Word Summary
marud: restlessness, straying
Original Word: מָרוּד
Transliteration: marud
Phonetic Spelling: (maw-rood')
Part of Speech: Noun Masculine
Short Definition: restlessness, straying
Meaning: an outcast, destitution
Strong's Concordance
cast out, misery

From ruwd in the sense of maltreatment; an outcast; (abstractly) destitution -- cast out, misery.

see HEBREW ruwd


H4788. marud

[מָרוֺד‎, Köil. l, 127 f.] noun [masculine] restlessness, straying (?); — suffix וּמְרוּדִי עָנְיִיLamentations 3:19; plural suffix וּמְרוּדֶיהָ עָנְיָהּ יְמֵי1:7 (read probably מְרוּדָהּ‎ NöZMG xxxvii (1883), 539); plural מְרוּדִים וַעֲנִיִּםIsaiah 58:7, usually concrete the wandering (homeless) poor (Di thinks old Qal passive Participle; CheComm. reads Hoph`al מוּרָדִים‎; BuhlLex Hiph`il מָרִידִים‎; Köii. 1, 128 takes ᵑ0‎ abstract for concrete [apposition of ׳וַע‎]; so Du CheHpt [׳וַע‎ gloss], read perhaps participle רָדִים‎ (מ‎ dittograph)).