Isa. 24:17 KJV (With Strong’s)

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Fear
pachad (Hebrew #6343)
a (sudden) alarm (properly, the object feared, by implication, the feeling)
KJV usage: dread(-ful), fear, (thing) great (fear, -ly feared), terror.
Pronounce: pakh'-ad
Origin: from 6342
w, and the pit
pachath (Hebrew #6354)
a pit, especially for catching animals
KJV usage: hole, pit, snare.
Pronounce: pakh'-ath
Origin: probably from an unused root apparently meaning to dig
, and the snare
pach (Hebrew #6341)
a (metallic) sheet (as pounded thin); also a spring net (as spread out like a lamina)
KJV usage: gin, (thin) plate, snare.
Pronounce: pakh
Origin: from 6351
, are upon thee, O inhabitant
yashab (Hebrew #3427)
properly, to sit down (specifically as judge. in ambush, in quiet); by implication, to dwell, to remain; causatively, to settle, to marry
KJV usage: (make to) abide(-ing), continue, (cause to, make to) dwell(-ing), ease self, endure, establish, X fail, habitation, haunt, (make to) inhabit(-ant), make to keep (house), lurking, X marry(-ing), (bring again to) place, remain, return, seat, set(- tle), (down-)sit(-down, still, -ting down, -ting (place) -uate), take, tarry.
Pronounce: yaw-shab'
Origin: a primitive root
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
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Cross References

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J. N. Darby Translation

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Fear, and the pit, and the snaref are upon thee, inhabitant of the land.

JND Translation Notes

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See Jer. 48.43; "fear," "pit," "snare," in Hebrew make a play on words.