Word Summary
magar: to cast, throw, toss
Original Word: מָגַר
Transliteration: magar
Phonetic Spelling: (maw-gar')
Part of Speech: Verb
Short Definition: to cast, throw, toss
Meaning: to yield up, to precipitate
Strong's Concordance
cast down, terror

A primitive root; to yield up; intensively, to precipitate -- cast down, terror.


H4048. magar

[מָגַר‎] verb cast, throw, toss (Aramaic lapsus est et cecidit Lexicons; ᵑ7‎ Pa מַגֵּרhurl down 2Kings (Nehemiah 9:33, overthrow); —

Qal Participle passive plural construct הָיוּ אֶלחֶֿרֶב מְגוּרֵיEzekiel 21:17 they are thrown to the sword (on construct before preposition see Ges§ 130. l DaSynt. § 28 R 1).

Pi`el Perfect2masculine singular מִגַָּֽ֯רְתָּה׃ לָאָרֶץ וְכִסְאוֺPsalm 89:45 and his throne to earth thou hast hurled.