H5774 - Strong's Master Concordance
Strong's Exhaustive Concordance [Enhanced]
Derivation: a primitive root; to cover (with wings or obscurity); hence (as denominative from
Strong's: to fly; also (by implication of dimness) to faint (from the darkness of swooning)
KJV: brandish, be (wax) faint, flee away, fly (away), [idiom] set, shine forth, weary.
Lexicon of Extended Strongs for Greek and Hebrew
1) to fly, fly about, fly away
1a1) to fly, hover
1a2) to fly away
1b) (Hiphil) to cause to fly, light upon
1c1) to fly about or to and fro
1c2) to cause to fly to and fro, brandish
1d) (Hithpolel) to fly away
2) (Qal) to cover, be dark
Gesenius' Hebrew and Chaldee Lexicon to the Old Testament ScripturesGesenius: עוּף (H5774 in 16 WLC links below)
(1) i.q. כָּנַף (from which perhaps this root has been formed by softening the letters; compare עָנַק, אָלַץ ;עוּק, אָנַס, אוּץ and others; see the roots דּוּשׁ , הוּךְ etc.), to cover; especially with feathers, wings. Isa 31:5, כְּצִפֳּרִים עָפֹות “as birds which cover (their young) with their wings כֵּן יָגֵן יְיָ צ׳ עַל יְרוּשָׁלַםִ so will Jehovah of hosts protect Jerusalem.” From the idea of covering is עֹוף prop. i.q. כָּנָף a wing; whence-
(2) to fly, to fly a way, to fly unto; used of birds, Pro 26:2 figuratively of an army, Isa 11:14 Hab 1:8 of ships, Isa 60:8 an arrow, Psa 91:5 also to vanish quickly (verfliegen); used of a dream, Job 20:8 human life, Psa 90:10. Once transit. like Hiph., Pro 23:5 כתיב (Arab. عاف, Med. Waw, and Ye, to hang in the air, and hover over something (used of bird); followed by عاى, عَيْفَةُ flight; a secondary word is عَايِفُ an augur; عِيَافُ, عِيافة au-gury). From the idea of covering (No. 1) it is-
(3) to cover with darkness (Syr. ܥܦܳ to wrap round); and intrans. to be covered with darkness. Job 11:17, תָּעֻפָה כַּבֹּקֶר תִּהְיֶה “(although now) covered with darkness,” i.e. pressed down by calamity, “(soon) shalt thou be as the morning;” (unless it be preferred to read with three MSS. תְּעוּפָה darkness shall be as the morning). And-
(4) to faint, to faint away, so that the eyes are involved in darkness (see עָטַף , עָלַף and the Arab. غشى; Syr. ܥܘܽܦ to fail in strength; Ethp. to faint away. Cognate are עָיֵף and יָעַף to fail in strength). Fut. וַיָּעַף (for distinction from וַיָּֽעָף to fly), 1Sa 14:28 Jdg 4:21 .
(2) to brandish, as to make to fly (a sword), Eze 32:10.
Hiphil, to make to fly, Pro 23:5 קרי.
Hithpalel, to fly away, i.e. to vanish, Hos 9:11.
Nouns derived from signif. 1, 2 are עֹוף, עַפְעַפִּים; signif. 3 מָעוּף, מוּעָף, עֵיפָה, תְּעוּפָה.
Strong's Hebrew and Greek Dictionariesעוּף
A primitive root; to cover (with wings or obscurity); hence (as denominative from H5775) to fly; also (by implication of dimness) to faint (from the darkness of swooning): - brandish, be (wax) faint, flee away, fly (away - ), X set, shine forth, weary.
LXX related word(s)
G649 apo stello
G1590 ek luo
G1634 ek psucho
G2186 eph istemi
G1600 ek petannumi
[H3130, H5775, H5776, H6143, H6174, H6175, H6827, H6828, H6829]
Brown-Driver-Briggs' Hebrew Definitions, Thayer's Greek Definitions and Strong's Hebrew and Greek Dictionaries Combined
- to fly, fly about, fly away (verb)
- to fly, hover
- to fly away
- (Hiphil) to cause to fly, light upon
- to fly about or to and fro
- to cause to fly to and fro, brandish
- (Hithpolel) to fly away
- (Qal) to cover, be dark (verb)
- gloom (noun feminine)
Origin: a primitive root
TWOT entry: 1582,1583,1583c
Part(s) of speech:
Strong's Definition: A primitive root; to cover (with wings or obscurity); hence (as denominative from H5775) to fly ; also (by implication of dimness) to faint (from the darkness of swooning): - brandish, be (wax) faint, flee away, fly (away - ), X set, shine forth, weary.
Total KJV Occurrences: 30that may fly (1)
that flieth (2)
Deu 4:17; Psa 91:5
and weary (1)
were faint (1)
waxed faint (1)
and did fly (2)
2Sa 22:11; Psa 18:10
thou shalt shine forth (1)
he shall fly away (1)
for then would i fly away (1)
and we fly away (1)
wilt thou set (1)
they fly away (1)
by flying (1)
he did fly (1)
then flew (1)
but they shall fly (1)
Isa 14:29; Isa 30:6; Isa 31:5
who are these that fly (1)
for thee when i shall brandish (1)
shall fly away (1)
and flieth away (1)
they shall fly (1)
and behold a flying (1)
a flying (1)
Strong's Master Concordance
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