2 S. 22:43 KJV (With Strong’s)

Then did I beat
shachaq (Hebrew #7833)
to comminate (by trituration or attrition)
KJV usage: beat, wear.
Pronounce: shaw-khak'
Origin: a primitive root
them as small as the dust
`aphar (Hebrew #6083)
dust (as powdered or gray); hence, clay, earth, mud
KJV usage: ashes, dust, earth, ground, morter, powder, rubbish.
Pronounce: aw-fawr'
Origin: from 6080
d of the earth
'erets (Hebrew #776)
the earth (at large, or partitively a land)
KJV usage: X common, country, earth, field, ground, land, X natins, way, + wilderness, world.
Pronounce: eh'-rets
Origin: from an unused root probably meaning to be firm
, I did stamp
daqaq (Hebrew #1854)
to crush (or intransitively) crumble
KJV usage: beat in pieces (small), bruise, make dust, (into) X powder, (be, very) small, stamp (small).
Pronounce: daw-kak'
Origin: a primitive root (compare 1915)
them as the mire
tiyt (Hebrew #2916)
mud or clay; figuratively, calamity
KJV usage: clay, dirt, mire.
Pronounce: teet
Origin: from an unused root meaning apparently to be sticky (rath. perb. a demon. from 2894, through the idea of dirt to be swept away)
e of the street
chuwts (Hebrew #2351)
(both forms feminine in the plural) from an unused root meaning to sever; properly, separate by a wall, i.e. outside, outdoors
KJV usage: abroad, field, forth, highway, more, out(-side, -ward), street, without.
Pronounce: khoots
Origin: or (shortened) chuts {khoots}
, and did spread them abroad
raqa` (Hebrew #7554)
to pound the earth (as a sign of passion); by analogy to expand (by hammering); by implication, to overlay (with thin sheets of metal)
KJV usage: beat, make broad, spread abroad (forth, over, out, into plates), stamp, stretch.
Pronounce: raw-kah'
Origin: a primitive root

Cross References

as small.
as the mire.
did spread.

J. N. Darby Translation

And I did beat them small as the dust of the earth, I trod them as the mire of the streets; I stamped upon them.