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Lexicon :: Strong's H5080 - nāḏaḥ

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Strong’s Definitions

נָדַח nâdach, naw-dakh'; a primitive root; to push off; used in a great variety of applications, literally and figuratively (to expel, mislead, strike, inflict, etc.):—banish, bring, cast down (out), chase, compel, draw away, drive (away, out, quite), fetch a stroke, force, go away, outcast, thrust away (out), withdraw.

KJV Translation Count — Total: 52x

The KJV translates Strong's H5080 in the following manner: drive (18x), drive out (6x), ...away (6x), outcasts (5x), cast out (3x), banished (2x), bring (1x), go astray (1x), chased (1x), compelled (1x), down (1x), expelled (1x), miscellaneous (6x).

KJV Translation Count — Total: 52x
The KJV translates Strong's H5080 in the following manner: drive (18x), drive out (6x), ...away (6x), outcasts (5x), cast out (3x), banished (2x), bring (1x), go astray (1x), chased (1x), compelled (1x), down (1x), expelled (1x), miscellaneous (6x).
  1. to impel, thrust, drive away, banish

    1. (Qal)

      1. to impel

      2. to thrust away, banish

    2. (Niphal)

      1. to be impelled

      2. to be thrust out, be banished

        1. banished, outcast (participle)

      3. to be driven away

      4. to be thrust away, thrust aside

    3. (Pual) to be thrust into

      1. thrust (participle)

    4. (Hiphil)

      1. to thrust, move, impel

      2. to thrust out, banish

      3. to thrust away, thrust aside

    5. (Hophal) to be chased, be hunted

      1. chased, hunted (participle)

Strong’s Definitions [?](Strong’s Definitions Legend)
נָדַח nâdach, naw-dakh'; a primitive root; to push off; used in a great variety of applications, literally and figuratively (to expel, mislead, strike, inflict, etc.):—banish, bring, cast down (out), chase, compel, draw away, drive (away, out, quite), fetch a stroke, force, go away, outcast, thrust away (out), withdraw.
STRONGS H5080: Abbreviations
† [נָדַח] verb impel, thrust, banish (especially Deuteronomy, Jeremiah and later) (Late Hebrew id., beguile, Hiph., Niph.; Aramaic נְדַח (rare) = Biblical Hebrew; Ethiopic bdb062301; thrust; Arabic bdb062302 is drive a ship to shore); —
Qal Imperfect יִדַּח 2 Samuel 14:14; Infinitive לִנְדֹּחַ Deuteronomy 20:19; — transitive
1. impel (i.e. wield) an axe, followed byעַלֿ Deuteronomy 20:19;
2. thrust away, banish followed byמִןֿ 2 Samuel 14:14.
Niph. Perfect 3rd person feminine singular נִדְּחָה Job 6:13, etc.; (Imperfect יִדַּ֫חוּ Jeremiah 23:12 see דחח); Participle נִדָּח 2 Samuel 14:14; נִדָּחָה Micah 4:6 + 2 times; נִדַּ֫חַת Ezekiel 34:4, 16, etc. On נִדְחֵי Isaiah 11:12; Isaiah 56:8; Psalm 147:2 see Ki Köi. 317; —
1. be impelled: וְנִדְּחָה יָרוֺ בַּגַּרְוֶן be impelled with the axe Deuteronomy 19:5.
2. be thrust out, banished: of dispersion in exile, followed by שָׁם Jeremiah 40:12; Jeremiah 43:5 (|| שׁוּב); followed by לִפְנֵי Jeremiah 49:5 (|| קִבֵּץ); compare also figurative תֻּשִׁיָּה נִדְּחָה מִמֶּנִּי Job 6:13 is banished from me, i.e. is non-existent; especially Participle banished one(s), outcast(s), as accusative of congnate meaning with verb with נָדַח 2 Samuel 14:14; with קִבֵּץ Micah 4:6; Deuteronomy 30:4; Zephaniah 3:19; Nehemiah 1:9; יִשִׂרָאֵל נ׳, with אָסַף Isaiah 11:12 (|| נְפֻצוֺת יְקַבֵּץ); with קִבֵּץ Isaiah 56:8; with כִּנֵּס Psalm 147:2; with הֵשִׁיב 2 Samuel 14:13; Ezekiel 34:4, 16 (both || אֹבֵד); with בּוֺא Isaiah 27:13 (|| id.); see also Isaiah 16:3, 4; Jeremiah 49:36; outcast = neglected one, figurative of Zion Jeremiah 30:17 (|| דֹּרֵשׁ אֵין לָהּ).
3. driven away (from herd, i.e.) straying Deuteronomy 22:1.
4. thrust away, aside from י׳ to idiolatry Deuteronomy 4:19; Deuteronomy 30:17 (followed by וְהִשְׁתַּחֲוָה).
Pu. Participle אֲקֵלָה מְנֻדָּח Isaiah 8:22 thrust into darkness.
Hiph. Perfect וְהִדִּיחַ consecutive 2 Samuel 15:14; הִדַּ֫חְתִּי Jeremiah 23:3; Jeremiah 29:14, etc.; Imperfect suffix וַיַּדַּח 2 Chronicles 21:11 + 2 Kings 17:21 Qr; וַיַּדִּ֫יחוּ Deuteronomy 13:14, etc.; Imperative suffix הַדִּיחֵ֫מוֺ Psalm 5:11; Infinitive הַדִּיחַ Psalm 62:5, etc.; —
1. thrust, move, impel, figurative, object רָעָה 2 Samuel 15:14 (followed by עַלֿ.
2. thrust out, banish, especially of exile, subject י׳, with accusative followed by שָׁ֫מָּה Deuteronomy 30:1; Jeremiah 46:28; Jeremiah 16:15 (|| הֶעֱלָה); followed by שָׁם Jeremiah 8:3; Jeremiah 24:9; Jeremiah 29:18; Daniel 9:7 + Ezekiel 4:13 (omitted by Greek Version of the LXX Co); Jeremiah 23:3 (|| קִבֵּץ), Jeremiah 23:8 (|| הֶעֱלָה, הֵבִיא) Jeremiah 29:14 (|| קִבֵּץ, הֵשֹׁיב), so Jeremiah 32:37; also Jeremiah 27:10 (|| הַרְחִיק), Jeremiah 27:15 (|| אָבַד), compare Jeremiah 23:2 (Judah under figure of flock, subject evil shepherd, || הֵפִיץ), Jeremiah 50:17 (Israel as sheep, subject enemies as lions); of driving out priests 2 Chronicles 13:9; invader Joel 2:20 (followed by אֶלֿ); wicked Psalm 5:11 (|| הַאֲשִׁימֵם); good man from his eminence Psalm 62:5 (followed by מִן).
3. thrust away, aside, from י׳ to idolatry, with accusative, Deuteronomy 13:14; followed by מִןהַֿדֶּרֶךְ Deuteronomy 13:6; מֵעַל י׳ Deuteronomy 13:11; מֵאַחֲרֵי י׳ 2 Kings 17:21 Qr (Kt see נדא); compare 2 Chronicles 21:11 (|| הִזְנָה).
4. compel, force, subject adulteress (by flattery), followed by accusative Proverbs 7:21 (|| הִטָּה).
Hoph. Participle מֻדָּח chased, hunted, צְבִי מ׳ Isaiah 13:14, simile of fugitive Babylonians.
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BLB Scripture Index of Brown-Driver-Briggs


4:19; 13:6; 13:11; 13:14; 13:14; 19:5; 20:19; 20:19; 22:1; 30:1; 30:4; 30:17

2 Samuel

14:13; 14:14; 14:14; 14:14; 14:14; 15:14; 15:14

2 Kings

17:21; 17:21

2 Chronicles

13:9; 21:11; 21:11




6:13; 6:13


5:11; 5:11; 62:5; 62:5; 147:2; 147:2




8:22; 11:12; 11:12; 13:14; 16:3; 16:4; 27:13; 56:8; 56:8


8:3; 16:15; 23:2; 23:3; 23:3; 23:8; 23:12; 24:9; 27:10; 27:15; 29:14; 29:14; 29:18; 30:17; 32:37; 40:12; 43:5; 46:28; 49:5; 49:36; 50:17


4:13; 34:4; 34:4; 34:16; 34:16






4:6; 4:6



Word / Phrase / Strong's Search

Strong's Number H5080 matches the Hebrew נָדַח (nāḏaḥ),
which occurs 52 times in 51 verses in the WLC Hebrew.

Page 1 / 2 (Deu 4:19–Mic 4:6)

Unchecked Copy BoxDeu 4:19 -

“When you look to the heavens and see the sun, moon, and stars ​— ​all the stars in the sky ​— ​do not be led astray to bow in worship to them and serve them. The LORD your God has provided them for all people everywhere under heaven.

Unchecked Copy BoxDeu 13:5 -

“That prophet or dreamer must be put to death, because he has urged rebellion against the LORD your God who brought you out of the land of Egypt and redeemed you from the place of slavery, to turn you from the way the LORD your God has commanded you to walk. You must purge the evil from you.

Unchecked Copy BoxDeu 13:10 -

“Stone him to death for trying to turn you away from the LORD your God who brought you out of the land of Egypt, out of the place of slavery.

Unchecked Copy BoxDeu 13:13 -

“that wicked men have sprung up among you, led the inhabitants of their city astray, and said, ‘Let’s go and worship other gods,’ which you have not known,

Unchecked Copy BoxDeu 19:5 -

“If, for example, he goes into the forest with his neighbor to cut timber, and his hand swings the ax to chop down a tree, but the blade flies off the handle and strikes his neighbor so that he dies, that person may flee to one of these cities and live.

Unchecked Copy BoxDeu 20:19 -

“When you lay siege to a city for a long time, fighting against it in order to capture it, do not destroy its trees by putting an ax to them, because you can get food from them. Do not cut them down. Are trees of the field human, to come under siege by you?

Unchecked Copy BoxDeu 22:1 -

“If you see your brother Israelite’s ox or sheep straying, do not ignore it; make sure you return it to your brother.

Unchecked Copy BoxDeu 30:1 -

“When all these things happen to you ​— ​the blessings and curses I have set before you ​— ​and you come to your senses while you are in all the nations where the LORD your God has driven you,

Unchecked Copy BoxDeu 30:4 -

“Even if your exiles are at the farthest horizon, he will gather you and bring you back from there.

Unchecked Copy BoxDeu 30:17 -

“But if your heart turns away and you do not listen and you are led astray to bow in worship to other gods and serve them,

Unchecked Copy Box2Sa 14:13 -

The woman asked, “Why have you devised something similar against the people of God? When the king spoke as he did about this matter, he has pronounced his own guilt. The king has not brought back his own banished one.

Unchecked Copy Box2Sa 14:14 -

“We will certainly die and be like water poured out on the ground, which can’t be recovered. But God would not take away a life; he would devise plans so that the one banished from him does not remain banished.

Unchecked Copy Box2Sa 15:14 -

David said to all the servants with him in Jerusalem, “Get up. We have to flee, or we will not escape from Absalom! Leave quickly, or he will overtake us quickly, heap disaster on us, and strike the city with the edge of the sword.”

Unchecked Copy Box2Ki 17:21 -

When the LORD tore Israel from the house of David, Israel made Jeroboam son of Nebat king. Then Jeroboam led Israel away from following the LORD and caused them to commit grave sin.

Unchecked Copy Box2Ch 13:9 -

“Didn’t you banish the priests of the LORD, the descendants of Aaron and the Levites, and make your own priests like the peoples of other lands do? Whoever comes to ordain himself with a young bull and seven rams may become a priest of what are not gods.

Unchecked Copy Box2Ch 21:11 -

Jehoram also built high places in the hills[fn] of Judah, and he caused the inhabitants of Jerusalem to prostitute themselves, and he led Judah astray.

Unchecked Copy BoxNeh 1:9 -

“But if you return to me and carefully observe my commands, even though your exiles were banished to the farthest horizon,[fn] I will gather them from there and bring them to the place where I chose to have my name dwell.”

Unchecked Copy BoxJob 6:13 -

Since I cannot help myself,

the hope for success has been banished from me.

Unchecked Copy BoxPsa 5:10 -

Punish them, God;

let them fall by their own schemes.

Drive them out because of their many crimes,

for they rebel against you.

Unchecked Copy BoxPsa 62:4 -

They only plan to bring him down

from his high position.

They take pleasure in lying;

they bless with their mouths,

but they curse inwardly.Selah

Unchecked Copy BoxPro 7:21 -

She seduces him with her persistent pleading;

she lures with her flattering talk.

Unchecked Copy BoxIsa 8:22 -

They will look toward the earth and see only distress, darkness, and the gloom of affliction, and they will be driven into thick darkness.

Unchecked Copy BoxIsa 13:14 -

Like wandering gazelles

and like sheep without a shepherd,

each one will turn to his own people,

each one will flee to his own land.

Unchecked Copy BoxIsa 16:3 -

Give us counsel and make a decision.

Shelter us at noonday

with shade that is as dark as night.

Hide the refugees;

do not betray the one who flees.

Unchecked Copy BoxIsa 16:4 -

Let my refugees stay with you;

be a refuge for Moab[fn] from the aggressor.

When the oppressor has gone,

destruction has ended,

and marauders have vanished from the land,

Unchecked Copy BoxIsa 27:13 -

On that day

a great ram’s horn will be blown,

and those lost in the land of Assyria will come,

as well as those dispersed in the land of Egypt;

and they will worship the LORD

at Jerusalem on the holy mountain.

Unchecked Copy BoxJer 8:3 -

“Death will be chosen over life by all the survivors of this evil family, those who remain wherever I have banished them.” This is the declaration of the LORD of Armies.

Unchecked Copy BoxJer 16:15 -

“but rather, ‘As the LORD lives who brought the Israelites from the land of the north and from all the other lands where he had banished them.’ For I will return them to their land that I gave to their ancestors.

Unchecked Copy BoxJer 23:2 -

“Therefore, this is what the LORD, the God of Israel, says about the shepherds who tend my people: You have scattered my flock, banished them, and have not attended to them. I am about to attend to you because of your evil acts” ​— ​this is the LORD’s declaration.

Unchecked Copy BoxJer 23:3 -

“I will gather the remnant of my flock from all the lands where I have banished them, and I will return them to their grazing land. They will become fruitful and numerous.

Unchecked Copy BoxJer 23:8 -

“but, ‘As the LORD lives, who brought and led the descendants of the house of Israel from the land of the north and from all the other countries where I[fn] had banished them.’ They will dwell once more in their own land.”

Unchecked Copy BoxJer 24:9 -

“I will make them an object of horror and a disaster to all the kingdoms of the earth, an example for disgrace, scorn, ridicule, and cursing, wherever I have banished them.

Unchecked Copy BoxJer 27:10 -

“They are prophesying a lie to you so that you will be removed from your land. I will banish you, and you will perish.

Unchecked Copy BoxJer 27:15 -

“‘I have not sent them’ ​— ​this is the LORD’s declaration ​— ​‘and they are prophesying falsely in my name; therefore, I will banish you, and you will perish ​— ​you and the prophets who are prophesying to you.’ ”

Unchecked Copy BoxJer 29:14 -

“I will be found by you” ​— ​this is the LORD’s declaration ​— ​“and I will restore your fortunes[fn] and gather you from all the nations and places where I banished you” ​— ​this is the LORD’s declaration. “I will restore you to the place from which I deported you.”

Unchecked Copy BoxJer 29:18 -

“I will pursue them with sword, famine, and plague. I will make them a horror to all the kingdoms of the earth ​— ​a curse and a desolation, an object of scorn and a disgrace among all the nations where I have banished them.

Unchecked Copy BoxJer 30:17 -

But I will bring you health

and will heal you of your wounds —

this is the LORD’s declaration —

for they call you Outcast,

Zion whom no one cares about.

Unchecked Copy BoxJer 32:37 -

“I will certainly gather them from all the lands where I have banished them in my anger, fury, and intense wrath, and I will return them to this place and make them live in safety.

Unchecked Copy BoxJer 40:12 -

they all returned from all the places where they had been banished and came to the land of Judah, to Gedaliah at Mizpah, and harvested a great amount of wine and summer fruit.

Unchecked Copy BoxJer 43:5 -

Instead, Johanan son of Kareah and all the commanders of the armies led away the whole remnant of Judah, those who had returned to stay in the land of Judah from all the nations where they had been banished.

Unchecked Copy BoxJer 46:28 -

And you, my servant Jacob, do not be afraid —

this is the LORD’s declaration —

for I will be with you.

I will bring destruction on all the nations

where I have banished you,

but I will not bring destruction on you.

I will discipline you with justice,

and I will by no means leave you unpunished.

Unchecked Copy BoxJer 49:5 -

Look, I am about to bring terror on you —

this is the declaration of the Lord GOD of Armies —

from all those around you.

You will be banished, each person headlong,

with no one to gather up the fugitives.

Unchecked Copy BoxJer 49:36 -

I will bring the four winds against Elam

from the four corners of the heavens,

and I will scatter them to all these winds.

There will not be a nation

to which Elam’s banished ones will not go.

Unchecked Copy BoxJer 50:17 -

Israel is a stray lamb, chased by lions.

The first who devoured him was the king of Assyria;

the last who crushed his bones

was King Nebuchadnezzar of Babylon.

Unchecked Copy BoxEze 4:13 -

The LORD said, “This is how the Israelites will eat their bread ​— ​ceremonially unclean ​— ​among the nations where I will banish them.”

Unchecked Copy BoxEze 34:4 -

“You have not strengthened the weak, healed the sick, bandaged the injured, brought back the strays, or sought the lost. Instead, you have ruled them with violence and cruelty.

Unchecked Copy BoxEze 34:16 -

“I will seek the lost, bring back the strays, bandage the injured, and strengthen the weak, but I will destroy[fn] the fat and the strong. I will shepherd them with justice.

Unchecked Copy BoxDan 9:7 -

Lord, righteousness belongs to you, but this day public shame belongs to us: the men of Judah, the residents of Jerusalem, and all Israel ​— ​those who are near and those who are far, in all the countries where you have banished them because of the disloyalty they have shown toward you.

Unchecked Copy BoxJoe 2:20 -

I will drive the northerner far from you

and banish him to a dry and desolate land,

his front ranks into the Dead Sea,

and his rear guard into the Mediterranean Sea.

His stench will rise;

yes, his rotten smell will rise,

for he has done astonishing things.

Unchecked Copy BoxMic 4:6 -

On that day —

this is the LORD’s declaration —

I will assemble the lame

and gather the scattered,

those I have injured.

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