Word Summary
makob: pain
Original Word: מַכָאֹב
Transliteration: makob
Phonetic Spelling: (mak-obe')
Part of Speech: Noun Masculine
Short Definition: pain
Meaning: anguish, affliction
Strong's Concordance
grief, pain, sorrow

Sometimes makcowb {mak-obe'}; also (feminine Isaiah 53:3) makfobah {mak-o-baw'}; from ka'ab; anguish or (figuratively) affliction -- grief, pain, sorrow.

see HEBREW ka'ab


H4341. makob

מַכְאוֺבnoun masculinePsalm 32:10 pain; — ׳מ‎ absolute Ecclesiastes 1:18 2t.; construct Psalm 69:27; suffix מַכְאוֺבִי‎ (מַכְאֹבִי‎) 38:18 3t., etc.; plural מַכְאוֺבִים32:10; Ecclesiastes 2:23; מַכְאֹבוֺתIsaiah 53:3; suffix מַכְאֹבָיוExodus 3:7; מַכְאֹבֵינוּIsaiah 53:4; —

1 pain, physical, Exodus 3:7 ("" עֳנִי‎; compare נֹגְשָׂיו מִמְּנֵי‎ in context); 2 Chronicles 6:29 ("" נֶגַע‎); Job 33:19.

2 of mental pain, Psalm 32:10 (of troubles of wicked), of Babylon Jeremiah 51:8; Psalm 38:18; 69:27 (as result of sin; of ׳י‎s servant); in ׳י‎s word to Baruch Jeremiah 45:3 ("" אֲנָחָה יָגוֺן,‎), compare of Israel in distress 30:15 ("" שֵׁבֶר‎), of Jerusalem Lamentations 1:12 (twice in verse); 1:18, Ecclesiastes 1:18 (מַכ יוֺסִיף דַּעַת ׳יוֺסִיף‎); 2:23 ("" עִנְיָנוֺ כַּעַם‎); particular of suffering servant of ׳יIsaiah 53:3-4, (both "" חֳלִי‎).