2187. zanaq
Strong's Concordance
zanaq: to leap
Original Word: זָנַק
Part of Speech: Verb
Transliteration: zanaq
Phonetic Spelling: (zaw-nak')
Definition: to leap
NAS Exhaustive Concordance
Word Origin
a prim. root
to leap
NASB Translation
leaps (1).

[זָנַק] verb only

Pi`el leap (Late Hebrew זִנֵּק cause to spring, spurt; Aramaic throw, shoot, also bind) — Imperfect3masculine singular יְזַנֵּק מִןהַֿבָּשָׁן Deuteronomy 33:22 he leapeth forth from Bashan (of Dan under figure of lion's whelp).

זֵעָה see יָזַע.

זְעָוָה see זְוָעָה below זוּעַ.

Strong's Exhaustive Concordance

A primitive root; properly, to draw together the feet (as an animal about to dart upon its prey), i.e. To spring forward -- leap.

Forms and Transliterations
יְזַנֵּ֖ק יזנק yə·zan·nêq yezanNek yəzannêq
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Englishman's Concordance
Deuteronomy 33:22
HEB: גּ֣וּר אַרְיֵ֑ה יְזַנֵּ֖ק מִן־ הַבָּשָֽׁן׃
NAS: whelp, That leaps forth from Bashan.
KJV: whelp: he shall leap from Bashan.
INT: whelp a lion's leaps from Bashan

1 Occurrence

Strong's Hebrew 2187
1 Occurrence

yə·zan·nêq — 1 Occ.

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