BDB6638 [H6403]

[פָּלַט] verb escape (Late Hebrew id.; Phoenician in proper name; Arabic IV escape, Vulgar Arabic ; Old Aramaic פלט Pa`el rescue, ᵑ7 פְּלַט Syriac ); —

Qal Perfect 3 plural consecutive וּפָֽלְטוּ Ezek 7:16 and (if) escapers of them escape). Pi`el causative: Imperfect 3 masculine singular suffix יְפַלְּטֵם; 2 masculine singular תְּפַלֵּט Mic 6:14, etc.; Imperative masculine singular פַּלְּטָה Ps 17:13, etc.; Participle suffix מְפַלְּטִי Ps 18:3 +; —
1. bring into security Mic 6:14 especially of ׳י, deliver, with accusative of person, Ps 22:5; Ps 22:9; Ps 31:2; Ps 37:40; Ps 71:2 (+ הִצִיל), Ps 82:4; Ps 91:14 + מִן from 2Sam 22:44 = Ps 18:44; Ps 18:49 (מוֺצִיא || 2Sam 22:49), 2Sam 17:13; 2Sam 37:40; 2Sam 43:1; 2Sam 71:4 participle with suffix,my deliverer 2Sam 22:2 = Ps 18:3; Ps 40:18; Ps 70:6; Ps 144:2.
2. cause to escape, cast forth, of cow calving Job 21:10 (compare [מָלַט] Hiph`il, also ᵑ7 vomit out, and so ).
3. apparently intransitive be delivered, with מִן Job 23:7, but dubious; Bu Qal ('perhaps'); ᵐ5 Du read מִשְׁפָּטִי as object (but elsewhere ׳י subject of Pi`el). Hiph`il bring into security; Imperfect 3 masculine singular יַפְלִיט Isa 5:29 of Assyria, under figure of lion, carrying off prey (opposed to הִצִּיל); 2 masculine singular תַּפְלִיט Mic 6:14 (compare
Pi`el1. ).

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