A primitive root; to root, that is, strike into the soil, or (by implication) to pluck from it
KJV Usage: (take, cause to take) root (out).
Brown-Driver-Briggs' Hebrew Definitions
1. to uproot, take root, deal with the roots a. (Piel) to root up, root out b. (Pual) to be rooted up or out (of produce) c. (Poel) to take root d. (Poal) to take root e. (Hiphil) to take root, cause to take root
Origin: a primitive root
Parts of Speech: Verb