Word Summary
nashah: to forget
Original Word: נָשָׁה
Transliteration: nashah
Phonetic Spelling: (naw-shaw')
Part of Speech: Verb
Short Definition: to forget
Meaning: to forget, to neglect, to remit, remove
Strong's Concordance
forget, deprive, exact

A primitive root; to forget; figuratively, to neglect; causatively, to remit, remove -- forget, deprive, exact.


H5382. nashah

III. [נָשָׁא‎] forget, see II. נָשָׁה‎. below

II. [נָשָׁה‎] verb forget (Late Hebrew id.; Assyrian nišîtu perhaps forgottenness DlHWB 486; Aramaic נְשָׁא‎ (especially Ithpe`el, Aph`el), forget; Arabic forget, neglect; compare Ethiopic ignoscere, condonare, indulgere Di633); —

Qal Perfect1singular נָשׁאֹ אֶתְכֶם וְנָשִׁיתִיJeremiah 23:39 I will forget you finally (but ᵑ6 ᵑ9 ᵐ5‎ Che Gie וְנָשָׂאתִי‎, followed by וְנָטַשְׁתִּי‎ as 23:33 b, see III. מַשָּׂא‎); טוֺבָה נָשִׁיתִיLamentations 3:17 I have forgotten prosperity; Imperfect1singular הַאֶשֶּׁהshall I forget ? i.e. overlook, read by We Micah 6:10 plausibly for הַאִשׁ ᵑ0‎; Infinitive absolute ׳(ל נָשׁאֹ א)Jeremiah 23:39 (see above).

Niph`al Imperfect2masculine singular suffix תִּנָּשֵׁנִיIsaiah 44:21 thou shalt not be forgotten of me, but dubious; Ges§ 117* תִּנְשֵׁנִי‎ (Qal); CheHpt תִּטְּשֵׁנִי‎ (compare Deuteronomy 32:15).

Pi`el Perfect3masculine singular suffix נַשַּׁ֫נִיGenesis 41:51 (E) God hath made me forget + accusative of thing (ַ֯‎ in 1st syllable only here, influence of מְנַשֶּׁה‎ Ges§ 52m).

Hiph`il Perfect3masculine singular suffix חָכְמָה הִשָּׁהּJob 39:17 God caused her (the ostrich) to forget wisdom, i.e. did not endow her with it. Imperfect מִןֿ לְךָ יַשֶּׁה11:6 Eloah allows a part of thy guilt to be forgotten thee, i.e. does not reckon it to thee in full (ᵐ5‎ = כַּעֲוֺנֶ֑ךָ מֵאֱלוֺהַּ לְךָ יִשְׁוֶה‎ [Du] there is equivalent to thee from Eloah, according to thine iniquity, compare Bi CheJob and Solomon; Bu reads נָשָׁה‎ for יַשֶּׁה‎; Du rejects ver. as gloss).