The first occurrence.
And Cain talked with Abel his brother: and it came to pass, when they were in the field, that Cain rose up against Abel his brother, and slew him. Gen 4:8
The primitive root.
Strong’s H6965 קום quwm, a primitive root meaning, “to arise.” The ancient pictographs are quph + vav + mem.
quph ק = sun on the horizon, thus condense, circle, time
vav ו = the tent peg, thus add, secure, hook
mem מ ,ם = the water, thus chaos, mighty, blood
The related words will help us find the story. The verb is “to arise,” and the concrete noun is a standing grain stalk. Other nouns from this root are a stand, a height, or a decree as a standing word. A stalk or a plant arises and stands up when it gathers (quph, as light leaves the earth and sky to be gathered to the sun when it is on the horizon) to itself (vav, in the context of adding) water (mem) drawn up from the root.