Word Summary
nathash: to pull or pluck up, root out
Original Word: נָתַשׁ
Transliteration: nathash
Phonetic Spelling: (naw-thash')
Part of Speech: Verb
Short Definition: to pull or pluck up, root out
Meaning: to pull or pluck up, root out
Strong's Concordance
destroy, forsake, pluck out, up, by the roots, pull up, root out up, utterly

A primitive root; to tear away -- destroy, forsake, pluck (out, up, by the roots), pull up, root out (up), X utterly.


H5428. nathash

נָתַשׁverb pull or pluck up, root out, especially in Jeremiah and later (Ecclus Imperfect3feminine singular נטע תנתשEcclesiastes 3:9; Late Hebrew = Biblical Hebrew; נְתַשׁ ᵑ7id.; Syriac tear off, away; Arabic is loan-word Frä137); —

Qal Perfect3masculine singular וְנָתַשׁ‎ consecutive 1 Kings 14:15; 2feminine singular נָתַשְׁתְּPsalm 9:7, etc.; Imperfect3masculine singular suffix וַיִּתְּשֵׁםDeuteronomy 29:27; 1singular אֶתּשׁJeremiah 12:14, אֶתּוֺשׁ24:6; 42:10; Infinitive absolute נָתוֺשׁ12:17; construct לִנְתֿוֺשׁ1:10; 18:7, לִנְתשׁ31:28 (on תֿ‎ see Ges§ 45g); suffix נָתְשִׁי12:15; Participle active נֹתֵשׁ45:4, suffix נֹתְשָׁם12:14; — pull or pluck up, with accusative Asherim Micah 5:13 (מִקִּרְבֶּ֑ךָ‎); especially of nation, הָאֲדָמָה ׳וְנ ׳אֶתיִֿשׂ מֵעַל1 Kings 14:15, so Deuteronomy 29:27; Jeremiah 12:14; 2 Chronicles 7:20; מִתּוֺכָם אֶתּשׁJeremiah 12:14; without וְגו ׳מֵעַל12:15, 17; opposed to נָטַע45:4; object omitted 24:6; 42:10 (both opposed to נָטַע‎); so infinitive absolute וְאַבֵּד נָתוֺשׁ12:17; infinitive construct לִנְתֿוֺשׁ1:10 = 18:7; compare 31:28 (see נתץQal 2 a); once of cities נ ׳עָרִיםPsalm 9:7 thou hast uprooted cities.

Niph`al Imperfect3masculine singular יִנָּתֵשׁJeremiah 31:40 it shall not be rooted up ("" יֵהָרֵס‎, reference to the city Jerusalem); 3feminine singular תִּנָּתֵשׁDaniel 11:4 of kingdom; 3 masculine plural אַדְמָתָם מֵעַל יִנָָּֽתְשׁוּAmos 9:15 (of Israel; opposed to נָטַע‎). — For יִנָָּֽתְשׁוּJeremiah 18:14 read יִנָָּֽשְׁתוּ‎ √ נשׁת‎ q. v.

Hoph`al Imperfect3feminine singular וַתֻּתַּשׁEzekiel 19:12 and she was rooted up (of Israel, under figure of vine).