6207. araq
Strong's Concordance
araq: to gnaw
Original Word: עָרַק
Part of Speech: Verb
Transliteration: araq
Phonetic Spelling: (aw-rak')
Definition: to gnaw
NAS Exhaustive Concordance
Word Origin
a prim. root
to gnaw
NASB Translation
gnaw (1), gnawing (1).

[עָרַק] verb gnaw (Arabic id.; Syriac Pa`el); **Syriac in Lexicons, and Pa`el; but Syriac usually flee, as ᵑ7. —

Qal Participle plural הַעֹרְקִים צִיָּה Job 30:3 they who gnaw the dry (ground; figurative of scanty subsistence); suffix עֹרְקַי Job 30:17 my gnawing (pains) do not sleep.

Strong's Exhaustive Concordance
fleeing, sinew

A primitive root; to gnaw, i.e. (figuratively) eat (by hyberbole); also (participle) a pain -- fleeing, sinew.

Forms and Transliterations
הַֽעֹרְקִ֥ים הערקים וְ֝עֹרְקַ֗י וערקי ha‘ōrəqîm ha·‘ō·rə·qîm haoreKim veoreKai wə‘ōrəqay wə·‘ō·rə·qay
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Englishman's Concordance
Job 30:3
HEB: וּבְכָפָ֗ן גַּ֫לְמ֥וּד הַֽעֹרְקִ֥ים צִיָּ֑ה אֶ֝֗מֶשׁ
NAS: they are gaunt Who gnaw the dry
KJV: [they were] solitary; fleeing into the wilderness
INT: and famine are gaunt gnaw the dry night

Job 30:17
HEB: נִקַּ֣ר מֵעָלָ֑י וְ֝עֹרְקַ֗י לֹ֣א יִשְׁכָּבֽוּן׃
NAS: within me, And my gnawing [pains] take
KJV: in me in the night season: and my sinews take no rest.
INT: pierces and and my gnawing no take

2 Occurrences

Strong's Hebrew 6207
2 Occurrences

ha·‘ō·rə·qîm — 1 Occ.
wə·‘ō·rə·qay — 1 Occ.

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