A primitive root; to slacken (in many applications, literally or figuratively)
KJV Usage: abate, cease, consume, draw [toward evening], fail, (be) faint, be (wax) feeble, forsake, idle, leave, let alone (go, down), (be) slack, stay, be still, be slothful, (be) weak (-en). See H7495.
Brown-Driver-Briggs' Hebrew Definitions
1. to sink, relax, sink down, let drop, be disheartened a. (Qal) 1. to sink down 2. to sink, drop 3. to sink, relax, abate 4. to relax, withdraw b. (Niphal) idle (participle) c. (Piel) to let drop d. (Hiphil) 1. to let drop, abandon, relax, refrain, forsake 2. to let go 3. to refrain, let alone 4. to be quiet e. (Hithpael) to show oneself slack
Origin: a primitive root
Parts of Speech: Verb TBESH:
1) to sink, relax, sink down, let drop, be disheartened 1a) (Qal) 1a1) to sink down 1a2) to sink, drop 1a3) to sink, relax, abate 1a4) to relax, withdraw 1b) (Niphal) idle (participle) 1c) (Piel) to let drop 1d) (Hiphil) 1d1) to let drop, abandon, relax, refrain, forsake 1d2) to let go 1d3) to refrain, let alone 1d4) to be quiet 1e) (Hithpael) to show oneself slack
A primitive root; properly to mend (by stitching), that is, (figuratively) to cure
KJV Usage: cure, (cause to) heal, physician, repair, X thoroughly, make whole. See H7503.
H3416 ירפּאל yirpe 'êlירפּאל
From H7495 and H410; Godwillheal; Jirpeel, a place in Palestine
KJV Usage: Irpeel.
H4832 מרפּא marpê'מרפּא
From H7495; properly curative, that is, literally (concretely) a medicine, or (abstractly) a cure; figuratively (concretely) deliverance, or (abstractly) placidity