Word Summary
nashal: to slip or drop off, draw off, clear away
Original Word: נָשַׁל
Transliteration: nashal
Phonetic Spelling: (naw-shal')
Part of Speech: Verb
Short Definition: to slip or drop off, draw off, clear away
Meaning: to slip or drop off, draw off, clear away
Strong's Concordance
cast out, drive, loose, put off out, slip

A primitive root; to pluck off, i.e. Divest, eject or drop -- cast (out), drive, loose, put off (out), slip.


H5394. nashal

נָשַׁלverb 1. intransitive slip or drop off; also transitive:

2 draw off.

3 clear away (Late Hebrew נָשַׁל‎ probably intransitive, Qal not used, but noun נְשִׁילָהa falling off, etc.; Pi`el, Hiph`il cast off, let fall off, Niph`al be cast off, fall off; ᵑ7‎ Aph`el אַשֵּׁילcast out (from house); Arabic excidit pluma, etc.; but also transitive, avis mutavit rejecitque plumas (Frey); — celeriter extraxit, etc., is denominative from loan-word according to Frä88); —

Qal Perfect וְנָשַׁל‎ consecutive Deuteronomy 7:1-2t.; Imperfect3masculine singular יִשַּׁל28:40; Imperative masculine singular שַׁלExodus 3:5; Joshua 5:15; —

1 slip or drop off, מִןהָֿעֵץ הַבַּרְזֶל וְנָשַׁלDeuteronomy 19:5 and the iron slippeth off from the wood (i.e. axe-head from helve); זֵיתֶ֑ךָ יִשַּׁל28:40 thine olives shall drop off (absolute).

2 draw off sandal from (מֵעַל‎) foot Exodus 3:5 (E), Joshua 5:15 (JE).

3 clear away nations מִמָּנֶיךָDeuteronomy 7:1, 22.

Pi`el Imperfect3masculine singular וַיְנַשֵּׁל2 Kings 16:6 he cleared the Jews entirely out of (מִן‎) Elath.