A primitive root (apparently akin to H2707 through the idea of piercing); properly to adhere to; hence to await
KJV Usage: long, tarry, wait.
Brown-Driver-Briggs' Hebrew Definitions
1. to wait, wait for, await a. (Qal) to wait for b. (Piel) 1. to wait, tarry 2. to wait (in ambush) 3. to wait for, long for
Origin: a primitive root [apparently akin to H2707 through the idea of piercing]
Parts of Speech: Verb