Psa 19:1 To the chief Musician, A Psalm of David.
The heavens declare the glory of God; and the firmament sheweth his handywork.

למנצח מזמור לדוד׃ (19:2) השׁמים מספרים כבוד־אל ומעשׂה ידיו(19:1

THE FIRST WORD OF THE FIRST VERSE THE FIRST CHAPTER

1. למנצח “to (the) chief musician”
ל to teach, to learn, to goad, shepherd’s staff, to point **as prefix meaning to/for** meanings for Hebrew letter Lamed (L)
מ water, the word, people, languages, tongues (fluidity) meanings for Hebrew letter Mem(M)
נ to propagate, progeny, son, seed, continuance, perpetuity, posterity meanings for Hebrew letter Nun(N)
צ side, fish/hunt, righteous(ness), command meanings for Hebrew letter Tsade(ts)
ח fence, hedge, wall, enclosure, mercy, grace meanings for Hebrew letter Chet(ch)

נָצַח verb H5329 to lead in music, chief, be preferred, eminent, to be famous, to conquer, sonorous clear voice
to excel, be bright, be preeminent, be perpetual, be overseer, be enduring
1. (Niphal) enduring (participle)
2. (Piel) to act as overseer or superintendent or director or chief
KJV Translation Count — Total: 65x
The KJV translates Strongs H5329 in the following manner: Musician (55x), set forward (3x), overseers (3x), excel (1x), oversee (1x), perpetual (1x), chief singer (1x).
H5329 VERB נצח nâtsach naw-tsakh’
A primitive root; properly to glitter from afar, that is, to be eminent (as a superintendent, especially of the Temple services and its music); also (as denominative from H5331), to be permanent: – excel, chief musician (singer), oversee (-r), set forward.
***Other Hebrew words using same Hebrew letters*****
H5330 VERB נצח netsach nets-akh’ (ARAMAIC)
(Chaldee); corresponding to H5329; to become chief: – be preferred.
Used once Dan 6:3 Then this Daniel was preferred H5330 above the presidents and princes, because an excellent spirit was in him; and the king thought to set him over the whole realm.

H5331 MASCULINE NOUN נצח נצח netsach nêtsach
neh’-tsakh, nay’-tsakh
From H5329; properly a goal, that is, the bright object at a distance travelled towards; hence (figuratively), splendor, or (subjectively) truthfulness, or (objectively) confidence; but usually (adverbially), continually (that is, to the most distant point of view): – alway (-s), constantly, end, (+ n-) ever (more), perpetual, strength, victory.
KJV Translation Count — Total: 43x
The KJV translates Strongs H5331 in the following manner: ever (24x), never (4x), perpetual (3x), always (2x), end (2x), victory (2x), strength (2x), alway (1x), constantly (1x), evermore (1x), never (with H3808) (1x).

H5332 MASCULINE NOUN נצח nêtsach
nay’-tsakh
Probably identical with H5331, through the idea of brilliancy of color; juice of the grape (as blood red): – blood, strength.
The KJV translates Strongs H5332 in the following manner: blood (1x), strength (1x).
Isa 63:3 I have trodden the winepress alone; and of the people there was none with me: for I will tread them in mine anger, and trample them in my fury; and their blood H5332 shall be sprinkled upon my garments, and I will stain all my raiment.

Isa 63:6 And I will tread down the people in mine anger, and make them drunk in my fury, and I will bring down their strength H5332 to the earth.
Also at beginning of the Hebrew word למנצח is the Heb. Word (mn) coming right after the “L/lamed” prefix meaning to/for.

H4478
מן
mân
mawn
From H4100; literally a whatness (so to speak), that is, manna (so called from the question about it): – manna.
H4479
מן
mân
mawn
(Chaldee); from H4101; who or what (properly interrogitive, hence also indefinite and relative): – what, who (-msoever, + so).
H4480
מנּי מנּי מן
min minnı̂y minnêy
min, min-nee’, min-nay’
For H4482; properly a part of; hence (prepositionally), from or out of in many senses: – above, after, among, at, because of, by (reason of), from (among), in, X neither, X nor, (out) of, over, since, X then, through, X whether, with.
H4481
מן
min
min
(Chaldee); corresponding to H4480: – according, after, + because, + before, by, for, from, X him, X more than, (out) of, part, since, X these, to, upon, + when.
H4482
מן
mên
mane
From an unused rot meaning to apportion; a part; hence a musical chord (as parted into strings): – in [the same] (Psa. H68 : H23), stringed instrument (Psa. H150 : H4), whereby (Psa. H45 : H8 [defective plural]).
*** Break down of two words within the word***
H5322
נץ
nêts
nayts
From H5340; a flower (from its brilliancy); also a hawk (from its flashing speed): – blossom, hawk.
H6703
צח
tsach
tsakh
From H6705; dazzling, that is, sunny, bright, (figuratively) evident: – clear, dry, plainly, white

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I am a Southerner through and through.  Southern born and Southern “bread”, corn bread and biscuits, the staples nailing down the roots of all the dinners and suppers in our Southern home.  Flat cakes and round mounds of pure heaven on a plate fried, baked, salted, dipped and sopped we learned everything about God around the table.

Nobody preached, papa prayed a standard of “Thank the Lord for..(dinner or supper)” with a resounding sound of plates and forks making music swiftly at the final Amen. 

Women surrounded the table serving like a small covey of quail scattering in flight back to the kitchen only when the sound of an empty bowl or glass was heard.  God blessed us there at the table.

Papa’s cup was never empty always overflowing to the saucer underneath.  I recall the sound as he always drank from the overflowing saucer first.  Sad how today we take a cup of coffee for granted.

Not a thousand bucks could hire the star of this performance.  Love was the guest and our plates were always covered with plenty.  More than food was put away here at The Family Table.

Hard times were concealed here under the table.  Hands scarred from burns on the stove were wrapped in aprons and feet swollen from walking a long row to hoe were all welcome to find solace of rest at the table.  Tiny baby feet always dangled on a knee as new generations found a place at the table.  The table never lets you forget.  The smells wake you up in the morning and linger like a mist through the night.

How beautiful are the feet of those who bring good news to the world?  It’s like a good meal at the table.

Someone counted the cost.

Someone paid the price.

Someone prepared.

Someone served.

We all come and dine and that same one…cleans up the mess.