Word Summary
zun: to feed
Original Word: זוּן
Transliteration: zun
Phonetic Spelling: (zoon)
Part of Speech: Verb
Short Definition: to feed
Meaning: to be plump, to nourish
Strong's Concordance

A primitive root; perhaps properly, to be plump, i.e. (transitively) to nourish -- feed.


H2109. zun

זוּןverb feed (Late Hebrew Biblical Aramaic id.; Syriac ; Samaritan , ); —

Hoph`al Participle מוזנים סוּסִיםJeremiah 5:8 (Kt; i.e. מוּזָנִים‎; Qr מְיֻזָּנִים‎ from יזן‎ q. v.) well-fed horses, figurative of adulterers; DlPr 73 f. compare Assyrian zanânu, be full (i.e. of sexual desire).

[יזן‎] verb only

Pu`al Participle plural מְיֻזָּנִיםJeremiah 5:8 Qr (< Kt מוּזָנִים‎ see זון‎); meaning dubious (compare by Schu and others with Arabic weigh, whence furnished with weights, i.e. testicles, but sense remote and very uncertain).

יָזִיז‎ see below I. זוז‎ above

יִזְלִיאָה‎ see below זלא‎ above

יון‎, √ of

Pu`al Participle plural מְיֻוָּנִיםJeremiah 5:8 Qr, see [ווּן‎].

יְזַנְיָה יְזַנְיָהוּ,‎ see below I. אזן‎ above

יזע‎ (√ of following; compare Arabic fluxit aqua (Frey); Late Hebrew and Aramaic in derivatives, see below)

[זוּן‎] verb feed (ᵑ7‎; Syriac ; compare Biblical Hebrew); —

Hithpe`el be fed: Imperfect יִתְּזִין‎ (K§ 45, 1 d); so in Syriac WCG 254LCB, 1896, 703) Daniel 4:9, מִן‎ of source.