palach: to cleaveOriginal Word: פָלַחTransliteration:
(paw-lakh')Part of Speech:
to slice, break open, pierce
bring forth, cleave, cut, shred, strike through
A primitive root; to slice, i.e. Break open or pierce -- bring forth, cleave, cut, shred, strike through.
[מָּלַח] verb cleave (Arabic cleave; Aramaic מְּלַח (usually),, are till, work, serve [=עָבַד]); —
Qal Participle מֹּלֵחַ Psalm 141:7 of cleaving, ploughing, בָּאָרֶץ ("" בקע).
1 cleave open, through, 3 masculine singular יְפַלַּח of piercing kidneys Job 16:13, liver Proverbs 7:23 (both figurative); אֶל וַיְּפַלַּח 2 Kings 4:39 of cutting up (fruit) into pot.
2 cause to cleave open, 3 feminine plural תְּפַלַּחְנָה יַלְדֵיהֶן Job 39:3 of animals bringing forth young; read perhaps תְּפַלַּטְנָה (21:10).