A primitive root; to visit (with friendly or hostile intent); by analogy to oversee, muster, charge, carefor, miss, deposit, etc.
KJV Usage: appoint, X at all, avenge, bestow, (appoint to have the, give a) charge, commit, count, deliver to keep, be empty, enjoin, go see, hurt, do judgment, lack, lay up look, make X by any means, miss, number, officer, (make) overseer have (the) oversight, punish, reckon, (call to) remember (-brance), set (over), sum, X surely, visit, want.
v 1. to attend to, muster, number, reckon, visit, punish, appoint, look after, care for a. (Qal) 1. to pay attention to, observe 2. to attend to 3. to seek, look about for 4. to seek in vain, need, miss, lack 5. to visit 6. to visit upon, punish 7. to pass in review, muster, number 8. to appoint, assign, lay upon as a charge, deposit b. (Niphal) 1. to be sought, be needed, be missed, be lacking 2. to be visited 3. to be visited upon 4. to be appointed 5. to be watched over c. (Piel) to muster, call up d. (Pual) to be passed in review, be caused to miss, be called, be called to account e. (Hiphil) 1. to set over, make overseer, appoint an overseer 2. to commit, entrust, commit for care, deposit f. (Hophal) 1. to be visited 2. to be deposited 3. to be made overseer, be entrusted g. (Hithpael) numbered h. (Hothpael) numbered n m pl abstr 2. musterings, expenses
Origin: a primitive root
Parts of Speech: Verb