[קָצַץ] verb cut off (Late Hebrew id., also קֵץ end; Assyrian ‡aƒâƒu, hew off, cut off, ‡iƒƒatu, boundary stone, BelserBAS ii. 120, 139, compare HilprAssyriaca i. 12; Arabic cut, clip, cut off; Aramaic קְצַץ, cut off, קִיצָּא, end);-Qal Perfect 2 masculine singular consecutive וְקַצֹּתָה
[Deut 25:12] (accusative כַּפָּהּ); Participle pass plural construct קְצוּצֵי פֵאָה [Jer 9:25]; [Jer 25:23]; [Jer 49:32] (see פֵּאָה 1). Pi`el Perfect 3 masculine singular קִצֵּץ [Ps 129:4], ׳וְק consecutive [Exod 39:3]; [Ps 46:10], קִצַּץ [2Kgs 18:16] Imperfect וַיְקַצֵּץ [2Kgs 16:17] +, etc.;-cut or hew off, thumbs, toes, [Judg 1:6], hands and feet [2Sam 4:12] cut in two, spear (חֲנִית) [Ps 46:10], threads [Exod 39:3] (P), cords [Ps 129:4] (figurative); cut in pieces, vessels (of gold) [2Kgs 24:13]; [2Chr 28:24] bases (הַמְּכֹנוֺת) [2Kgs 16:17] (so Kit Benz, transposing הַמִּסְגְּרוֺת), doors [2Kgs 18:16] (both, for the sake of metal sheathing). Pu`al Participle plural מְקֻצָּצִים [Judg 1:7] hewn off (as v [Judg 1:6] above).
The Brown-Driver-Briggs Hebrew and English Lexicon
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