1. to thrust in, go in, come in a. (P'al) to go in, come in b. (Aphel) to bring in c. (Hophal) to be brought in
Origin: corresponding to H5953 (in the sense of thrusting oneself in), to enter
Parts of Speech: Verb TBESH:
1) to thrust in, go in, come in 1a) (P'al) to go in, come in 1b) (Aphel) to bring in 1c) (Hophal) to be brought in
A primitive root; to effect thoroughly; specifically to glean (also figuratively); by implication (in a bad sense) to overdo, that is, maltreat, be saucy to, pain, impose (also literally)
KJV Usage: abuse, affect, X child, defile, do, glean, mock, practise, throughly, work (wonderfully).
H4611 מעלל ma‛ălâlמעלל
From H5953; an act (good or bad)
KJV Usage: doing, endeavour, invention, work.
H5923 עול על ‛ôl ‛ôlעול על
From H5953; a yoke (as imposed on the neck), literally or figuratively
KJV Usage: yoke.
H5948 עליל ‛ălı̂ylעליל
From H5953 in the sense of completing; probably a crucible (as working over the metal)
KJV Usage: furnace.
H5949 עללה עלילה ‛ălı̂ylâh ‛ălilâhעללה עלילה
From H5953 in the sense of effecting; an exploit (of God), or a performance (of man, often in a bad sense); by implication an opportunity