Psa. 78:36 KJV (With Strong’s)

Nevertheless they did flatter
pathah (Hebrew #6601)
to open, i.e. be (causatively, make) roomy; usually figuratively (in a mental or moral sense) to be (causatively, make) simple or (in a sinister way) delude
KJV usage: allure, deceive, enlarge, entice, flatter, persuade, silly (one).
Pronounce: paw-thaw'
Origin: a primitive root
f him with their mouth
peh (Hebrew #6310)
the mouth (as the means of blowing), whether literal or figurative (particularly speech); specifically edge, portion or side; adverbially (with preposition) according to
KJV usage: accord(-ing as, -ing to), after, appointment, assent, collar, command(-ment), X eat, edge, end, entry, + file, hole, X in, mind, mouth, part, portion, X (should) say(-ing), sentence, skirt, sound, speech, X spoken, talk, tenor, X to, + two-edged, wish, word.
Pronounce: peh
Origin: from 6284
, and they lied
kazab (Hebrew #3576)
to lie (i.e. deceive), literally or figuratively
KJV usage: fail, (be found a, make a) liar, lie, lying, be in vain.
Pronounce: kaw-zab'
Origin: a primitive root
unto him with their tongues
lashown (Hebrew #3956)
also (in plural) feminine lshonah {lesh-o-naw'}; from 3960; the tongue (of man or animals), used literally (as the instrument of licking, eating, or speech), and figuratively (speech, an ingot, a fork of flame, a cove of water)
KJV usage: + babbler,bay, + evil speaker, language, talker, tongue, wedge.
Pronounce: law-shone'
Origin: or lashon {law-shone'}

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J. N. Darby Translation

But they flatteredb him with their mouth, and lied unto him with their tongue;

JND Translation Notes

The word means, "make pretence," elsewhere "entice," "deceive."