2224. zarach
Lexical Summary
zarach: to rise, come forth
Original Word: זָרַח
Transliteration: zarach
Phonetic Spelling: (zaw-rakh')
Part of Speech: Verb
Short Definition: to rise, come forth
Meaning: to irradiate, to rise, to appear
Strong's Concordance
arise, rise up, as soon as it is up

A primitive root; properly, to irradiate (or shoot forth beams), i.e. To rise (as the sun); specifically, to appear (as a symptom of leprosy) -- arise, rise (up), as soon as it is up.


H2224. zarach

זָרַחverb rise, come forth (Late Hebrew id., Assyrian zarâ—u DlPr 180; Sabean דֿרחlofty, majestic (of king) and in compound proper name DHMZMG 1875, 605; 1883, 327 MordtZMG 1876, 37) —

Qal Perfect ׳זDeuteronomy 33:2; Psalm 112:4; זָרָ֑חIsaiah 60:1; וְזָרַח‎ consecutive 58:10; Ecclesiastes 1:5; 3feminine singular זָרְחָהExodus 22:2-3t.; וְזָרְָֽחָה‎ consecutive Malachi 3:20; Imperfect יִזְרַח2 Samuel 23:4; Isaiah 60:2; יִזְרָ֑חJob 9:7; וַיִּזְרַחGenesis 32:32; 3feminine singular תִּזְרחPsalm 104:22; Infinitive construct זְרֹחַJudges 9:33; Joel 4:8; Participle זוֺרֵחַEcclesiastes 1:5; —

1 rise:

a. (of sun) Judges 9:33; Nahum 3:7; 2 Samuel 23:4; Jonah 4:8; Job 9:7; Psalm 104:22; Ecclesiastes 1:5 (twice in verse); followed by עלExodus 22:2 (JE), 2 Kings 3:22; followed by לְGenesis 32:32 (J).

b. figurative, followed by צְדָקָה שֶׁמֶשׁ לְ,‎ Malachi 3:20; of לָמוֺ מִשֵּׂעִיר וְזָרַח ׳י,Deuteronomy 33:2; followed by על‎, Isaiah 60:2 ("" יראה כבודו‎); י ׳כבוד60:1; subject אוֺד‎, figurative ( = happiness, blessedness) 58:10; Psalm 112:4 (followed by לְ‎).

2 come out, appear, of appearance of leprosy (הַצָּרַ֫עַת‎) 2 Chronicles 26:19.


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