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Haste
Hasten • Hasty • Hurry • Rush • Speed
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The International Standard Bible Encyclopedia, Revised
Haste;Hasten;Hasty
Haste; Hasten; Hastyverbs: [Heb. piel of māhar, ḥûš, bāhal, ḥāp̱az, ʾāmēṣ, ʾûṣ, nāḥaṣ (1 S. 21:8 [MT 9]), dāḥap̱ (Est. 3:15), rûṣ (Cant. 1:4), bāraḥ (Cant. 8:14), nûs (Jer 46:5), qāḏam (Jonah 4:2), rāp̱as (Prov. 6:3), ʿûš (Joel 3:11 [MT 4:11]), šāʾap̱ (Eccl. 1:5), pû (a)ḥ
International Standard Bible Encyclopedia
HASTE
HASTE<hast> ([חָפַז‎, chaphaz], [חוּשׁ‎, chush], [מָהַר‎, mahar]; [σπεύδω, speudo]): “Haste” (from a root meaning “to pursue”) implies “celerity of motion.”1. The noun occurs as translation of mahar, “to hasten,” etc. (Ex 10:16; 12:33, “in haste”); of chapaz, “to make haste” (2 Ki 7:15;
The International Standard Bible Encyclopaedia, Volumes 1–5
Haste
HASTE, hāst (חָפַז‎, ḥāphaz, חוּשׁ‎, ḥūsh, מָהַר‎, māhar; σπεύδω, speúdō): “Haste” (from a root meaning “to pursue”) implies “celerity of motion.”(1) The noun occurs as tr of māhar, “to hasten,” etc (Ex 10:16; 12:33, “in haste”); of ḥāphaz, “to make haste” (2 K 7:15; Ps 31:22; 116:11, “I said