taqan: to become straightOriginal Word: תָּקַן
Part of Speech: Verb
Phonetic Spelling: (taw-kan')
Short Definition: arranged
NAS Exhaustive ConcordanceWord Origin
a prim. root
to become straight
arranged (1), straighten (1), straightened (1).
Brown-Driver-Briggs[תָּקַן] verb become straight (Late Hebrew תִּקֵּן arrange, put right; Ecclus 47:9 תיקן set in order; Assyrian takânu, be well ordered, especially Pi`el as Late Hebrew; Aramaic be established, firm, Pa`el , תֵּקֵּין fix, arrange, prepare, etc.; Palmyrene Pa`el erect); —
Qal Infinitive construct לִתְקֹן Ecclesiastes 1:15 (opposed to מְעֻוָּת bent).
[תְּקַן] verb be in order (ᵑ7 Syriac; Biblical Hebrew (late)); —
Hoph`al Perfect1singular הָתְקְנֵת (WCG 225) Daniel 4:33 I was established, עַל of kingdom.
Strong's Exhaustive Concordanceset in order, make straight
A primitive root; to equalize, i.e. Straighten (intransitive or transitive); figuratively, to compose -- set in order, make straight.
Forms and Transliterationsלְתַקֵּ֔ן לִתְקֹ֑ן לתקן תִּקֵּ֖ן תקן lə·ṯaq·qên letakKen ləṯaqqên liṯ·qōn litKon liṯqōn tikKen tiq·qên tiqqên
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Englishman's ConcordanceStrong's Hebrew 8626
lə·ṯaq·qên — 1 Occ.
liṯ·qōn — 1 Occ.
tiq·qên — 1 Occ.
HEB: לֹא־ יוּכַ֣ל לִתְקֹ֑ן וְחֶסְר֖וֹן לֹא־
NAS: cannot be straightened and what is lacking
KJV: cannot be made straight: and that which is wanting
INT: not cannot be straightened and what not