mara: perhaps to flap (the wings)Original Word: מָרָא
Part of Speech: Verb
Phonetic Spelling: (maw-raw')
Short Definition: lifts
NAS Exhaustive ConcordanceWord Origin
a prim. root
perhaps to flap (the wings)
Brown-Driver-BriggsI. [מָרָא] verb only
Hiph`il Imperfect3feminine singular: meaning dubious, perhaps beat the air, or flap the wings, compare Di De (and Wetzst in De), Bu Du (compare Arabic whip, urge on a horse ?); — תַּמְרִ֑יא תִּשְׂחָק לַסּוּם וּלְדֹבְבוֺ׃ Job 39:18 she (the ostrich) flaps away, she laughs at the horse and his rider.
II. מרא (√ of following, be fat; compare Assyrian marû III. causative, adjective marû, well-fed, fat; Arabic be digestible, agree with (of food)).
Strong's Exhaustive Concordancebe filthy, lift up self
A primitive root; to rebel; hence (through the idea of maltreating) to whip, i.e. Lash (self with wings, as the ostrich in running) -- be filthy, lift up self.
Forms and Transliterationsמֹרְאָ֖ה מראה תַּמְרִ֑יא תמריא mō·rə·’āh mōrə’āh moreAh tam·rî tamRi tamrî
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Englishman's ConcordanceStrong's Hebrew 4754
mō·rə·’āh — 1 Occ.
tam·rî — 1 Occ.
HEB: כָּ֭עֵת בַּמָּר֣וֹם תַּמְרִ֑יא תִּֽשְׂחַ֥ק לַ֝סּ֗וּס
NAS: When she lifts herself on high,
KJV: What time she lifteth up herself on high,
INT: When high lifts laughs the horse