nacham <05162>

Mxn nacham

Pronunciation:naw-kham'
Origin:a primitive root
Reference:TWOT - 1344
PrtSpch:verb
In Hebrew:Mxnyw 12, Mxn 11, Mxnm 7, Mxnw 6, wmxnl 6, ytmxn 6, Mxny 5, ytmxnw 4, Mymxnm 3, wmxnyw 3, ynmxnt 3, Mxna 3, Mxnty 2, wmxn 2, ynmxnl 2, Mxnhw 2, Mxnh 2, Mxnhl 2, Kmxnaw 1, Mxntaw 1, wnmxnt 1, ytmxnhw 1, Nwmxny 1, wnmxny 1, Mxnthl 1, wmxnlw 1, ynmxny 1, Mkmxnm 1, Mkmxna 1, Mtmxnw 1, Mymxnmlw 1, Kmxna 1, wmxnt 1, wmxnw 1, yntmxn 1, ymxnm 1, hmxn 1, Mytmxnw 1, Kmxnb 1, Mxntm 1, Mxntyw 1, ynwmxnt 1, yntmxnw 1, ynmxntw 1, Mxnl 1
In NET:comfort 12, consoled 6, console 5, consoles 4, comforted 3, express sympathy 3, relented 3, regretted 2, forgo 2, regret 2, relent 2, sorry 2, sympathy 2, change mind 2, cancel 2, change mind relent 1, change minds 1, appeased 1, compassionate 1, comforts 1, comforters 1, changes mind 1, comforting 1, change 1, felt sorry 1, repented 1, relents 1, revoke 1, seek vengeance 1, unconsoled 1, showing mercy 1, relenting 1, regrets 1, feeling sorry 1, delivers 1, vengeance 1, filled with sorrow 1, reassured 1, reassure 1, consoling 1
In AV:comfort 57, repent 41, comforter 9, ease 1
Count:108
Definition:1) to be sorry, console oneself, repent, regret, comfort, be comforted
1a) (Niphal)
1a1) to be sorry, be moved to pity, have compassion
1a2) to be sorry, rue, suffer grief, repent
1a3) to comfort oneself, be comforted
1a4) to comfort oneself, ease oneself
1b) (Piel) to comfort, console
1c) (Pual) to be comforted, be consoled
1d) (Hithpael)
1d1) to be sorry, have compassion
1d2) to rue, repent of
1d3) to comfort oneself, be comforted
1d4) to ease oneself
a primitive root; properly, to sigh, i.e. breathe strongly;
by implication, to be sorry, i.e. (in a favorable sense) to
pity, console or (reflexively) rue; or (unfavorably) to avenge
(oneself):-comfort (self), ease (one's self),
repent(-er,-ing, self).

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