Strong's Hebrew Dictionary (KJV)



(7680) sga' [seg-aw']

(Aramaic) corresponding to 'saga'' (saga'); to increase:--grow, be multiplied.

(7681) Shage' [shaw-gay']

probably from 'shagah' (shagah); erring; Shage, an Israelite:--Shage.

(7682) sagab [saw-gab']

a primitive root; to be (causatively, make) lofty, especially inaccessible; by implication, safe, strong; used literally and figuratively --defend, exalt, be excellent, (be, set on) high, lofty, be safe, set up (on high), be too strong.

(7683) shagag [shaw-gag']

a primitive root; to stray, i.e. (figuratively) sin (with more or less apology):--X also for that, deceived, err, go astray, sin ignorantly.

(7684) shgagah [sheg-aw-gaw']

from 'shagag' (shagag); a mistake or inadvertent transgression:--error, ignorance, at unawares; unwittingly.

(7685) sagah [saw-gaw']

a primitive root; to enlarge (especially upward, also figuratively):--grow (up), increase.

(7686) shagah [shaw-gaw']

a primitive root; to stray (causatively, mislead), usually (figuratively) to mistake, especially (morally) to transgress; by extension (through the idea of intoxication) to reel, (figuratively) be enraptured:--(cause to) go astray, deceive, err, be ravished, sin through ignorance, (let, make to) wander.

(7687) Sguwb [seg-oob']

from 'sagab' (sagab); aloft; Segub, the name of two Israelites:--Segub.

(7688) shagach [shaw-gakh']

a primitive root; to peep, i.e. glance sharply at:--look (narrowly).

(7689) saggiy' [sag-ghee']

from 'saga'' (saga'); (superlatively) mighty:--excellent, great.

(7690) saggiy' [sag-ghee']

(Aramaic) corresponding to 'saggiy'' (saggiy'); large (in size, quantity or number, also adverbial):--exceeding, great(-ly); many, much, sore, very.

(7691) shgiy'ah [sheg-ee-aw']

from 'shagah' (shagah); a moral mistake:--error.

(7692) shiggayown [shig-gaw-yone']

or shiggayonah {shig-gaw-yo-naw'}; from 'shagah' (shagah); properly, aberration, i.e. (technically) a dithyramb or rambling poem:--Shiggaion, Shigionoth.

(7693) shagal [shaw-gal']

a primitive root; to copulate with:--lie with, ravish.

(7694) shegal [shay-gawl']

from 'shagal' (shagal); a queen (from cohabitation):--queen.

(7695) shegal [shay-gawl']

(Aramaic) corresponding to 'shegal' (shegal); a (legitimate) queen:--wife.

(7696) shaga` [shaw-gah']

a primitive root; to rave through insanity:--(be, play the) mad (man).

(7697) shigga`own [shig-gaw-yone']

from 'shaga`' (shaga`); craziness:--furiously, madness.

(7698) sheger [sheh'-ger]

from an unused root probably meaning to eject; the fetus (as finally expelled):--that cometh of, increase.

(7699) shad [shad]

or shod {shode}; probably from 'shuwd' (shuwd) (in its original sense) contracted; the breast of a woman or animal (as bulging):--breast, pap, teat.

(7700) shed [shade]

from 'shuwd' (shuwd); a doemon (as malignant):--devil.

(7701) shod [shode]

or showd (Job 5:21) {shode}; from 'shuwd' (shuwd); violence, ravage:--desolation, destruction, oppression, robbery, spoil(-ed, -er, - ing), wasting.

(7702) sadad [saw-dad']

a primitive root; to abrade, i.e. harrow a field:--break clods, harrow.

(7703) shadad [shaw-dad']

a primitive root; properly, to be burly, i.e. (figuratively) powerful (passively, impregnable); by implication, to ravage:--dead, destroy(-er), oppress, robber, spoil(-er), X utterly, (lay) waste.

(7704) sadeh [saw-deh']

or saday {saw-dah'-ee}; from an unused root meaning to spread out; a field (as flat):--country, field, ground, land, soil, X wild.

(7705) shiddah [shid-dah']

from 'shadad' (shadad); a wife (as mistress of the house):--X all sorts, musical instrument.

(7706) Shadday [shad-dah'-ee]

from 'shadad' (shadad); the Almighty:--Almighty.

(7707) Shdey'uwr [shed-ay-oor']

from the same as 'sadeh' (sadeh) and ''uwr' ('uwr); spreader of light; Shedejur, an Israelite:--Shedeur.

(7708) Siddiym [sid-deem']

plural from the same as 'sadeh' (sadeh); flats; Siddim, a valley in Palestine:--Siddim.

(7709) shdemah [shed-ay-maw']

apparently from 'sadeh' (sadeh); a cultivated field; -- blasted, field.

(7710) shadaph [shaw-daf']

a primitive root; to scorch:--blast.

(7711) shdephah [shed-ay-faw']

or shiddaphown {shid-daw-fone'}; from 'shadaph' (shadaph); blight:--blasted(-ing).

(7712) shdar [shed-ar']

(Aramaic) a primitive root; to endeavor:--labour.

(7713) sderah [sed-ay-raw']

from an unused root meaning to regulate; a row, i.e. rank (of soldiers), story (of rooms):--board, range.

(7714) Shadrak [shad-rak']

probably of foreign origin; Shadrak, the Bab. name of one of Daniel's companions:--Shadrach.

(7715) Shadrak [shad-rak']

(Aramaic) the same as 'Shadrak' (Shadrak):--Shadrach.

(7716) seh [seh]

or sey {say}; probably from 'sha'ah' (sha'ah) through the idea of pushing out to graze; a member of a flock, i.e. a sheep or goat:--(lesser, small) cattle, ewe, goat, lamb, sheep. Compare 'zeh' (zeh).

(7717) sahed [saw-hade']

from an unused root meaning to testify; a witness:--record.

(7718) shoham [sho'-ham]

from an unused root probably mean to blanch; a gem, probably the beryl (from its pale green color):--onyx.

(7719) Shoham [sho'-ham]

the same as 'shoham' (shoham); Shoham, an Israelite:--Shoham.

(7720) saharon [sah-har-one']

from the same as 'cahar' (cahar); a round pendant for the neck:--ornament, round tire like the moon.

(7721) sow' [so]

from an unused root (akin to 'nasa'' (nasa') and 'show'' (show')) meaning to rise; a rising:--arise.

(7722) show' [sho]

or (feminine) showtah {sho-aw'}; or shoah {sho-aw'}; from an unused root meaning to rush over; a tempest; by implication, devastation:--desolate(-ion), destroy, destruction, storm, wasteness.

(7723) shav' [shawv]

or shav {shav}; from the same as 'show'' (show') in the sense of desolating; evil (as destructive), literally (ruin) or morally (especially guile); figuratively idolatry (as false, subjective), uselessness (as deceptive, objective; also adverbially, in vain):--false(-ly), lie, lying, vain, vanity.

(7724) Shva' [shev-aw']

from the same as 'shav'' (shav'); false; Sheva, an Israelite:--Sheva.

(7725) shuwb [shoob]

a primitive root; to turn back (hence, away) transitively or intransitively, literally or figuratively (not necessarily with the idea of return to the starting point); generally to retreat; often adverbial, again:--((break, build, circumcise, dig, do anything, do evil, feed, lay down, lie down, lodge, make, rejoice, send, take, weep)) X again, (cause to) answer (+ again), X in any case (wise), X at all, averse, bring (again, back, home again), call (to mind), carry again (back), cease, X certainly, come again (back), X consider, + continually, convert, deliver (again), + deny, draw back, fetch home again, X fro, get (oneself) (back) again, X give (again), go again (back, home), (go) out, hinder, let, (see) more, X needs, be past, X pay, pervert, pull in again, put (again, up again), recall, recompense, recover, refresh, relieve, render (again), requite, rescue, restore, retrieve, (cause to, make to) return, reverse, reward, + say nay, send back, set again, slide back, still, X surely, take back (off), (cause to, make to) turn (again, self again, away, back, back again, backward, from, off), withdraw.

(7726) showbab [sho-bawb']

from 'shuwb' (shuwb); apostate, i.e. idolatrous:--backsliding, frowardly, turn away (from margin).

(7727) Showbab [sho-bawb']

the same as 'showbab' (showbab); rebellious; Shobab, the name of two Israelites:--Shobab.

(7728) showbeb [sho-babe']

from 'shuwb' (shuwb); apostate, i.e. heathenish or (actually) heathen:--backsliding.

(7729) shuwbah [shoo-baw']

from 'shuwb' (shuwb); a return:--returning.

(7730) sowbek [so'-bek]

for 'cobek' (cobek); a thicket, i.e. interlaced branches:--thick boughs.

(7731) Showbak [sho-bawk']

perhaps for 'sowbek' (sowbek); Shobak, a Syrian:--Shobach.

(7732) Showbal [sho-bawl']

from the same as 'shebel' (shebel); overflowing; Shobal, the name of an Edomite and two Israelites:--Shobal.

(7733) Showbeq [sho-bake']

active participle from a primitive root meaning to leave (compare 'shbaq' (shbaq)); forsaking; Shobek, an Israelite:--Shobek.

(7734) suwg [soog]

a primitive root; to retreat:--turn back.

(7735) suwg [soog]

a primitive root; to hedge in:--make to grow.

(7736) shuwd [shood]

a primitive root; properly, to swell up, i.e. figuratively (by implication of insolence) to devastate:--waste.

(7737) shavah [shaw-vaw']

a primitive root; properly, to level, i.e. equalize; figuratively, to resemble; by implication, to adjust (i.e. counterbalance, be suitable, compose, place, yield, etc.):--avail, behave, bring forth, compare, countervail, (be, make) equal, lay, be (make, a- )like, make plain, profit, reckon.

(7738) shavah [shaw-vaw']

a primitive root; to destroy:--X substance (from the margin).

(7739) shvah [shev-aw']

(Aramaic): corresponding to 'shavah' (shavah); to resemble:--make like.

(7740) Shaveh [shaw-vay']

from 'shavah' (shavah); plain; Shaveh, a place in Palestine:--Shaveh.

(7741) Shaveh Qiryathayim [shaw-vay' kir-yaw-thah'-yim]

from the same as 'Shaveh' (Shaveh) and the dual of 'qiryah' (qiryah); plain of a double city; Shaveh-Kirjathajim, a place East of the Jordan:--Shaveh Kiriathaim.

(7742) suwach [soo'-akh]

a primitive root; to muse pensively:--meditate.

(7743) shuwach [shoo'-akh]

a primitive root; to sink, literally or figuratively:--bow down, incline, humble.

(7744) Shuwach [shoo'-akh]

from 'shuwach' (shuwach); dell; Shuach, a son of Abraham:--Shuah.

(7745) shuwchah [shoo-khaw']

from 'shuwach' (shuwach); a chasm:--ditch, pit.

(7746) Shuwchah [shoo-khaw']

the same as 'shuwchah' (shuwchah); Shuchah, an Israelite:--Shuah.

(7747) Shuchiy [shoo-khee']

patronymic from 'Shuwach' (Shuwach); a Shuchite or descendant of Shuach:--Shuhite.

(7748) Shuwcham [shoo-khawm']

from 'shuwach' (shuwach); humbly; Shucham, an Israelite:--Shuham.

(7749) Shuwchamiy [shoo-khaw-mee']

patronymic from 'Shuwcham' (Shuwcham); a Shuchamite (collectively):--Shuhamites.

(7750) suwt [soot]

or (by permutation) cuwt {soot}; a primitive root; to detrude, i.e. (intransitively and figuratively) become derelict (wrongly practise; namely, idolatry):--turn aside to.

(7751) shuwt [shoot]

a primitive root; properly, to push forth; (but used only figuratively) to lash, i.e. (the sea with oars) to row; by implication, to travel:--go (about, through, to and fro), mariner, rower, run to and fro.

(7752) showt [shote]

from 'shuwt' (shuwt); a lash (literally or figuratively):--scourge, whip.

(7753) suwk [sook]

a primitive root; to entwine, i.e. shut in (for formation, protection or restraint):--fence, (make an) hedge (up).

(7754) sowk [soke]

or (feminine) sowkah {so-kaw'}; from 'suwk' (suwk); a branch (as interleaved):--bough.

(7755) Sowkoh [so-ko']

or Sokoh {so-ko'}; or Sowkow {so-ko'}; from 'suwk' (suwk); Sokoh or Soko, the name of two places in Palestine:--Shocho, Shochoh, Sochoh, Soco, Socoh.

(7756) Suwkathiy [soo-kaw-thee']

probably patronymic from a name corresponding to 'sowk' (sowk) (feminine); a Sukathite or descendant of an unknown Israelite named Sukah:--Suchathite.

(7757) shuwl [shool]

from an unused root meaning to hang down; a skirt; by implication, a bottom edge:--hem, skirt, train.

(7758) showlal [sho-lawl']

or sheylal (Micah 1:8) {shay-lawl'}; from 'shalal' (shalal); nude (especially bare-foot); by implication, captive:--spoiled, stripped.

(7759) Shuwlammiyth [shoo-lam-meeth']

from 'shalam' (shalam); peaceful (with the article always prefixed, making it a pet name); the Shulammith, an epithet of Solomon's queen:--Shulamite.

(7760) suwm [soom]

or siym {seem}; a primitive root; to put (used in a great variety of applications, literal, figurative, inferentially, and elliptically):--X any wise, appoint, bring, call (a name), care, cast in, change, charge, commit, consider, convey, determine, + disguise, dispose, do, get, give, heap up, hold, impute, lay (down, up), leave, look, make (out), mark, + name, X on, ordain, order, + paint, place, preserve, purpose, put (on), + regard, rehearse, reward, (cause to) set (on, up), shew, + stedfastly, take, X tell, + tread down, ((over-))turn, X wholly, work.

(7761) suwm [soom]

(Aramaic) corresponding to 'suwm' (suwm):--+ command, give, lay, make, + name, + regard, set.

(7762) shuwm [shoom]

from an unused root meaning to exhale; garlic (from its rank odor):--garlic.

(7763) Showmer [sho-mare']

or Shomer {sho-mare'}; active participle of 'shamar' (shamar); keeper; Shomer, the name of two Israelites:--Shomer.

(7764) Shuwniy [shoo-nee']

from an unused root meaning to rest; quiet; Shuni, an Israelite:--Shuni.

(7765) Shuwniy [shoo-nee']

patronymic from 'Shuwniy' (Shuwniy); a Shunite (collectively) or descendants of Shuni:--Shunites.

(7766) Shuwnem [shoo-name']

probably from the same as 'Shuwniy' (Shuwniy); quietly; Shunem, a place in Pal:--Shunem.

(7767) Shuwnammiyth [shoo-nam-meeth']

patrial from 'Shuwnem' (Shuwnem); a Shunammitess, or female inhabitant of Shunem:--Shunamite.

(7768) shava` [shaw-vah']

a primitive root; properly, to be free; but used only causatively and reflexively, to halloo (for help, i.e. freedom from some trouble):--cry (aloud, out), shout.

(7769) shuwa` [shoo'-ah]

from 'shava`' (shava`); a halloo:--cry, riches.

(7770) Shuwa` [shoo'-ah]

the same as 'shuwa`' (shuwa`); Shua, a Canaanite:--Shua, Shuah.

(7771) showa` [sho'-ah]

from 'shava`' (shava`) in the original sense of freedom; a noble, i.e. liberal, opulent; also (as noun in the derived sense) a halloo:--bountiful, crying, rich.

(7772) Showa` [sho'-ah]

the same as 'showa`' (showa`); rich; Shoa, an Oriental people:--Shoa.

(7773) sheva` [sheh'-vah]

from 'shava`' (shava`); a halloo:--cry.

(7774) Shuwa`a' [shoo-aw']

from 'shava`' (shava`); wealth; Shua, an Israelitess:--Shua.

(7775) shav`ah [shav-aw']

feminine of 'sheva`' (sheva`); a hallooing:--crying.

(7776) shuw`al [shoo-awl']

or shunal {shoo-awl'}; from the same as 'sho`al' (sho`al); a jackal (as a burrower):--fox.

(7777) Shuw`al [shoo-awl']

the same as 'shuw`al' (shuw`al); Shual, the name of an Israelite and of a place in Palestine:--Shual.

(7778) show`er [sho-are']

or shomer {sho-are'}: active participle of 'sha`ar' (sha`ar) (as denominative from 'sha`ar' (sha`ar)); a janitor:--doorkeeper, porter.

(7779) shuwph [shoof]

a primitive root; properly, to gape, i.e. snap at; figuratively, to overwhelm:--break, bruise, cover.

(7780) Showphak [sho-fawk']

from 'shaphak' (shaphak); poured; Shophak, a Syrian:--Shophach.