1. to be ashamed, be confounded, be abashed, feel abashed a. (Qal) to be ashamed, be abashed b. (Hiphil) to display shame, demonstrate shame, cause embarrassment
Origin: a primitive root [perhaps rath, the same as H2658 through the idea of detection]
Parts of Speech: Verb TBESH:
1) to be ashamed, be confounded, be abashed, feel abashed 1a) (Qal) to be ashamed, be abashed 1b) (Hiphil) to display shame, demonstrate shame, cause embarrassment
A primitive root; properly to pry into; by implication to delve, to explore
KJV Usage: dig, paw, search out, seek.
H1662 גּתּה־חפר גּת־החפר gath - hachêpher gittâh - chêpherגּתּה־חפר גּת־החפר
gath - hachêpher gittâh - chêpher
From H1660 and H2658 with the article inserted; winepressof (the) well; GathChepher, a place in Palestine
KJV Usage: Gath-kephr, Gittah-kephr.
H2660 חפר chêpherחפר
From H2658 or H2659; a pit or shame; Chepher, a place in Palestine; also the name of three Israelites
KJV Usage: Hepher.
H2661 חפרפּרה חפר chăphôr chapharpêrâhחפרפּרה חפר
From H2658; a hole; only in connection with H6512, which ought rather to be joined as one word (shown as second form; by reduplication from H2658; a burrower, that is, probably a rat)