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HebrewEdit

EtymologyEdit

Root
פ־ס־ק

From the root פ־ס־ק(p-s-k).

VerbEdit

הִפְסִיק (hifsík) (hif'il construction)

  1. (transitive or intransitive) To stop, to cease, to desist, to terminate. (See usage note below.)

Usage notesEdit

  • Hebrew has two words corresponding to English stop: הפסיק and עָצַר(atsár). The latter pertains to motion; more explicitly, it means “(intransitive) To stop moving” or “(transitive) To stop the motion of”. The former pertains to other actions or events; more explicitly, it means “(transitive) To cease, desist, terminate.”

ConjugationEdit