- I use scholarsgateway.com to first find the parsing/root.
Vav Consecutive Verb Hiphil Perfect 3rd Mas. Sing.
Strong's Number: H8248
1. to give to drink,
water, cause to...
- Dictionary page of Pealim to plug in the root.
- Pealim Conjugation page:
he / it gave drink
Pealim is a dynamic site (new words added often). Hope this helps.
Although I abandoned nikkud a while back (self-study of them was daunting), your question re-piqued interest.
Not an easy find - and I could be wrong - but perhaps there is a qamets instead a chireq because it's a lamed-hey verb (as in 3rd position of the root is a hey).
Found this website: https://quizlet.com/98825536/weak-verbs-flash-cards/
4 Major categories of weak letter verbs
1) lamed hey or final hey
2) pey nun or first nun
3) pey yod or first yod
4) pey aleph or first aleph
Final Hey Characteristic
1 a through g
1) without afformatives:
a) Perfects end in qames hey
b) Imperfects end in segol hey
c) Imperatives end in sere hey
d) Infinitive absolutes end in holem hey
e) Infinitive constructs end in holem waw taw
f) Participles in segol hey
g) Qal passive participles end in sureq yod
Other instances of this verb in preterite - "Wigram Englishman's Hebrew-Chaldee Concordance of the Old Testament - Numerically Coded to Strong's..."
HIPHIL - Preterite
Gen. 2:6, 24:46, 29:3, 8
Num. - 5:24, 27 - 20:8
Jer. 9:15(14) - 23:15 - 35:2
Joel - 3:18 (4:18)