hatta חַטׇא

Strong’s Concordance: H2400

Hebrew Letters: חטא (Het-Tet-Aleph).

Part of speech: Masculine Noun / Adjective

Definition: A noun meaning sinners and an adjective meaning sinful. Comes from the verb hata H2398, meaning to sin, and is related to the common noun hat tat H2403, meaning sin or sin offering. When used as a noun, it represents people under the wrath and judgement of Elohim (Genesis 13:13) by their actions (Psalm 1:5). When used as an adjective, it describes the sinful people that the tribes of Reuben and Gad were raising (Numbers 32:14).

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