Word Summary
zakak: to be bright, clean or pure
Original Word: זָכַךְ
Transliteration: zakak
Phonetic Spelling: (zaw-kak')
Part of Speech: Verb
Short Definition: to be bright, clean or pure
Meaning: to be bright, clean or pure
Strong's Concordance
be make clean, be purer

A primitive root (compare zakah); to be transparent or clean (phys. Or morally) -- be (make) clean, be pure(-r).

see HEBREW zakah


H2141. zakak

[זָכַךְ‎] verb be bright, clean, pure (kindred with foregoing. Only Lamentations, Job) —

Qal Perfect only 3 masculine plural זַכּ֫וּ‎; —

1 be right, shining, figurative of splendour of nobles ׳ז מִשֶּׁלֶג נְזִירִיםLamentations 4:7 ("" צַחוּ מֵחָלָב‎).

2 be clean, pure in God's sight, of heavens Job 15:15, of stars 25:5 ("" יַאֲהִיל‎ of moon; compare also יִזְכֶּה15:14; 25:4).

Hiph`il cleanse, only Perfect1singular כַּמָּֽי׃ בְּבֹר וַהֲזִכּוֺתִיJob 9:30, figurative of making morally spotless ("" הִתְרָחַצְתִּי‎).