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Job 41

Job 41:2 KJV (With Strong’s)

Canst thou put
suwm (Hebrew #7760)
a primitive root; to put (used in a great variety of applications, literal, figurative, inferentially, and elliptically)
KJV usage: X any wise, appoint, bring, call (a name), care, cast in, change, charge, commit, consider, convey, determine, + disguise, dispose, do, get, give, heap up, hold, impute, lay (down, up), leave, look, make (out), mark, + name, X on, ordain, order, + paint, place, preserve, purpose, put (on), + regard, rehearse, reward, (cause to) set (on, up), shew, + stedfastly, take, X tell, + tread down, ((over-))turn, X wholly, work.
Pronounce: soom
Origin: or siym {seem}
an hook
'agmown (Hebrew #100)
a marshy pool (others from a different root, a kettle); by implication a rush (as growing there); collectively a rope of rushes
KJV usage: bulrush, caldron, hook, rush.
Pronounce: ag-mone'
Origin: from the same as 98
d into his nose
'aph (Hebrew #639)
properly, the nose or nostril; hence, the face, and occasionally a person; also (from the rapid breathing in passion) ire
KJV usage: anger(-gry), + before, countenance, face, + forebearing, forehead, + (long-)suffering, nose, nostril, snout, X worthy, wrath.
Pronounce: af
Origin: from 599
? or bore
naqab (Hebrew #5344)
to puncture, literally (to perforate, with more or less violence) or figuratively (to specify, designate, libel)
KJV usage: appoint, blaspheme, bore, curse, express, with holes, name, pierce, strike through.
Pronounce: naw-kab'
Origin: a primitive root
his jaw
lchiy (Hebrew #3895)
the cheek (from its fleshiness); hence, the jaw-bone
KJV usage: cheek (bone), jaw (bone).
Pronounce: lekh-ee'
Origin: from an unused root meaning to be soft
through with a thorn
chowach (Hebrew #2336)
a thorn; by analogy, a ring for the nose
KJV usage: bramble, thistle, thorn.
Pronounce: kho'-akh
Origin: from an unused root apparently meaning to pierce

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J. N. Darby Translation

Wilt thou put a rush-ropeg into his nose, and pierce his jaw with a spike?

JND Translation Notes

Or "rush."