Word Summary
mahah: to linger, tarry
Original Word: מָהַהּ
Transliteration: mahah
Phonetic Spelling: (maw-hah')
Part of Speech: Verb
Short Definition: to linger, tarry
Meaning: to question, hesitate, to be reluctant
Strong's Concordance
delay, linger, stay selves, tarry

Apparently a denominative from mah; properly, to question or hesitate, i.e. (by implication) to be reluctant -- delay, linger, stay selves, tarry.

see HEBREW mah


H4102. mahah

[מָהַהּ‎] verb only

Hithpalpel linger, tarry (compare Arabic slow walk, delay (†am.)); —

Hithpalpel Perfect1singular הִתְמַהְמָ֑הְתִּיPsalm 119:60; 3plural הִתְמַהְמְהוּJudges 19:8; 1plural הִתְמַהְמָ֑הְנוּGenesis 43:10; Imperfect יִתְמַהְמַהּHabakkuk 2:3; ׳וַיִּתְמGenesis 19:16; Imperative masculine plural הִתְמַהְמְהוּIsaiah 29:9; Infinitive לְהִתְמַחְמֵהַּExodus 12:39; Participle מִתְמַהְמֵהַּ2 Samuel 15:28; — linger, tarry, wait, of person, Genesis 19:16; 43:10 (J), Exodus 12:39 (E), Judges 3:26; 19:8; 2 Samuel 15:28; Isaiah 29:9; Psalm 119:60 (with לֹא‎, opposed to חַ֫שְׁתִּי‎); subject חָזוֺןvision Habakkuk 2:3

מְהוּמָה‎ see הום‎. מְהוּמָן‎ see אמן‎.

מְהֵיטַבְאֵל‎ see יטב‎.