pattish: a forge hammerOriginal Word: פַּטִּישׁ
Part of Speech: Noun Masculine
Phonetic Spelling: (pat-teesh')
Short Definition: hammer
NAS Exhaustive ConcordanceWord Origin
of foreign origin
a forge hammer
Brown-Driver-Briggsמַּטִּישׁ noun masculineJeremiah 50:23 forge-hammer; — (Late Hebrew = Biblical Hebrew; Aramaic loan-word according to Frä85, and so Arabic (compare Arabic tradition in Lane), see ᵑ7 מַּטִּישָׁא; but LagBN 103 compare swine's snout, Syriac flat-nosed); — ׳פ absolute Isaiah 41:7; Jeremiah 23:29; construct Jeremiah 50:23 figurative of Babylonian as destroyer.
Strong's Exhaustive Concordancehammer
Intensively from an unused root meaning to pound; a hammer -- hammer.
Forms and Transliterationsוּכְפַטִּ֖ישׁ וכפטיש פַּטִּ֖ישׁ פטיש paṭ·ṭîš paṭṭîš patTish ū·ḵə·p̄aṭ·ṭîš uchefatTish ūḵəp̄aṭṭîš
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Englishman's ConcordanceStrong's Hebrew 6360
paṭ·ṭîš — 2 Occ.
ū·ḵə·p̄aṭ·ṭîš — 1 Occ.
HEB: צֹרֵ֔ף מַחֲלִ֥יק פַּטִּ֖ישׁ אֶת־ ה֣וֹלֶם
NAS: [And] he who smooths [metal] with the hammer [encourages] him who beats
KJV: [and] he that smootheth [with] the hammer him that smote
INT: the smelter smooths the hammer beats the anvil