BDB3798 [H3462 H8153]

[יָשֵׁן] verb sleep (Late Hebrew id.; Aramaic noun sleep; Arabic be sleepy, , sleep Assyrian šittiu, sleep, DlHWB 246, šunatu, šuttu, dream, Idib, Flood: iv. 22 AsrbAnnals,v R. 2, 97) —

Qal Perfect יָשַׁנְתִּי Job 3:13 וְיָָֽשְׁנוּ consecutive Jer 51:39 + 2 t.; Imperfect יִישָׁ֑ן Isa 5:27; Ps 121:4 וַיִישַׁן 1Kgs 19:5, etc.; Infinitive construct לִישׁוֺן Eccl 5:11sleep, go to sleep, and be asleep, Gen 2:21 (J), Gen 41:5 (E), Ezek 34:25; Job 3:13; Ps 3:6; Ps 4:9; Prov 4:16; Eccl 5:11, also 2Sam 4:6 ᵐ5 We Dr Kit Bu, see חֹמֶשׁ; with לֹא, of Ass. army Isa 5:27 (|| נוּם); of Baal 1Kgs 19:5 of ׳י, עוּרָה לָמָּה תִישַׁן אֲדֹנָי 1Kgs 44:24 לֹא יִישָׁ֑ן 1Kgs 12:14 (|| נוּם); with accusative of congnate meaning with verb שְׁנַת עוֺלָם ׳ישׁ Jer 51:39; Jer 51:57 (see שֵׁנָה), of death, compare אִישַׁן הַמָּוֶת Ps 13:4. Niph`al only in derivatives sense of become inactive or stationary; Perfect וְנוֺשַׁנְתֶּם consecutive Deut 4:25 and ye be grown old בָּאָרֶץ, i.e. (see Di Dr) have lost freshness of first impressions; of inanimate things, be old, stale , only Participle יָשָׁן נוֺשָׁן Lev 26:10 (H), feminine צרעת נוֺשֶׁנֶת Lev 13:11 = old leprosy (P); these possibly denominative from יָשָׁן Pi`el causat. Imperfect וַתְּיַשְּׁנֵהוּ Judg 16:19and she made him sleep.

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