7375. rutaphash
Strong's Concordance
rutaphash: to grow fresh
Original Word: רֻטֲפַשׁ
Part of Speech: Verb
Transliteration: rutaphash
Phonetic Spelling: (roo-taf-ash')
Definition: to grow fresh
NAS Exhaustive Concordance
Word Origin
a prim. root
to grow fresh
NASB Translation
become fresher (1).

רֻטֲפַשׁ verb quadriliteral intransitive grow fresh (Ges§ 56; si vera lectio, transposed טרפשׁ [expanded from טָפַשׁ be wide, loose, delicate, compare especially Assyrian tapâšu, be fat, ZimBP 99 A FräZA iii. 55], compare Talmud טַרְמְּשָׁא fatty membrane, Syriac PS1527 thin flesh; Arabic be convalescent; but ׳ר perhaps not original); — Perfect passive רֻטֲפַשׁ בְּשָׂרוֺ מִנֹּעַר Job 33:25 his flesh hath grown fresher than, etc.; read perhaps טפשׁ AltschüllerZAW vi (1886), 212, יטפשׁ Bi Bu compare Du.

Strong's Exhaustive Concordance
be fresh

A root compounded from ratob and taphash; to be rejuvenated -- be fresh.

see HEBREW ratob

see HEBREW taphash

Forms and Transliterations
רֻֽטֲפַ֣שׁ רטפש ru·ṭă·p̄aš rutaFash ruṭăp̄aš
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Englishman's Concordance
Job 33:25
HEB: רֻֽטֲפַ֣שׁ בְּשָׂר֣וֹ מִנֹּ֑עַר
NAS: Let his flesh become fresher than
KJV: His flesh shall be fresher than a child's:
INT: become his flesh youth

1 Occurrence

Strong's Hebrew 7375
1 Occurrence

ru·ṭă·p̄aš — 1 Occ.

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