Word Summary
radad: to beat out, beat down, subdue
Original Word: רָדַד
Transliteration: radad
Phonetic Spelling: (raw-dad')
Part of Speech: Verb
Short Definition: to beat out, beat down, subdue
Meaning: to tread in pieces, to conquer, to overlay
Strong's Concordance
spend, spread, subdue

A primitive root; to tread in pieces, i.e. (figuratively) to conquer, or (specifically) to overlay -- spend, spread, subdue.


H7286. radad

[רָדַד‎] verb beat out, figurative beat down, subdue (Late Hebrew Pi`el stamp or beat down, make flat, spread out; רְדַד ᵑ7beat out; compare probably Arabic repel, reject (NöM 75); Assyrian radâdu is pursue (rare)); —

Qal, figurative, beat down: Infinitive construct גּוֺיִם לְפָנָיו לְרַדIsaiah 45:1; Participle active תַּחְתָּ֑י עַמִּי הָרוֺדֵדPsalm 144:2; — so also Imperfect יָרֹדIsaiah 41:2 accusative Ew and others (for יַרְדְּ ᵑ0‎, see I. רדהHiph`il). — Judges 19:11 read יָרַד‎.

Hiph`il literally beat out: Imperfect3masculine singular אֶתהַֿזָּהָב ֗֗֗ עַלהַֿכְּרוּבִים וַיָּ֫רֶד1 Kings 6:32 and beat out the gold upon the cherubim (covered them with beaten gold).