7429. ramas
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ramas: to trample
Original Word: רָמַס
Part of Speech: Verb
Transliteration: ramas
Phonetic Spelling: (raw-mas')
Short Definition: trampled

NAS Exhaustive Concordance
Word Origin
a prim. root
to trample
NASB Translation
oppressors (1), trample (2), trample my down (1), trample down (1), trampled (7), trampled them down (1), tramples down (1), trampling (1), tread (1), tread down (1), treads (1), trodden (1).

רָמַס verb trample (Late Hebrew id.; Jewish-Aramaic רְמַס; compare perhaps Syriac , Arabic , kick (BaES 33ii. 196); is bury, and conceal grave); —

Qal Perfect3masculine singular consecutive ׳וְר Micah 5:7; Imperfect3masculine singular יִרְמֹס Ezekiel 26:11; Psalm 7:6, יִרְמָסֿ Isaiah 41:25, suffix וַיִּרְמְסֶנָּה 2 Kings 9:33, etc.; Imperative feminine singular רִמְסִי Nahum 3:14; Infinitive construct רְמֹס Isaiah 1:12; Participle רֹמֵס Isaiah 16:4; — trample, of men, with accusative חֲצֵרָ֑י Isaiah 1:12, חוּצוֺת Ezekiel 26:11 (by horses' hoofs), טִיט Ezekiel 41:25 (in simile), compare בַחֹמֶר ׳ר Nahum 3:14, accusative מִרְעֶה Ezekiel 34:18 (in figurative); trample down, accusative of person, animal, or thing, 2 Kings 7:17,20, so (by horses' hoofs) 2 Kings 9:33, לָאָרֶץ חַיָּי֫ ׳יִר Psalm 7:6; Psalm 91:13 ("" תִּדְרֹךְ); subject ׳י Isaiah 63:13 (figurative; +דָּרַךְ), subject רֶנֶל Isaiah 26:6; subject beast 2 Kings 14:9 (allegory) = 2 Chronicles 25:18; Daniel 8:7 (vision), of horn, Daniel 8:10; absolute of lion, וְטָרַף ׳וְר Micah 5:7 (simile); participle as substantive collective tramplers (i.e. devastators) Isaiah 16:4.

Niph`al be trampled, Imperfect3feminine plural בְּרַגֶלַיִם תֵּרָמַ֑סְנָה Isaiah 28:3 (on subject compare Di Du CheHpti. 183).

oppressor, stamp upon, trample under feet, tread down, upon

A primitive root; to tread upon (as a potter, in walking or abusively) -- oppressor, stamp upon, trample (under feet), tread (down, upon).

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