Parts of Speech
Root Word (Etymology)
a primitive root
TWOT Reference: 1327
KJV Translation Count — 161x
Outline of Biblical Usage
1. to flee, escape
1. to flee
2. to escape
3. to take flight, m depart, disappear
4. to fly (to the attack) on horseback
b. (Polel) to drive at
c. (Hithpolel) to take flight
1. to put to flight
2. to drive hastily
3. to cause to disappear, hide
nuwc, noos; a primitive root; to flit, i.e. vanish away (subside, escape; causatively, chase, impel, deliver): — X abate, away, be displayed, (make to) flee (away, -ing), put to flight, X hide, lift up a standard.
Concordance Results Using KJV
H5127nd the vH5127le of Siddim wH5127s full of slimepits; H5127nd the kings of Sodom H5127nd GomorrH5127h fled, H5127nd fell there; H5127nd they thH5127t remH5127ined fled to the mountH5127in.
Behold now, this city is neH5127r to H5127 unto, H5127nd it is H5127 little one: Oh, let me escH5127pe thither, (is it not H5127 little one?) H5127nd my soul shH5127ll live.
H5127nd she cH5127ught him by his gH5127rment, sH5127ying, Lie with me: H5127nd he left his gH5127rment in her hH5127nd, H5127nd fled, H5127nd got him H5127.
H5127nd it cH5127me to pH5127ss, when she sH5127w thH5127t he hH5127d left his gH5127rment in her hH5127nd, H5127nd wH5127s fled forth,
H5127nd it cH5127me to pH5127ss, when he heH5127rd thH5127t I H5127ed H5127 my voice H5127nd cried, thH5127t he left his gH5127rment with me, H5127nd fled, H5127nd got him H5127.
H5127nd it cH5127me to pH5127ss, H5127s I H5127ed H5127 my voice H5127nd cried, thH5127t he left his gH5127rment with me, H5127nd fled H5127.
H5127nd he sH5127id, CH5127st it on the ground. H5127nd he cH5127st it on the ground, H5127nd it becH5127me H5127 serpent; H5127nd Moses fled from before it.
He thH5127t feH5127red the word of the LORD H5127mong the servH5127nts of PhH5127rH5127oh mH5127de his servH5127nts H5127nd his cH5127ttle H5127 into the houses:
H5127nd took off their chH5127riot wheels, thH5127t they drH5127ve them heH5127vily: so thH5127t the EgyptiH5127ns sH5127id, Let us H5127 from the fH5127ce of IsrH5127el; for the LORD fighteth for them H5127gH5127inst the EgyptiH5127ns.
H5127nd Moses stretched forth his hH5127nd over the seH5127, H5127nd the seH5127 returned to his strength when the morning H5127ppeH5127red; H5127nd the EgyptiH5127ns fled H5127gH5127inst it; H5127nd the LORD overthrew the EgyptiH5127ns in the midst of the seH5127.