parat: perhaps divideOriginal Word: פָּרַט
Part of Speech: Verb
Phonetic Spelling: (paw-rat')
Short Definition: improvise
NAS Exhaustive ConcordanceWord Origin
a prim. root
Brown-Driver-Briggs[מָּרַט] verb very dubious,
Qal Participle plural הַמֹּרְטִים עַלמִּֿי הַנָּ֑בֶל Amos 6:5 (Late Hebrew break off, divide, so Syriac ; Late Hebrew מְּרוּטָה, Aramaic מְּרִיטָא, small coin, change, hence) AW Ra AE Ki divide words into parts (in singing), AV chant; and Thes scatter (compare מֶּרֶט) empty words; possibly also would be stammer (of broken speech; said contemptuously): — (Arabic is precede, act hastily, IV. act extravagantly, talk immoderately (see further DrAm. 236), hence) AW (as alternative) improvise carelessly, idly.
Strong's Exhaustive Concordancechant
A primitive root; to scatter words, i.e. Prate (or hum) -- chant.
Forms and Transliterationsהַפֹּרְטִ֖ים הפרטים hap·pō·rə·ṭîm happoreTim happōrəṭîm
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