Word Summary
naqat: weary
Original Word: נָקַט
Transliteration: naqat
Phonetic Spelling: (naw-kat')
Part of Speech: Verb
Short Definition: weary
Meaning: to loathe
Strong's Concordance

A primitive root; to loathe -- weary.


H5354. naqat

[קוּט‎] verb feel a loathing ("" form of קוּץ‎ q. v.); —

Qal Imperfect1singular בְּדוֺר אָקוּטPsalm 95:10 I felt a loathing at the Generation.

Niph`al Perfect2masculine plural consecutive בִּפְנֵיכֶם וּנְקֹטֹתֶםEzekiel 20:43 ye shall feel loathing against your faces (at yourselves), with ב‎ of thing, so 36:31 (עַל‎ of thing); metaplastic (as if from קטט‎) 3 plural consecutive בִפְנֵיהֶם וְנָקֹטוּ6:9 (אֶל‎ of thing, for עַל‎, + ל‎ of thing, for which Co בְּ‎ Krae בְּ‎ or עַל‎); also 3 feminine singular בְּ נַפְשַׁי נָָֽקְטָהJob 10:1 (as if from נ֗֗֗קט‎; on both forms see Ges§§ 67dd, 72dd).

Hithpolel id. Imperfect1singular בְּ אֶתְקוֺטָטPsalm 139:21 (We אֶתְקוֺמֵם‎); absolute וָאֶתְקוֺטָ֑טָה119:158. — Ezekiel 16:47 see קָט‎; Job 8:14 see following