1751. duq
Strong's Concordance
duq: be broken to pieces
Original Word: דּוּק
Part of Speech: Verb
Transliteration: duq
Phonetic Spelling: (dook)
Definition: be broken to pieces
NAS Exhaustive Concordance
Word Origin
(Aramaic) the same as deqaq, q.v.

[דְּקַק] verb be shattered, fall to pieces (Biblical Hebrew); —

Pe`al Perfect3masculine plural דָּקוּ Daniel 2:35.

Haph`el break in pieces: Perfect3feminine singular הַדֶּ֫קֶת Daniel 2:34,45, 3masculine pluralהַדִּ֑קוּ Daniel 6:25 (all followed by accusative); Imperfect3feminine singular תַּדִּק Daniel 2:40 (absolute), Daniel 2:44 (accusative); suffix תַּדֱּקִנַּהּ Daniel 7:23; Participle active מְהַדֵּק Daniel 2:40 (accusative), feminine מַדֱּקָה (K§ 46, 3 b)) absolute Daniel 7:7,19.

דָּר see דוּר.

Strong's Exhaustive Concordance
be broken to pieces

(Aramaic) corresponding to daqaq; to crumble -- be broken to pieces.

see HEBREW daqaq

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