Word Summary
paam: to thrust, impel
Original Word: פָעַם
Transliteration: paam
Phonetic Spelling: (paw-am')
Part of Speech: Verb
Short Definition: to thrust, impel
Meaning: to tap, beat regularly, to impel, agitate
Strong's Concordance
move, trouble

A primitive root; to tap, i.e. Beat regularly; hence (generally) to impel or agitate -- move, trouble.


H6470. paam

[מָּעַם‎] verb thrust, impel (probably originally strike, hit, see derivatives, and Phoenician פעםfoot); —

Qal Infinitive construct suffix לְפַעֲמוֺJudges 13:25 the spirit of ׳י‎ began to impel him.

Niph`al be distrurbed, Perfect1singular נִפְעַמְתִּיPsalm 77:5; Imperfect3feminine singular רוּחוֺ וַתִּמָּ֫עֶםGenesis 41:8; Daniel 2:3; so

Hithpa`el Imperfect3feminine singular רוּחוֺ וַתִּתְמָּ֫עֶםDaniel 2:1.