7283. ragash
Lexical Summary
ragash: to be in tumult or commotion
Original Word: רָגַשׁ
Transliteration: ragash
Phonetic Spelling: (raw-gash')
Part of Speech: Verb
Short Definition: to be in tumult or commotion
Meaning: to be in tumult or commotion
Strong's Concordance

A primitive root; to be tumultuous -- rage.


H7283. ragash

[רָגַשׁ‎] verb be in tumult or commotion (Arabic make a vehement noise; Biblical Aramaic Aramaic רְגַשׁ‎, be disturbed, in tumult (ᵑ7‎ Ithpe`el often for הָמָה‎, as Psalm 46:6, שָׁאָהIsaiah 17:12f.; for חָמוֺןibid.); but Syriac usually perceive, so Late Hebrew Hiph`il, but Hithpa`el fall stormily upon); —

Qal Perfect3plural Psalm 2:1 רָֽגְשׁוּ‎ why do the nations throng tumultuously ?


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