Word Summary
nasach: to pull or tear away
Original Word: נָסַח
Transliteration: nasach
Phonetic Spelling: (naw-sakh')
Part of Speech: Verb
Short Definition: to pull or tear away
Meaning: to pull or tear away
Strong's Concordance
destroy, pluck, root

A primitive root; to tear away -- destroy, pluck, root.


H5255. nasach

[נָסַח‎] verb pull or tear away (Late Hebrew נְסַח ᵑ7 נָסַח,‎ both remove; Assyrian nasâ—u = Biblical Hebrew, so Old Aramaic נסח‎ Cook82 Lzb323; Arabic annul, supersede, change by substitution, copy; compare Assyrian nis—u, nus—u, extract, excerpt DlHWB 472 MeissnZA iv (1889), 267; Late Hebrew נָסְחָה‎, Nabataean נסחתid., also Aramaic נוסחא‎ (whence Arabic ) HoffmZMG xxxii. 760 compare Frä251; Syriac copy); —

Qal Imperfect3masculine singular י יִסַּח גֵּאִים ׳בְּיתProverbs 15:25 the house of proud men will ׳יtear down; מֵאֹהֶל וְיִסָּֽחֲךָPsalm 52:7 yea, he [׳י‎] shall tear thee away, without a tent; 3 masculine plural מִן יִסְּחוּProverbs 2:22 transgressors shall (men) tear away from the land (read perhaps יִנָָּֽסְחוּshall be torn away; "" יִכָּרֵ֑תוּ‎; compare Ges§ 144, 3b. R DaSynt. § 108. b).

Niph`al Perfect2masculine plural consecutive הָאֲדָמָה מֵעַל וְנִסַּחְתֶּםDeuteronomy 28:63 and ye shall be torn away from off the land.

מַסָּח2 Kings 11:6, see above

[נְסַח‎] verb pull away (ᵑ7‎; see Biblical Hebrew); —

Hithpe`el be pulled away: Imperfect3masculine singular יִתְנְסַךְEzra 6:11 (מִן‎).