Word Summary
mots: squeezer, extortioner
Original Word: מֹץ
Transliteration: mots
Phonetic Spelling: (motes)
Part of Speech: Noun Masculine
Short Definition: squeezer, extortioner
Meaning: chaff, threshed loose)
Strong's Concordance

Or mowts (Zephaniah 2:2) {motes}; from muwts; chaff (as pressed out, i.e. Winnowed or (rather) threshed loose) -- chaff.

see HEBREW muwts


H4671. mots

[מוֺץ‎], מֹץnoun masculineIsaiah 29:5 chaff (Talmud מוֺצָא ᵑ7‎, Arabic straw ); — ׳מ‎ absolute Hosea 13:3 6t.; construct Isaiah 17:13; — chaff, always as driven by wind, and always with כְּ‎, in simile; of wicked Job 21:18 ("" לִפְנֵי תֶּבֶן רוּחַ‎), compare Psalm 1:4; 35:5; Hosea 13:8; of hostile nations Isaiah 17:13 (׳מ הָרִים‎), 29:5 ("" דַּךְ אָבָק‎); hyperb. of Judah's power, תָּשִׂים כַּמֹץ גְּבָעוֺת41:16 ("" תָּדוּשׁ וְתָדֹק הָרִים‎); of passing time, יוֺםZephaniah 2:2.

I, II. מוֺצָא‎, [מוֺצָאָה‎] see יצא‎.

I. מוּצָק‎, [מוּצֶ֫קֶת‎] see יצק‎.

II. מוּצָק‎ see צוק‎.