Word Summary
nathak: to pour forth, be poured out
Original Word: נָתַךְ
Transliteration: nathak
Phonetic Spelling: (naw-thak')
Part of Speech: Verb
Short Definition: to pour forth, be poured out
Meaning: to pour forth, be poured out
Strong's Concordance
drop, gather together, melt, pour forth, out

A primitive root; to flow forth (literally or figuratively); by implication, to liquify -- drop, gather (together), melt, pour (forth, out).


H5413. nathak

[נָתַךְverb pour forth (intransitive), be poured out (Late Hebrew id., Niph`al flow, Hiph`il melt (transitive); Assyrian natâku, flow DlHWB 487 JägerBAS ii. 292; ᵑ7‎ Aph`el pour out, especially melt; Zinjirli ליתכה‎ (Haph`el) NöZMG xlvii (1893), 98 Cook83; Syriac (rare) PS2480); —

Qal Imperfect3feminine singular תִּתַּךְJeremiah 42:18 3t., וַתִּתַּךְ44:6; Daniel 9:11; 3masculine plural וַיִּתְּכוּ‎ Job 3:34; — pour forth, always figurative, ׳וַיִתּ שַׁאֲגֹתָ֑י כַמַּיִםJob 3:24 and my groans have poured forth like water; usually of divine wrath (חֵמָה‎) Jeremiah 42:18 (with עַלֿ‎ person), 44:6 (absolute), 2 Chronicles 12:7; 34:25 (both with בְּ‎ local against); compare also Daniel 9:11 9:27 (both with עַלֿ‎ person)

Niph`al Perfect3masculine singular נִתַּךְExodus 9:33 2t.; 3 feminine singular נִתְּכָהNahum 1:6; 2 Chronicles 34:21, וְנִתְּכָה‎ consecutive Ezekiel 24:11; 2masculine plural וְנִתַּכְתֶּם22:21; Participle feminine נִתֶּ֫בֶתJeremiah 7:20: — be poured, of rain, אָ֑רְצָהExodus 9:33 (J), compare ׳נ עֲלֵיהֶם מַיִם2 Samuel 21:10; be poured out, of wrath of ׳יNahum 1:6 (absolute), Jeremiah 7:20 (with אֶלֿ‎ location), 42:18 (with עַלֿ‎ person), 2 Chronicles 34:21 (with בְּ‎ person); be poured forth i.e. melted, annihilated in the midst of (בְּתוֺךְ‎) the fire of ׳י‎s fury Ezekiel 22:21 (subject persons), so 24:11 (subject impurity, figurative of caldron).

Hiph`il Perfect3masculine plural אֶתהַֿכֶּסֶף עֲבָדֶיךָ הִתִּיכוּ2 Kings 22:9 thy servants have poured out the money ("" 2 Chronicles 34:12 below); 1 singular אֶתְכֶם וְהִתַּכְתִּ֫י‎ consecutive Ezekiel 22:20 and I will, melt you (figurative of judgment); Infinitive construct לְהַנְתִּיךְ22:20 in order to melt it (i.e. metal in furnace; Co after ᵐ5‎. ᵑ6‎ reads לְהִנָּתֵךְ

Niph`al Infinitive, so Berthol, compare Toy); Imperfect3masculine plural וַיַּתִּיכוּ2 Chronicles 34:17 ("" 2 Kings 22:9 above); תַּתִּיכֵנִי כֶחָלָב הֲלֹאJob 10:10 dost (= didst) thou not pour me out like milk? (of beginnings of life).

Hoph`al Imperfect2masculine plural תֻּתְּכוּ כֵּןEzekiel 22:22 so shall ye be melted (figurative of judgement).