chanak: to train up, dedicateOriginal Word: חָנַך
Part of Speech: Verb
Phonetic Spelling: (khaw-nak')
Short Definition: dedicated
NAS Exhaustive ConcordanceWord Origin
denominative verb from chek
to train up, dedicate
dedicate (1), dedicated (3), train (1).
Brown-Driver-BriggsII. חִָנִךְ verb train up, dedicate (compare Arabic apparently denominative from rub palate of child with chewed dates, Lane659a, of midwife rub palate of new-born child with oil, etc., before it begins to suck, Dozyii, 332; also make experienced, submissive, etc. (as one does a horse by a rope in its mouth) Lane; see also WeSkizzen iii, 154; Late Hebrew חִנֵּךְ accustom; Aramaic חֲנַךְ dedicate, חַנֵּיךְ as Late Hebrew; Ethiopic II. perceive, understand (Di108, initiatio is loan-word Id.ib.)) —
Qal Perfect3masculine singular suffix חֲנָכוֺ Deuteronomy 20:5; Imperfect3masculine singular suffix יַחְנְכֶנּוּ Deuteronomy 20:5, 3masculine plural וַיַּחְנְכוּ 1 Kings 8:63; 2Chronicles 7:5; Imperative חֲנֹךְ Proverbs 22:6; —
1 train, train up a (the) youth (לַנַּעַר) Proverbs 22:6 (compare Late Hebrew חִנּוּךְ).
Strong's Exhaustive Concordancededicate, train up
A primitive root; properly, to narrow (compare chanaq); figuratively, to initiate or discipline -- dedicate, train up.
see HEBREW chanaq
Forms and Transliterationsוַֽיַּחְנְכוּ֙ ויחנכו חֲנָכ֔וֹ חֲנֹ֣ךְ חנך חנכו יַחְנְכֶֽנּוּ׃ יחנכנו׃ chanaCho chaNoch ḥă·nā·ḵōw ḥă·nōḵ ḥănāḵōw ḥănōḵ vaiyachneChu way·yaḥ·nə·ḵū wayyaḥnəḵū yachneChennu yaḥ·nə·ḵen·nū yaḥnəḵennū
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Englishman's ConcordanceStrong's Hebrew 2596
ḥă·nā·ḵōw — 1 Occ.
ḥă·nōḵ — 1 Occ.
way·yaḥ·nə·ḵū — 2 Occ.
yaḥ·nə·ḵen·nū — 1 Occ.
HEB: חָדָשׁ֙ וְלֹ֣א חֲנָכ֔וֹ יֵלֵ֖ךְ וְיָשֹׁ֣ב
NAS: house and has not dedicated it? Let him depart
KJV: house, and hath not dedicated it? let him go
INT: A new not dedicated depart and return