3013. yagah
Lexical Summary
yagah: to suffer
Original Word: יָגָה
Transliteration: yagah
Phonetic Spelling: (yaw-gaw')
Part of Speech: Verb
Short Definition: to suffer
Meaning: to grieve
Strong's Concordance
afflict, cause grief, grieve, sorrowful, vex

A primitive root; to grieve -- afflict, cause grief, grieve, sorrowful, vex.


H3013. yagah

I. [יָגָה‎] verb suffer, not in

Qal (compare Arabic castravit, be abraded (of the foot); of horse, have pain in the hoof) —

Niph`al Participle feminine plural נוּגוֺת‎ (on form see Köi. 582) Lamentations 1:4 ("" מַר נֶאֱנָחִים,‎) grieved, masculine plural construct נוּגֵי‎ (see Köl.c.) Zephaniah 3:18 (followed by preposition, compare Ges§ 130. 1); of virgins of Zion Lamentations 1:4; of exiles Zephaniah 3:18.

Pi`el Imperfect וַיַּגֶּה‎ (for וַיְיַגֶּה‎, see Köi. 582. 412) grieve, followed by accusative Lamentations 3:33 ("" עִנָּה‎).

Hiph`il Perfect3masculine singular הוֺגהLamentations 1:12; 3:32; suffix הוֺגָהּ1:5; Imperfect2masculine plural תּוֺגְיוּןJob 19:2; Participle plural suffix מוֺגַיִךְIsaiah 51:23; — cause grief or sorrow, absolute Lamentations 3:32 (opposed to רִחַם‎); followed by accusative (Zion) 1:5, compare Isaiah 51:23, also Lamentations 1:12 (object omitted, but אשׁר‎ of grief = wherewith); followed by נָפְשִׁיJob 19:2. — On 2 Samuel 20:13 see II. יגה‎.


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