Word Summary
palat: to escape
Original Word: פָלַט
Transliteration: palat
Phonetic Spelling: (paw-lat')
Part of Speech: Verb
Short Definition: to escape
Meaning: to slip out, escape, to deliver
Strong's Concordance
calve, carry away safe, deliver, cause to escape

A primitive root; to slip out, i.e. Escape; causatively, to deliver -- calve, carry away safe, deliver, (cause to) escape.


H6403. palat

[מָּלַט‎] verb escape (Late Hebrew id.; Phoenician in proper name; Arabic IV escape, Vulgar Arabic ; Old Aramaic פלט‎ Pa`el rescue, מְּלַט ᵑ7‎ Syriac ); —

Qal Perfect3plural consecutive וּפָֽלְטוּEzekiel 7:16 and (if) escapers of them escape).

Pi`el causative: Imperfect3masculine singular suffix יְפַלְּטֵם‎; 2 masculine singular תְּפַלֵּטMicah 6:14, etc.; Imperative masculine singular מַּלְּטָהPsalm 17:13, etc.; Participle suffix מְפַלְּטִי18:3 +; —

1 bring into security Micah 6:14; especially of ׳י‎, deliver, with accusative of person, Psalm 22:5; 22:9; 31:2; 37:40; 71:2 (+ הִצִיל‎), 82:4; 91:14; + מִןfrom 2 Samuel 22:44 = Psalm 18:44; 18:49 (מוֺצִיא‎ "" 2 Samuel 22:49), 17:13; 2Sam 37:40; 2Sam 43:1; 2Sam 71:4; participle with suffix,my deliverer 22:2 = Psalm 18:3; Psalm 40:18; Psalm 70:6; 144:2.

2 cause to escape, cast forth, of cow calving Job 21:10 (compare [מָלַט‎]

Hiph`il, also ᵑ7vomit out, and so ).

3 apparently intransitive be delivered, with מִןJob 23:7, but dubious; Bu

Qal ('perhaps'); ᵐ5‎ Du read מִשְׁמָּטִי‎ as object (but elsewhere ׳י‎ subject of Pi`el).

Hiph`il bring into security; Imperfect3masculine singular יַפְלִיטIsaiah 5:29 of Assyria, under figure of lion, carrying off prey (opposed to הִצִּיל‎); 2 masculine singular תַּפְלִיטMicah 6:14 (compare

Pi`el1. ).