appoint, argue, chasten, convince, correct(-ion), daysman, dispute, judge, maintain, plead, reason (together), rebuke, reprove(-r), surely, in any wise

Strong’s Dictionary of Hebrew Words:

Transliteration:
yakach
Phonic:
yaw-kahh’
Meaning:
a primitive root; to be right (i.e. correct); reciprocal, to argue; causatively, to decide, justify or convict
KJV Usage:
appoint, argue, chasten, convince, correct(-ion), daysman, dispute, judge, maintain, plead, reason (together), rebuke, reprove(-r), surely, in any wise