A primitive root: to sling: also to carve (as if a circular motion, or into light forms) -- carve, sling (out).
' I. [קָלַע] verb sling, hurl forth (Thes compare Arabic sit insecurely (see also Frä224, Socin in BuhlLex 13), waver, whence sail (loan-word Fräl.c.), Jewish-Aramaic קַלְעָא id., Biblical Hebrew Late Hebrew קֶלַע curtain; thence hurl, sling; but this perhaps denominative (Socl.c.) from loosened clod, compare Syriac id. (Nö in Fräl.c.); Arabic sling, Eth : id.; קְלַע ᵑ7 verb sling, Syriac noun sling); —
Qal Participle אֶלֿ בָּאֶבֶן קֹלֵעַ Judges 20:16 one slinging (with) a stone at a hair; ׳קוֺ with accusative of person Jeremiah 10:18 I will sling forth the inhabitants.
Pi`el Imperfect3masculine singular וַיִקַלַּע 1 Samuel 17:49 and he slang (that is, the stone); suffix יְקַלְּעֶנָּה 25:29 he shall sling away (life of enemy).
II. קָלַע verb carve; —
Qal Perfect3masculine singular ׳ק: with 2 accusative, carve walls with, 1 Kings 6:29; with accusative of congnate meaning with verb + עַל 6:32; with accusative of thing carved 6:35.