Word Summary
anaph: to be angry
Original Word: אָנַף
Transliteration: anaph
Phonetic Spelling: (aw-naf')
Part of Speech: Verb
Short Definition: to be angry
Meaning: to breathe hard, be enraged
Strong's Concordance
be angry displeased

A primitive root; to breathe hard, i.e. Be enraged -- be angry (displeased).


H599. anaph

[אָנַף אָנֵף,‎] verb (breathe, snort) be angry (MI id., compare Arabic Assyrian etc. in derivatives) **in Hebrew, verb denominative from אַף‎. —

Qal Perfect אָנַפְתָּPsalm 60:3, etc.; Impefect יֶאֱנַף2:12, etc.; — be angry, of ׳י‎; usually followed by בְּ1 Kings 8:46 2 Chronicles 6:36; Isaiah 12:1; Psalm 85:6; Ezra 9:14; absolute Psalm 60:3; 79:5; compare also 2:12.

Hithpa`el id. always followed by בְּ‎ & always of ׳י‎, Perfect הִתְאַנַּףDeuteronomy 1:37; 4:21; 9:20; Imperfect וַיִּתְאַנַּף9:8; 1 Kings 11:9; 2 Kings 17:18.