Word Summary
nashath: to be dry or parched
Original Word: נָשַׁת
Transliteration: nashath
Phonetic Spelling: (naw-shath')
Part of Speech: Verb
Short Definition: to be dry or parched
Meaning: to eliminate, to dry up
Strong's Concordance

A primitive root; properly, to eliminate, i.e. (intransitively) to dry up -- fail.


H5405. nashath

נָשַׁתverb be dry, parched; —

Qal Perfect3feminine singular נָשָׁ֑תָּה בַּצָּמָא לְשׁוֺנָםIsaiah 41:17 (on dagesh forte affect. see Ges§ 20i); also figurative גְבוּרָתָם נָָֽשְׁתָהJeremiah 51:30, their might is dry, i.e. fails.

Niph`al Perfect3plural consecutive מֵהַיָּ֑ם וְנִשְּׁתומַֿיִםIsaiah 19:5 and water shall be dried up from the sea; compare Imperfect מַיּם יַנָָּֽתְשׁוּJeremiah 18:14, where read probably יִנָָּֽשְׁחוּ‎ (Gf Gie and others).