A primitive root; to cut off; (figuratively) to destroy; (partially) to scrape off -- cut off, cut short, scrape (off).