HURT, verb transitive preterit tense and participle passive hurt
1. To bruise; to give pain by a contusion, pressure, or any violence to the body. We hurt the body by a severe blow, or by tight clothes, and the feet by fetters. Psalms 105:18.
2. To wound; to injure or impair the sound state of the body, as by incision or fracture.
3. To harm; to damage; to injure by occasioning loss. We hurt a man by destroying his property.
4. To injure by diminution; to impair.
A man hurts his estate by extravagance.
5. To injure by reducing in quality; to impair the strength, purity or beauty of.
HURT not the wine and the oil--Revelation 6:6.
6. To harm; to injure; to damage, in general.
7. To wound; to injure; to give pain to; as, to hurt the feelings.
HURT, noun A wound; a bruise; any thing that gives pain to the body.
The pains of sickness and hurts.
1. Harm; mischief; injury.
I have slain a man to my wounding, and a young man to my hurt Genesis 4:23.
2. Injury; loss.
Why should damage grow to the hurt of the kings? Ezra 4:22.