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The Old Testament Hebrew Lexicon

 Strong's Number:  8692Stem and Mood
Word Stem

  1. This form primarily expresses a "reflexive" action of Qal or Piel See 08851
    See 08840

    he worehe dressed himself
    he washedhe washed himself
    he fellhe flung himself, he fell upon, he attacked
    he soldhe sold himself, he devoted himself

  2. It expresses a reciprocal action.

    they sawthey looked upon one another
    they whisperedthey whispered one to another

  3. Some verbs in Hithpael are translated as a simple action. The reflexive action os understood.

    he prayed, he mourned, he became angry

    This form accounts for 1.4% of the verbs parsed.

Word Mood

There are two forms of the infinitive:

    1. Infinitive Construct is used as a verbal noun corresponding to the English verbal noun ending in "-ing"

      1. as subject

        to keep the judgments
        to seek thy heart

      2. as object

        in his "writing"
        he spoke, "saying"

    2. The Infinitive Absolute does not allow prefixes or suffixes

      1. Used with a verb to emphasize the verbal idea. This is often rendered by an English adverb, such as, "surely", "utterly".

        he will surely visit you
        he utterly destroyed the people

      2. It may be used by itself with the value of a finite form of the verb, especially an imperative.

        remember the sabbath day

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Bibliography Information
Brown, Driver, Briggs and Gesenius. "Hebrew Lexicon entry for ". "The Old Testament Hebrew Lexicon".


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