H4689 מצוק - Strong's Hebrew Lexicon Number


מצוק
mâtsôq
maw-tsoke'
From H6693; a narrow place, that is, (abstractly and figuratively) confinement or disability

KJV Usage: anguish, distress, straitness.


Brown-Driver-Briggs' Hebrew Definitions

BDB7005

מצוק

1. straitness, straits, distress, stress, anguish
Origin: from H6693
TWOT: 1895d
Parts of Speech: Noun Masculine

TBESH:
מָצוֹק
ma.tsoq
H:N-M
distress
1) straitness, straits, distress, stress, anguish

View how H4689 מצוק is used in the Bible

6 occurrences of H4689 מצוק

Deuteronomy 28:53 and in the distress,
Deuteronomy 28:55 and in the distress,
Deuteronomy 28:57 and distress,
1 Samuel 22:2 that was in distress,
Psalms 119:143 and anguish
Jeremiah 19:9 and distress,

Distinct usage

2 and in the distress,
2 and distress,
1 and anguish
1 that was in distress,

Corresponding Greek Words

matsoq G318 anagke
matsoq G2347 thlipsis


Related words

H4689 מצוק

H6693 צוּק tsûq

צוּק
tsûq
tsook
A primitive root; to compress, that is, (figuratively) oppress, distress

KJV Usage: constrain, distress, lie sore, (op-) press (-or), straiten.


H4690 מצק מצוּק mâtsûq mâtsûq
מצק מצוּק
mâtsûq mâtsûq
maw-tsook', maw-tsook'
From H6693; something narrow, that is, a column or hill top

KJV Usage: pillar, situate.


H6694 צוּק tsûq
צוּק
tsûq
tsook
A pirm. root (rather identical with H6693 through the idea of narrowness (of orifice)); to pour out, that is, (figuratively) smelt, utter

KJV Usage: be molten, pour.


H6695 צוּקה צוק tsôq tsûqâh
צוּקה צוק
tsôq tsûqâh
tsoke, tsoo-kaw'
From H6693; a strait, that is, (figuratively) distress

KJV Usage: anguish, X troublous.