qatser: shortOriginal Word: קְצַר
Part of Speech: Adjective
Phonetic Spelling: (kaw-tsare')
Short Definition: quick-tempered
NAS Exhaustive ConcordanceWord Origin
quick-tempered* (2), short (2), short-lived* (1), who (1).
Brown-Driver-Briggs[קָצֵר] adjective short; — in phrase קִצְרֵייָֿד 2 Kings 19:26 short of hand, feeble, = Isaiah 37:27; figurative קְצַרֿ אַמַּיִם Proverbs 14:7 = impatient, so קְצַּר רוּחַ Proverbs 14:29 (opposed to אֶרֶח אַמַּיִם); of time קְצַר יָמִים Job 14:1 short-lived.
Strong's Exhaustive Concordancefew, hasty, small, soon
From qatsar; short (whether in size, number, life, strength or temper) -- few, hasty, small, soon.
see HEBREW qatsar
Forms and Transliterationsוּקְצַר־ וקצר־ קְֽצַר־ קְצַ֥ר קִצְרֵי־ קצר קצר־ קצרי־ keTzar kitzrei qə·ṣar qə·ṣar- qəṣar qəṣar- qiṣ·rê- qiṣrê- ū·qə·ṣar- uketzar ūqəṣar-
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Englishman's ConcordanceStrong's Hebrew 7116
qə·ṣar — 2 Occ.
qiṣ·rê- — 2 Occ.
ū·qə·ṣar- — 1 Occ.
2 Kings 19:26
HEB: וְיֹֽשְׁבֵיהֶן֙ קִצְרֵי־ יָ֔ד חַ֖תּוּ
NAS: Therefore their inhabitants were short of strength,
KJV: Therefore their inhabitants were of small power,
INT: their inhabitants were short of strength were dismayed