Psa. 69:21 KJV (With Strong’s)

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Theyt gave
nathan (Hebrew #5414)
to give, used with greatest latitude of application (put, make, etc.)
KJV usage: add, apply, appoint, ascribe, assign, X avenge, X be ((healed)), bestow, bring (forth, hither), cast, cause, charge, come, commit, consider, count, + cry, deliver (up), direct, distribute, do, X doubtless, X without fail, fasten, frame, X get, give (forth, over, up), grant, hang (up), X have, X indeed, lay (unto charge, up), (give) leave, lend, let (out), + lie, lift up, make, + O that, occupy, offer, ordain, pay, perform, place, pour, print, X pull , put (forth), recompense, render, requite, restore, send (out), set (forth), shew, shoot forth (up), + sing, + slander, strike, (sub-)mit, suffer, X surely, X take, thrust, trade, turn, utter, + weep, + willingly, + withdraw, + would (to) God, yield.
Pronounce: naw-than'
Origin: a primitive root
me also gall
ro'sh (Hebrew #7219)
apparently the same as 7218; a poisonous plant, probably the poppy (from its conspicuous head); generally poison (even of serpents)
KJV usage: gall, hemlock, poison, venom.
Pronounce: roshe
Origin: or rowsh (Deut. 32:32) {roshe}
for my meat
baruwth (Hebrew #1267)
food
KJV usage: meat.
Pronounce: baw-rooth,
Origin: from 1262
; and in my thirst
tsama' (Hebrew #6772)
thirst (literally or figuratively)
KJV usage: thirst(-y).
Pronounce: tsaw-maw'
Origin: from 6770
they gave me vinegar
chomets (Hebrew #2558)
vinegar
KJV usage: vinegar.
Pronounce: kho'-mets
Origin: from 2556
to drink
shaqah (Hebrew #8248)
to quaff, i.e. (causatively) to irrigate or furnish a potion to
KJV usage: cause to (give, give to, let, make to) drink, drown, moisten, water. See 7937, 8354.
Pronounce: shaw-kaw'
Origin: a primitive root
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Cross References

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gall for my meat.Bochart, from a comparison of this passage with Joh 19:29, thinks that {rosh} is the same herb as the evangelist calls [
,] hyssop; a species of which, growing in Judea, he proves from Isaac ben Orman, an Arabian writer, to be so bitter as not to be eatable.
Theophylact expressly tells us, that the hyssop was added [
,] as being deleterious, or poisonous: and Nonnus, in his paraphrase, says, [
] "One gave the deadly acid mixed with hyssop."
vinegar.

J. N. Darby Translation

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Yea, they gave me galld for my food, and in my thirst they gave me vinegar to drink.

JND Translation Notes

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A bitter (poisonous?) plant. see Jer. 8.14; 23.15.