Word Summary
naham: to growl, groan
Original Word: נָהַם
Transliteration: naham
Phonetic Spelling: (naw-ham')
Part of Speech: Verb
Short Definition: to growl, groan
Meaning: to growl, groan
Strong's Concordance
mourn, roaring

A primitive root; to growl -- mourn, roar(-ing).


H5098. naham

[נָהַם‎] verb growl, groan (Late Hebrew id.; Arabic ; Aramaic , נְהַם‎); —

Qal Perfect וְנָהַמְתָּ֫Proverbs 5:11; וּנְהַמְתֶּםEzekiel 24:23; Imperfect יִנְהֹםIsaiah 5:29-30,

Participle נֹהֵםProverbs 28:15; —

1 growl, of a lion (namely while it is devouring its prey: opposed to שׁאנ‎, of roar with which it springs upon it RSProph. 243) Proverbs 28:15, of Assyr. (under figure of lion) Isaiah 5:29; followed by עַל‎ (over), 5:30.

2 groan, of sufferer Proverbs 5:11; Ezekiel 24:23.