yetsa: to bring out, finishOriginal Word: יְצָא
Part of Speech: Verb
Phonetic Spelling: (yets-aw')
Short Definition: completed
NAS Exhaustive ConcordanceWord Origin
(Aramaic) corresponding to yatsa
to bring out, finish
Brown-Driver-Briggsשׁיציא Kt, שֵׁיצִי Qr verb bring out (to an end), finish (probably
Shaph`el as loan-word from Assyrian šû-ƒû, û-še-ƒû, bring out, √ aƒû (וצא, Biblical Hebrew יצא, = Aramaic יְעָא, compare NöGGA 1884, 1019), Dll.c. Hptl.c. Kl.c.; ᵑ7 שֵׁיצִי complete, put an end to, also come to an end, passive be finished, Christian-Palestinian Aramaic SchulthLex. 205); — finish temple: Perfect3masculine singular ׳שׁ Ezra 6:15, but read probably 3masculine plural שֵׁיצִיו K§ 43, 1 near the end Berthol GuHpt (so ᵐ5 ᵑ9); > Perfect passive BeRy.
Strong's Exhaustive Concordancefinish
(Aramaic) corresponding to yatsa' -- finish.
see HEBREW yatsa'
Forms and Transliterationsוְשֵׁיצִיא֙ ושיציא vesheiTzi wə·šê·ṣî wəšêṣî
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