Word Summary
chabat: to beat off, beat out
Original Word: חָבַט
Transliteration: chabat
Phonetic Spelling: (khaw-bat')
Part of Speech: Verb
Short Definition: to beat off, beat out
Meaning: to beat off, beat out
Strong's Concordance
beat off, out, thresh

A primitive root; to knock out or off -- beat (off, out), thresh.


H2251. chabat

[חָבַט‎] verb beat off, beat out (Late Hebrew id.; strike, beat, Arabic , Aramaic , חֲבַט‎) —

Qal Imperfect יַחְבֹּטIsaiah 27:12; 3feminine singular וַתַּחְבֹּטRuth 2:17; 2masculine singular תַּחְבֹּטDeuteronomy 24:20; Participle חֹבֵטJudges 6:11; —

1 beat off, זֵיתְךָDeuteronomy 24:20.

2 beat out (grain), Gideon בַּגַּת חִטִּים חֹבֵטJudges 6:11, so Ruth 2:17, of small quantities; — distinct from threshing on open floor, with cattle; figurative of ׳י‎s judgment, and subsequent gathering of Israel Isaiah 27:12 (no object expressed), so Che Di Du; Ges Hi Kn Brd place below 1; VB undecided.

Niph`al Imperfect יֵחָ֫בֶטIsaiah 28:27 fennel (קֵצַךְ‎) beaten out בַּמַּטֶּה‎.

חֳבָיָה חֲבִיָּה, חֲבָיָה,‎ see below חבה‎.

חֶבְיוֺן‎ see below חבה‎.