Word Summary
chatsaph: to show insolence or harshness
Original Word: חֲצַף
Transliteration: chatsaph
Phonetic Spelling: (khats-af')
Part of Speech: Verb
Short Definition: to show insolence or harshness
Meaning: to shear, cut close, to be severe
Strong's Concordance
hasty, be urgent

(Aramaic) a primitive root; properly, to shear or cut close; figuratively, to be severe -- hasty, be urgent.


H2685. chatsaph

חֲצַףverb Haph`el shew insolence, harshness (Late Hebrew חצף

Hiph`il act insolently, so ᵑ7‎ Aph`el; Syriac be audacious); — Participle feminine מַחְצְפָה‎ (K§ 33, 2 e)) Daniel 3:22 overbearing (of command), מְהַחְצְפָה2:15 harsh (id.).