פקד to attend to; to visit, muster; to appoint.
— Qal - פָּקַד 1 he attended to, observed; 2 he commanded, ordered; 3 he mustered, passed in review, he numbered, counted, enumerated, passed in review; 4 he remembered, recalled; 5 he punished, took revenge; 6 he visited; 7 he missed, was lacking; PBH 8 he had marital relations with.
— Niph. - נִפְקַד 1 was visited; 2 was lacking, was missing; 3 was appointed; 4 was punished; MH 5 was deposited with; NH 6 was commanded, was commissioned.
— Pi. - פִּקֵּד 1 he mustered, numbered, enumerated; PBH 2 he commanded.
— Pu. - פֻּקַּד 1 was mustered, was numbered, was enumerated; MH 2 was commanded.
— Hith. - הִתְפַּקֵּד, הָתְפָּקַד , was mustered, was numbered.
— Hiph. - הִפְקִיד 1 he committed, entrusted; 2 he deposited; 3 he appointed.
— Hoph. - הָפְקַד 1 was committed, was entrusted; 2 was deposited; 3 was appointed. [Phoen. פקד (= to attend to, take care of, provide), Akka. paqādu (= to attend to; to visit, muster; to appoint), Aram. פּֽקַד (= he commanded), Syr. פְּקַד (= he visited, inquired, saw to, he commanded), Nab. פקד (= he commanded), Ugar. pqd (= to command to, take care of), Arab. faqada (= he sought, he missed), Ethiop. faqada (= he visited, mustered; he needed, desired). The original meaning of this base prob. was ‘to miss’.] Derivatives: פַּקָּד ᴵ, פַּקָּד ᴵᴵ, פֶּקֶד, פְּקֻדָּה, פִּקָּדוֹן, פְּקִידוּת, פָּקוּד, פִּקּוּד, פָּקִיד, פְּקִידָה ᴵ, פְּקִידָה ᴵᴵ, הַפְקָדָה, הִפָּקְדוּת, הִתְפַּקְּדוּת, מִפְקָד, מֻפְקָד, מְפַקֵּד, מִפְקָדָה, מַפְקִיד, נִפְקָד, תַּפְקִיד.