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Flourish
Flourish The RSV uses this term only in the OT. It translates several Hebrew verbs with various shades of meaning: (1) pāraḥ (cf. Akk. parāḫu), “sprout, break forth” (Ps. 72:7; 92:12f [MT 13f]; Prov. 11:28; 14:11; Isa. 66:14; Ezk. 17:24; Hos. 13:15, AV “be fruitful”; 14:7, AV “revive,” NEB “grow”);
International Standard Bible Encyclopedia
FLOURISH
FLOURISH<flur’-ish> ([פָּרַח‎, parach], [צוּץ‎, tsuts]; [ἀναθάλλω, anathallo]): The translation of parach, “to break forth” (Ps 72:7; 92:12, 13; Prov 14:11; Isa 66:14; Song 6:11; 7:12; the Revised Version (British and American) “budded”); of tsuts “to bloom” (Ps 72:16, 90:6;
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Flourish
FLOURISH, flurʹish (פָּרַח‎, pāraḥ, צוּץ‎, çūç; ἀναθάλλω, anathállō): The tr of pāraḥ, “to break forth” (Ps 72:7; 92:12, 13; Prov 14:11; Isa 66:14; Cant 6:11; 7:12; RV “budded”); of çūç, “to bloom” (Ps 72:16; 90:6; 92:7; 103:15; 132:18); raʽănān, “green,” “fresh, is trd “flourishing” in Ps