Word Summary
chath: terror, fear
Original Word: חַת
Transliteration: chath
Phonetic Spelling: (khath)
Part of Speech: Noun Masculine
Short Definition: terror, fear
Meaning: crushed, afraid, terror
Strong's Concordance
broken, dismayed, dread, fear

From chathath; concretely, crushed; also afraid; abstractly, terror -- broken, dismayed, dread, fear.

see HEBREW chathath


H2844. chath

I. [חַת‎] noun masculineGenesis 9:2 terror, fear; — חָ֑תJob 41:25, חִתְּכֶםGenesis 9:2; — with suffix as object Genitive, 9:2 terror of you ("" מוֺרַאֲכֶם‎); in description of crocodile with negative, לִבְלִיחָֿ֑ת הֶעָשׂוּJob 41:25 one made for fearlessness.

II. [חַת‎] adjective shattered, dismayed — masculine plural חַתִּים‎: —

1 shattered ח גִּבֹּרִים ׳קֶשֶׁת1 Samuel 2:4 (song; on plural חַתִּים‎ see Dr); so figurative Ezekiel 32:30 according to ᵐ5‎ Manuscripts Co (חַתִּים‎ for חִתִּיתָם ᵑ0‎) broken in their might, of Sidonians in She'ôl.

2 dismayed Jeremiah 46:5 of Egyptians defeated by Nebuchadrezzar.