נסק to go up.
— Qal - נָסַק he went up, ascended (a hapax legomenon in the Bible, occurring Ps. 139:8 in the form יִסַּק. According to several scholars, however, יִסַּק stands for יִסְלַק).
— Hiph. - הִסִּיק he caused to ascend, he caused fire to ascend, lit a fire, heated; 2 (fig.) he brought up in his mind, drew a conclusion, concluded.
— Hiph. - הִנֽסִיק he sharpened (music).
— Hoph. - הֻסַּק PBH 1 was heated; NH 2 was concluded.
— Hoph. - הֻנְסַק was sharpened (music).
— Niph. - נִסַּק, נִסּוֹק was heated. [Borrowed from Aram. נְסַק (= סְלַק, ‘he came up’). cp. Arab. tasallaqa (= he mounted, ascended, climbed). cp. נשׂק.] Derivatives: נֶסֶק, נְסִיקָה, הֶסֵּק, הַסָּקָה, הַנֽסָקָה, מַסּוֹק, מֻסָּק, מַסְּקָנָה.