4830. marith
Lexical Summary
marith: a pasturing, shepherding, pasturage
Original Word: מִרְעִית
Transliteration: marith
Phonetic Spelling: (meer-eeth')
Part of Speech: Noun Feminine
Short Definition: a pasturing, shepherding, pasturage
Meaning: a pasturing, shepherding, pasturage
Strong's Concordance
flock, pasture

From ra'ah in the sense of feeding; pasturage; concretely, a flock -- flock, pasture.

see HEBREW ra'ah


H4830. marith

[מַרְעִית‎] noun feminine pasturing, shepherding, pasturage (always figurative); — suffix מַרְעִיתִיJeremiah 23:1; Ezekiel 34:31, מַרְעִיתֶ֑ךָPsalm 74:1; 79:13, etc.; —

1 pasturing, shepherding, מַרְעִיתִי צאֹן‎, of Israel as flock of ׳י‎, Jeremiah 23:1; Ezekiel 34:31, compare Psalm 74:1; 79:13; 100:3 + 95:7(read ׳צ ׳מ יָדוֺ וְעַם‎, compare Hup-Now Che).

2 pasturage, Hosea 13:6 (Now כִּרְעוֺתָם‎), Isaiah 49:9; Jeremiah 25:36.

3 by meton. = flock Jeremiah 10:21.


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