A primitive root; to curve -- bow down (self).
כָּפַף verb bend, bend down, be bent, bowed (Late Hebrew bend, overturn, Assyrian kapâpu, bend, bow, DlHWB 347; Arabic fell a seam, also turn back, avert, selvage, circuit, rim; Aramaic כְפַף bend, curve; Palmyrene כפתא niche, from כפף curve according to VogNo. 70, p. 50); —
Qal Perfect ׳כ נַפְשִׁי Psalm 57:7 my soul is bowed down; Infinitive construct (transitive) ראֹשׁוֺ כְּאַגְמֹן לָכֹף Isaiah 58:5 to bend down, like a rush, his head. Passive participle (הַ)כְּפוּפִים those bowed down, in distress, humiliation, etc., Psalm 145:14; 146:8.
Niph`al Imperfect1singular לֵאלֹהֵי אִכַּף מָרוֺם Micah 6:6 with what shall I bow myself (in worship) toward the high God ?