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krk vb. a/u to wrap up; go around

G
  1 to wrap up Syr, JBA.
  2 to wrap around Gal, Syr, JBA, LJLA.
  3 to surround Syr. --(a) p.p. circular Syr. --(b) with a city wall JLAtg.
  4 to put on, clothe while wrapping around Syr.
  5 to go around Syr. --(a) to spin around Syr, Man. --(b) to go all around, all over Syr.
  6 to roll up JBA. --(a) + ריפתא to eat a meal JBA, LJLA.
  7 to turn back Man.

D
  1 to wrap up Syr.
  2 to wrap around JLAtg, Gal, Syr, LJLA.
  3 to lead around Syr.
  4 to surround Syr.
  5 to read extensive verses JBA.

C
  1 to make something to surround Syr. --(a) by command Syr. --(b) by leading Syr. --(c) by carrying Syr. --(d) to swing something Syr.
  2 to clamp shut Syr. --(a) ܒܲܙܘܵܪܵܐ : fist Syr.
  3 to turn, curve Syr.
  4 to wrap JLAtg, Man.

Gt
  1 to go around an area Syr. --(a) to be led around Syr. (a.1) to be carried around in procession Syr. --(b) to surround (w. d.o.) Syr.
  2 to be wrapped up, rolled up Syr, JBA.
  3 to delay, linger Syr.
  4 to whirl around and around Syr.
  5 to attach one's self JBA.

Dt
  1 to go round about Syr, Man. --(a) to surround Man.
  2 to be bound up Syr.
  3 to be surrounded CPA.

   LS2: 652[345]. DJPA: 269b. DJBA: 601b. Jastrow: 668. Drower/Macuch: 223a. J. Payne-Smith: 226f. Audo: 1:483.


krk, krkˀ (kreḵ, karkā) n.m.(f.) walled city; enclosure

  1 walled city Ideog, Palm, Jud, Syr, JBA, LJLA.
  2 enclosed area Nab, JBA.

   On mng. 2 see Healey, Mada'in Salih, p. 70 and DJBA s.v. note.

   LS2: 654[345]. DJPA: 269b. DJBA: 602a. J. Payne-Smith: 227. DNWSI: 535.


krk, krkˀ (kreḵ, kerkā) n.m. #2volume

  1 volume, scroll Syr.
  2 sphere Syr.
  3 roll JBA.

   LS2: 654[345]. DJBA: 602b. J. Payne-Smith: 227.


krk, krkˀ (krāḵ, krāḵā) v.n. #3circling

  1 circuit Syr.
  2 woof Syr. --(a) large mat (??) JBA.

   LS2 gives the definition "convolvulus," i.e., Gk. σμι̂λαξ="bindweed" at JerHex 46:14. But both the MT and the Peshitta simply have "surroundings" here.

   LS2: 654[345]. DJBA: 602b. J. Payne-Smith: 227.


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