H5312 נפק - Strong's Hebrew Lexicon Number


נפק
ne phaq
nef-ak'
(Chaldee); a primitive root; to issue; causatively, to bring out

KJV Usage: come (go, take) forth (out).


Brown-Driver-Briggs' Hebrew Definitions

BDB9714

נפק

1. to go or come out, bring or come forth
a. (P'al) to go out or forth
b. (Aphel) to bring forth
Origin: a primitive root
TWOT: 2868
Parts of Speech: Verb

TBESH:
נְפַק
ne.phaq
A:V
to go out
1) to go or come out, bring or come forth
1a) (P'al) to go out or forth
1b) (Aphel) to bring forth

View how H5312 נפק is used in the Bible

11 occurrences of H5312 נפק

Ezra 5:14 took
Ezra 5:14 take
Ezra 6:5 took
Daniel 2:13 went forth
Daniel 2:14 who had gone forth
Daniel 3:26 come forth,
Daniel 3:26 came forth
Daniel 5:2 had taken
Daniel 5:3 that were taken
Daniel 5:5 came forth
Daniel 7:10 and came forth

Distinct usage

2 took
2 came forth
1 take
1 went forth
1 who had gone forth
1 come forth,
1 and came forth
1 had taken
1 that were taken

Corresponding Greek Words

nephaq G1607 ek poreuo
nephaq G1831 ex erchomai
nephaq aph. G1627 ek phero
nephaq aph. G5342 phero


Related words

H5312 נפק

H5313 נפקא niphqâ'
נפקא
niphqâ'
nif-kaw'
(Chaldee); from H5312; an outgo, that is, expense

KJV Usage: expense.


H6329 פּוּק pûq
פּוּק
pûq
pook
A primitive root (rather identical with H6328 through the idea of dropping out; compare H5312); to issue, that is, furnish; causatively to secure; figuratively to succeed

KJV Usage: afford, draw out, further, get, obtain.