Word Summary
quwt: to feel a loathing
Original Word: קוּט
Transliteration: quwt
Phonetic Spelling: (koot)
Part of Speech: Verb
Short Definition: to feel a loathing
Meaning: to cut off, detest
Strong's Concordance
be grieved, loathe self

A primitive root; properly, to cut off, i.e. (figuratively) detest -- begrieved, loathe self.


H6962. quwt

[קוֺט‎] dubious verb intransitive, assumed meaning break, snap (supposed to be akin to Arabic cut, cut off, pare, trim [whence Buhl assumes √ קטט‎]), to account for יְקוֺטJob 8:14, either as

Qal Imperfect3masculine singular whose hope snappeth; or as

noun [masculine] = fragile thing ("" עַכָּבִישׁ בֵּית‎; compare Di Bu); probably corrupt; Du Beer read קוּרִים‎ Bu conjecture קַיִט קֻרֵי‎ [Aramaism for ׳ק קַיִץ‎].

קול‎ (√ of following; Assyrian kâlu, speak, call, cry (Tel Amarna lament), kûlu, speech; Arabic say, word; Ethiopic sound, voice,and so Aramaic קָלָא‎ ; Phoenician קלvoice, so NPunic קאל‎, suffix קולא‎; SI2 sound, voice; Late Hebrew קוֺלnoise, קוֺל בֵּת‎ = echo).