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  #7554 רָקַע raqa` {raw-kah'}

 a primitive root; TWOT - 2217; v

—Hebrew Word Study (Transliteration-Pronunciation Etymology & Grammar)

 1) to beat, stamp, beat out, spread out, stretch
    1a) (Qal)
        1a1) to stamp, beat out
        1a2) one who beats out (participle)
    1b) (Piel) to overlay, beat out (for plating)
    1c) (Pual) beaten out (participle)
    1d) (Hiphil) to make a spreading (of clouds)

—Brown-Driver-Briggs (Old Testament Hebrew-English Lexicon)

A primitive root; to pound the earth (as a sign of passion); by analogy to expand (by hammering); by implication to overlay (with thin sheets of metal):—beat, make broad, spread abroad (forth, over, out, into plates), stamp, stretch.

—Strong's (Hebrew & Chaldee Dictionary of the Old Testament)

  • #7554.
  • רָקַע
  • raqa (955d); a prim. root; to beat, stamp, beat out, spread out:—
  • NASB - beaten(1), hammered(2), plates(1), spread(3), spreading(1), stamp(1), stamped(2).

—NAS Exhaustive Concordance of the Bible with Hebrew-Aramaic and Greek Dictionaries

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 AV - spread... 6, stamp 2, stretch 1, beat 1, made broad 1; 11
2 Samuel 22:43. Isaiah 44:24.
Exodus 39:3.
Numbers 16:39.
Isaiah 42:5.
Job 37:18. Psalms 136:6.
Jeremiah 10:9.
Isaiah 40:19.
Ezekiel 6:11.
Ezekiel 25:6.

—Exhaustive Concordance (KJV Translation Frequency & Location)

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