2338. chut
Strong's Concordance
chut: to repair (foundations)
Original Word: חוּט
Part of Speech: Verb
Transliteration: chut
Phonetic Spelling: (khoot)
Definition: to repair (foundations)
NAS Exhaustive Concordance
Word Origin
(Aramaic) corresponding to the root of chut
to repair (foundations)
NASB Translation
repairing (1).

[חוּט or חִיט] verb repair (foundations); —

Hilph. Imperfect3masculine plural יַחִ֫יטוּ Ezra 4:12 (si vera lectio [NöGGA.1884, 1018 Str§ 13 b]), rare from for יְהִיטוּן K§§ 16, 5. 26. 1 M§ 63 g. Anm., but perhaps read this, and regard as

Qal (original meaning dubious; Arabic is sew, = ᵑ7 חוּט, Syriac , compare Biblical Hebrew חוּט thread; Syriac Pa. Also join together (so here SchulthZAW Schulthxxii (1902). Schulth162Anm.), compare Arabic conjunxit trabes (de GoejeBibl. Geogr. Arab., Participle iv (1879), Glossary 231: compare Participle viii (1894), Glossary P. xx); FräZAW xix (1899), 180 conjecture pull down and clear away (for rebuilding), compare —aia‰u DlWB 274; JenKB vi. 344 compare Assyrian —â‰u, observe, learn DlWB I. היט), i.e. examine, test; HptGu. Ezra-Neh 62 conjectures √ חטט excauate, compare Arabic secure site by a mark, found a town; StrGr (1905) 40 יְהִיבוּ (after Seybold), compare Ezra 5:16; and others conjecture build wall, denominative, compare Arabic wall (√ guard, surround)).

Strong's Exhaustive Concordance

(Aramaic) corresponding to the root of chuwt, perhaps as a denominative; to string together, i.e. (figuratively) to repair -- join.

see HEBREW chuwt

Forms and Transliterations
יַחִֽיטוּ׃ יחיטו׃ ya·ḥî·ṭū yaChitu yaḥîṭū
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Englishman's Concordance
Ezra 4:12
HEB: ק) וְאֻשַּׁיָּ֖א יַחִֽיטוּ׃
NAS: the walls and repairing the foundations.
KJV: the walls [thereof], and joined the foundations.
INT: complete the foundations and repairing

1 Occurrence

Strong's Hebrew 2338
1 Occurrence

ya·ḥî·ṭū — 1 Occ.

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