- Strong’s ID:
- Hebrew Word:
- Part of Speech:
- a primitive root
- G2476, to stand; fig. to settle
- Usage Count:
- Find “yatsab” in the Bible (Old Testament)
Equip God’s People Hebrew Lexicon
1) to stand
2) figuratively: to present
The Hebrew word “osh” typically means to “stand,” “establish,” or “station.” It’s used to depict stability, permanence, and the act of taking a stand, both physically and metaphorically. Its usage extends to concepts of “presenting oneself,” “being appointed,” or “taking a stand” in various contexts.
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Strong’s Hebrew Lexicon
a primitive root; to place (any thing so as to stay); reflexively, to station, offer, continue:—present selves, remaining, resort, set (selves), (be able to, can, with-) stand (fast, forth, —ing, still, up).