7219. rosh
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rosh: (bitter and poisonous herb) venom
Original Word: רוֹשׁ
Part of Speech: Noun Masculine
Transliteration: rosh
Phonetic Spelling: (roshe)
Short Definition: poison

NAS Exhaustive Concordance
Word Origin
from rosh
(bitter and poisonous herb) venom
NASB Translation
bitterness (2), gall (1), poison (4), poisoned (2), poisonous (2), poisonous weeds (1).

II. ראשׁ and ( Deuteronomy 32:32) רוֺשׁ noun masculineDeuteronomy 32:33 a bitter and poisonous herb, them venom, always figurative; —

1 a bitter and poisonous herb, + (or "") לַעֲנָה Deuteronomy 29:17; Lamentations 3:19, so (מֵי ראֹשׁ) Jeremiah 9:14; Jeremiah 23:15; ׳מֵי ר (without ׳ל) Jeremiah 8:14; עִנְּכֵירֿוֺשׁ Deuteronomy 22:32 ("" מְרֹרֹת); ראֹשׁ וּתְלָאָה Lamentations 3:5; ׳ר alone Psalm 69:22, מִשְׁמָּטוּמָּרַח כָּראֹשׁ Hosea 10:4, מִשְׁמָּט ׳הְפַכְתֶּם לר Amos 6:12.

2 venom, of serpents, מְּתָנִים ׳ר Deuteronomy 32:33; Job 20:16.

רוֺשׁ poison, Deuteronomy 32:32, see II.ראֹשׁ.

gall, hemlock, poison, venom

Or rowsh (Deut. 32:32) {roshe}; apparently the same as ro'sh; a poisonous plant, probably the poppy (from its conspicuous head); generally poison (even of serpents) -- gall, hemlock, poison, venom.

see HEBREW ro'sh

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