1970. hakar
Strong's Concordance
hakar: perhaps to wrong
Original Word: הָכַר
Part of Speech: Verb
Transliteration: hakar
Phonetic Spelling: (haw-kar')
Definition: perhaps to wrong
NAS Exhaustive Concordance
Word Origin
a prim. root
perhaps to wrong
NASB Translation
wrong (1).

[הָכַר] verb only

Qal or

Hiph`il (Ges§ 53 R. 4 Köi. 251) Imperfect2masculine plural תַּהְכְּרוּ in phrase לֹאתֵֿבשׁוּ תַהְכְּרוּלִֿי Job 19:3, sense very dubious; Schult Thes De and others (as Hiph`il) ye came me (לְ = accusative) to wonder (compare Arabic ); others (as Qal) ye deal hardy with, wrong me (so context seems rather to require, see Ges in Add84 Rob-Ges Ew Di Da RV; compare Arabic wrong, detract from; Manuscripts read תחכרו, which is preferable, if this meaning be adopted; ᵐ5 ἑπίκεισθέ μοι, ᵑ9 opprimentes); conjectures are תְּחָֽרְפוּ OlHiob; תַּחַבְרוּ אֵלָ֑י Me; Siegf תִּתְחַבְּרוּ.

Strong's Exhaustive Concordance
make self strange

A primitive root; apparently to injure -- make self strange.

Forms and Transliterations
תַּהְכְּרוּ־ תהכרו־ tah·kə·rū- tahkeru tahkərū-
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Englishman's Concordance
Job 19:3
HEB: לֹֽא־ תֵ֝בֹ֗שׁוּ תַּהְכְּרוּ־ לִֽי׃
NAS: me; You are not ashamed to wrong me.
KJV: me: ye are not ashamed [that] ye make yourselves strange to me.
INT: are not ashamed to wrong

1 Occurrence

Strong's Hebrew 1970
1 Occurrence

tah·kə·rū- — 1 Occ.

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