BDB3357 [H2938]

טָעַם verb taste, perceive (Late Hebrew id.; Aramaic , טְעֵים taste; Assyrian noun ‰êmû, sense, command, ZimBP 92 LyonSargontexte 67 AsrbAnnals iii, 95; Arabic eat, taste, examine by tasting; Ethiopic taste, examine by tasting, etc.) —

Qal Perfect 3 masculine singular ׳ט 1Sam 14:24 3 feminine singular טָֽעֲמָה Prov 31:18 1 singular טָעַמְתִּי 1Sam 14:29; 1Sam 14:43 Imperfect 3 masculine singular יִטְעַם 1Sam 19:36 + 2 t.; 1 singular אֶטְעַם 2Sam 3:35 3 masculine plural יִטְעֲמוּ Jonah 3:7 Imperative masculine plural טַעֲמוּ Ps 34:9 Infinitive absolute טָעֹם 1Sam 14:13
1. taste, of eating in small quantity, followed by accusative לָ֑חֶם 1Sam 14:24, מְעַט דְּבַשׁ v1Sam 14:29, so v1Sam 14:43 (טָעִם טָעַמְתִּי); לֶחֶם אוֺ כָלמְֿאוּמָה 2Sam 3:35 מְאוּמָה Jonah 3:7.
2. of sense of taste, object אֶתאֲֿשֶׁר אֹכַל וְאֶתאֲֿשֶׁר אֶשְׁתֶּה 2Sam 19:36 so חֵךְ אֹכֶל יִטְעַםלֿוֺ Job 12:11 חֵךְ יִטְעַם לֶאֱכֹל Job 34:3.
3. figurative Prov 31:18 she tasteth that her gain is good (object clause with כִּי), i.e. she experiences that her trade is profitable; so מַעֲמוּ וּרְאוּ כִּיטֿוֺב יהוה Ps 34:9 taste ye and see that ׳י is good.


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