[נכר] verbdenominative act or treat as foreign, or strange; disguise, misconstrue; —
Niph`al Imperfect יִנָּכֵר
[Prov 26:24] with his lips a hater disguiseth himself (dissembles, speaks what is foreign to his thought). Pi`el Perfect נִכַּר [1Sam 23:7], but see below; Imperfect וַיְנַכְּרוּ [Jer 19:4] and they have treated this place as foreign (profane); יְנַכְּרוּ צָרֵהוּ [Deut 32:27] lest their adversaries should misconstrue (it). — בְּיָדִי ׳נִכַּר אֹתוֺ א [1Sam 23:7] God hath alienated him into my hand, but improbable; ᵐ5 מָכַר (compare [Judg 4:9]) hath sold him, so Th Klo HPS (compare We); < סִכַּר (as [Isa 19:4]) Krochm Dr; Kit either of these; > סִגַּר Bu; Löhr either סִגַּר or סִכַּר. Hithpa`el Imperfect וַיִּתְנַכֵּר אֲלֵיהֶם [Gen 42:7] he acted as a stranger toward them; Participle feminine מִתְנַכֵּרָ֑ה [1Kgs 14:5]; [1Kgs 14:6] feign to be a stranger-woman.
The Brown-Driver-Briggs Hebrew and English Lexicon
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