Word Summary
qatsah: to cut off
Original Word: קָצָה
Transliteration: qatsah
Phonetic Spelling: (kaw-tsaw')
Part of Speech: Verb
Short Definition: to cut off
Meaning: to cut off, to destroy, to scrape off
Strong's Concordance
cut off, cut short, scrape off

A primitive root; to cut off; (figuratively) to destroy; (partially) to scrape off -- cut off, cut short, scrape (off).


H7096. qatsah

I. [קָצָה‎] verb cut off (Late Hebrew id., separate, Phoenician קצהcut off, exterminate; Aramaic קְצָא‎, break off (e.g. bread); Arabic be remote, remote extremity); —

Qal Infinitive עַמִּים קְצוֺתHabakkuk 2:10 cutting off many peoples; Vrss קַצּוֺת‎ (√ קצץ‎); Gr Now conjecture הֲצִיקוֺתָ‎.

Pi`el Infinitive construct בְּ לִקַצּוֺת2 Kings 10:32 to cut off in Israel; read probably לִקְצוֺףto be angry with, ᵑ7‎ Hi CheCrit. n. Isaiah 14:6 (in Commentaries) KmpKau Kit Benz, ᵑ9‎; Gr לָקוּץ‎; Participle רַגְלַיִם מְקַצֶּחProverbs 26:6 (figurative).

Hiph`il Perfect3plural הִקְצוּLeviticus 14:41, accusative dust; Infinitive construct הִקְצוֺת14:43, accusative house, in both apparently = קָצַעscrape, scrape off (q. v., 14:41 a), and so probably read, namely הַקְצִיעַ הִקְצְעוּ,‎, RSJPhil. xvi (1888), 72 Dr-Wh Di-Ry Baen.