נחת

AramaicEdit

VerbEdit

נחת ‎(transliteration needed)

  1. to descend

HebrewEdit

Etymology 1Edit

Root
נ־ח־ת

NounEdit

נָחֵת ‎(nakhétm ‎(plural indefinite נְחֵתִים, singular construct נְחֵת־, plural construct נְחֵתֵי־)

  1. (music) A flat, a flat sign.
  2. (נְחֵת־, n'khét-) Singular construct form of נָחֵת‎.

NounEdit

נֶחָת ‎(nekhátm ‎(plural indefinite נֶחָתִים, singular construct נַחַת־, plural construct נֶחָתֵי־)

  1. A marine, such as a member of the U.S. Marine Corps.
  2. (נַחַת־, nakhát) Singular construct form of נֶחָת‎.

VerbEdit

נָחַת ‎(nakhát) ‎(pa'al construction)

  1. (of an aircraft, or its passengers or cargo) To land.

Etymology 2Edit

Root
נ־ו־ח

NounEdit

נַחַת ‎(nákhatf ‎(no plural forms, singular construct נַחַת־)

  1. Relaxation, rest; comfort, peace.
    • Ecclesiastes 6:5
      גַּם־שֶׁמֶשׁ לֹא־רָאָה וְלֹא יָדָע נַחַת לָזֶה מִזֶּה׃
      gám-shémesh ló-ra'á v'ló yadá nákhat lazé mizé.
      Moreover he hath not seen the sun, nor known [any thing]: this hath more rest than the other.

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YiddishEdit

EtymologyEdit

From Hebrew נחת ‎(nákhat).

NounEdit

נחת ‎(nakhesm, n (no plural)

  1. pleasure, satisfaction (especially the pleasure that a parent derives from a child)
    שעפּן נחת‎ ― shepn nakhes ― to derive pleasure
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