Strong's Hebrew Dictionary (KJV)


(7781) — (7881)

(7781) Shuwphamiy [shoo-faw-mee']

patronymic from 'Shphuwpham' (Shphuwpham); a Shuphamite (collectively) or descendants of Shephupham:--Shuphamite.

(7782) showphar [sho-far']

or shophar {sho-far'}; from 'shaphar' (shaphar) in the original sense of incising; a cornet (as giving a clear sound) or curved horn:--cornet, trumpet.

(7783) shuwq [shook]

a primitive root; to run after or over, i.e. overflow:--overflow, water.

(7784) shuwq [shook]

from 'shuwq' (shuwq); a street (as run over):--street.

(7785) showq [shoke]

from 'shuwq' (shuwq); the (lower) leg (as a runner):--hip, leg, shoulder, thigh.

(7786) suwr [soor]

a primitive root; properly, to vanquish; by implication, to rule (causatively, crown):--make princes, have power, reign. See 'cuwr' (cuwr).

(7787) suwr [soor]

a primitive root (identical with 'suwr' (suwr) through the idea of reducing to pieces; compare 'massowr' (massowr)); to saw:--cut.

(7788) shuwr [shoor]

a primitive root; properly, to turn, i.e. travel about (as a harlot or a merchant):--go, singular See also 'shiyr' (shiyr).

(7789) shuwr [shoor]

a primitive root (identical with 'shuwr' (shuwr) through the idea of going round for inspection); to spy out, i.e. (generally) survey, (for evil) lurk for, (for good) care for:--behold, lay wait, look, observe, perceive, regard, see.

(7790) shuwr [shoor]

from 'Shiymown' (Shiymown); a foe (as lying in wait):--enemy.

(7791) shuwr [shoor]

from 'shuwr' (shuwr); a wall (as going about):--wall.

(7792) shuwr [shoor]

(Aramaic) corresponding to 'shuwr' (shuwr):--wall.

(7793) Shuwr [shoor]

the same as 'shuwr' (shuwr); Shur, a region of the Desert:--Shur.

(7794) showr [shore]

from 'shuwr' (shuwr); a bullock (as a traveller):--bull(-ock), cow, ox, wall (by mistake for 'shuwr' (shuwr)).

(7795) sowrah [so-raw']

from 'suwr' (suwr) in the primitive sense of 'cuwr' (cuwr); properly, a ring, i.e. (by analogy) a row (adverbially):--principal.

(7796) Sowreq [so-rake']

the same as 'soreq' (soreq); a vine; Sorek, a valley in Palestine:--Sorek.

(7797) suws [soos]

or siys {sece}; a primitive root; to be bright, i.e. cheerful:--be glad, X greatly, joy, make mirth, rejoice.

(7798) Shavsha' [shav-shaw']

from 'suws' (suws); joyful; Shavsha, an Israelite:--Shavsha.

(7799) shuwshan [shoo-shan']

or showshan {sho-shawn'}; or shoshan {sho- shawn'}; and (feminine) showshannah {sho-shan-naw'}; from 'suws' (suws); a lily (from its whiteness), as a flower of arch. ornament; also a (straight) trumpet (from the tubular shape): lily, Shoshannim.

(7800) Shuwshan [shoo-shan']

the same as 'shuwshan' (shuwshan); Shushan, a place in Persia:--Shushan.

(7801) Shuwshankiy [shoo-shan-kee']

(Aramaic) of foreign origin; a Shushankite (collectively) or inhabitants of some unknown place in Assyrian:--Susanchites.

(7802) Shuwshan `Eduwth [shoo-shan' ay-dooth']

or (plural of former) Showshanniym aEduwth {sho-shan-neem' ay-dooth'}; from 'shuwshan' (shuwshan) and '`eduwth' (`eduwth); lily (or trumpet) of assemblage; Shushan-Eduth or Shoshannim-Eduth, the title of a popular song:--Shoshannim-Eduth, Shushan-eduth.

(7803) Shuwthelach [shoo-theh'-lakh]

probably from 'sha'ah' (sha'ah) and the same as 'Telach' (Telach); crash of breakage; Shuthelach, the name of two Israelites:--Shuthelah.

(7804) shzab [shez-ab']

(Aramaic) corresponding to '`azab' (`azab); to leave, i.e. (causatively) free:--deliver.

(7805) shazaph [shaw-zaf']

a primitive root; to tan (by sun-burning); figuratively (as if by a piercing ray) to scan:--look up, see.

(7806) shazar [shaw-zar']

a primitive root; to twist (a thread of straw):--twine.

(7807) shach [shakh]

from 'shachach' (shachach); sunk, i.e. downcast:--+ humble.

(7808) seach [say'-akh]

for 'siyach' (siyach); communion, i.e. (reflexively) meditation:--thought.

(7809) shachad [shaw-khad']

a primitive root; to donate, i.e. bribe:--hire, give a reward.

(7810) shachad [shakh'-ad]

from 'shachad' (shachad); a donation (venal or redemptive):--bribe(-ry), gift, present, reward.

(7811) sachah [saw-khaw']

a primitive root; to swim; causatively, to inundate:--(make to) swim.

(7812) shachah [shaw-khaw']

a primitive root; to depress, i.e. prostrate (especially reflexive, in homage to royalty or God):--bow (self) down, crouch, fall down (flat), humbly beseech, do (make) obeisance, do reverence, make to stoop, worship.

(7813) sachuw [saw'-khoo]

from 'sachah' (sachah); a pond (for swimming):--to swim in.

(7814) schowq [sekh-oke']

or schoq {sekh-oke'}; from 'sachaq' (sachaq); laughter (in merriment or defiance):--derision, laughter(-ed to scorn, -ing), mocked, sport.

(7815) shchowr [shekh-ore']

from 'shachar' (shachar); dinginess, i.e. perhaps soot:--coal.

(7816) shchuwth [shekh-ooth']

from 'shachah' (shachah); pit:--pit.

(7817) shachach [shaw-khakh']

a primitive root; to sink or depress (reflexive or causative):--bend, bow (down), bring (cast) down, couch, humble self, be (bring) low, stoop.

(7818) sachat [saw-khat']

a primitive root; to tread out, i.e. squeeze (grapes):--press.

(7819) shachat [shaw-khat']

a primitive root; to slaughter (in sacrifice or massacre):--kill, offer, shoot out, slay, slaughter.

(7820) shachat [shaw-khat']

a primitive root (identical with 'shachat' (shachat) through the idea of striking); to hammer out:--beat.

(7821) shchiytah [shekh-ee-taw']

from 'shachat' (shachat); slaughter:--killing.

(7822) shchiyn [shekh-een']

from an unused root probably meaning to burn; inflammation, i.e. an ulcer; --boil, botch.

(7823) shachiyc [shaw-khece']

or cachiysh {saw-kheesh'}; from an unused root apparently meaning to sprout; after-growth:--(that) which springeth of the same.

(7824) shachiyph [shaw-kheef']

from the same as 'shachaph' (shachaph); a board (as chipped thin):--cieled with.

(7825) shchiyth [shekh-eeth']

from 'shachah' (shachah); a pit-fall (literally or figuratively):--destruction, pit.

(7826) shachal [shakh'-al]

from an unused root probably meaning to roar; a lion (from his characteristic roar):--(fierce) lion.

(7827) shcheleth [shekh-ay'-leth]

apparently from the same as 'shachal' (shachal) through some obscure idea, perhaps that of peeling off by concussion of sound; a scale or shell, i.e. the aromatic mussel.:--onycha.

(7828) shachaph [shakh'-af]

from an unused root meaning to peel, i.e. emaciate; the gull (as thin):--cuckoo.

(7829) shachepheth [shakh-eh'-feth]

from the same as 'shachaph' (shachaph); emaciation:--consumption.

(7830) shachats [shakh'-ats]

from an unused root apparently meaning to strut; haughtiness (as evinced by the attitude):--X lion, pride.

(7831) Shachatsowm [shakh-ats-ome']

from the same as 'shachats' (shachats); proudly; Shachatsom, a place in Palestine:--Shahazimah (from the margin).

(7832) sachaq [saw-khak']

a primitive root; to laugh (in pleasure or detraction); by implication, to play:--deride, have in derision, laugh, make merry, mock(-er), play, rejoice, (laugh to) scorn, be in (make) sport.

(7833) shachaq [shaw-khak']

a primitive root; to comminate (by trituration or attrition):--beat, wear.

(7834) shachaq [shakh'-ak]

from 'shachaq' (shachaq); a powder (as beaten small): by analogy, a thin vapor; by extension, the firmament:--cloud, small dust, heaven, sky.

(7835) shachar [shaw-khar']

a primitive root (identical with 'shachar' (shachar) through the idea of the duskiness of early dawn); to be dim or dark (in color):--be black.

(7836) shachar [shaw-khar']

a primitive root; properly, to dawn, i.e. (figuratively) be (up) early at any task (with the implication of earnestness); by extension, to search for (with painstaking):--(do something) betimes, enquire early, rise (seek) betimes, seek diligently) early, in the morning).

(7837) shachar [shakh'-ar]

from 'shachar' (shachar); dawn (literal, figurative or adverbial):--day(-spring), early, light, morning, whence riseth.

(7838) shachor [shaw-khore']

or shachowr {shaw-khore'}; from 'shachar' (shachar); properly, dusky, but also (absol.) jetty:--black.

(7839) shacharuwth [shakh-ar-ooth']

from 'shachar' (shachar); a dawning, i.e. (figuratively) juvenescence:--youth.

(7840) shcharchoreth [shekh-ar-kho'-reth]

from 'shachar' (shachar); swarthy:--black.

(7841) Shcharyah [shekh-ar-yaw']

from 'shachar' (shachar) and 'Yahh' (Yahh); Jah has sought; Shecharjah, an Israelite:--Shehariah.

(7842) Shacharayim [shakh-ar-ah'-yim]

dual of 'shachar' (shachar); double dawn; Shacharajim, an Israelite:--Shaharaim.

(7843) shachath [shaw-khath']

a primitive root; to decay, i.e. (causatively) ruin (literally or figuratively):--batter, cast off, corrupt(-er, thing), destroy(-er, -uction), lose, mar, perish, spill, spoiler, X utterly, waste(-r).

(7844) shchath [shekh-ath']

(Aramaic) corresponding to 'shachath' (shachath):--corrupt, fault.

(7845) shachath [shakh'-ath]

from 'shuwach' (shuwach); a pit (especially as a trap); figuratively, destruction:--corruption, destruction, ditch, grave, pit.

(7846) set [sayte]

or cet {sayt}; from 'suwt' (suwt); a departure from right, i.e. sin:--revolter, that turn aside.

(7847) satah [saw-taw']

a primitive root; to deviate from duty:--decline, go aside, turn.

(7848) shittah [shit-taw']

feminine of a derivative (only in the plural shittiym {shit-teem'}; meaning the sticks of wood) from the same as 'shotet' (shotet); the acacia (from its scourging thorns):--shittah, shittim. See also 'Beyth hash-Shittah' (Beyth hash-Shittah).

(7849) shatach [shaw-takh']

a primitive root; to expand:--all abroad, enlarge, spread, stretch out.

(7850) shotet [sho-tate']

active participle of an otherwise unused root meaning (properly, to pierce; but only as a denominative from 'showt' (showt)) to flog; a goad:--scourge.

(7851) Shittiym [shit-teem']

the same as the plural of 'shittah' (shittah); acacia trees; Shittim, a place East of the Jordan:--Shittim.

(7852) satam [saw-tam']

a primitive root; properly, to lurk for, i.e. persecute:--hate, oppose self against.

(7853) satan [saw-tan']

a primitive root; to attack, (figuratively) accuse:--(be an) adversary, resist.

(7854) satan [saw-tawn']

from 'satan' (satan); an opponent; especially (with the article prefixed) Satan, the arch-enemy of good:--adversary, Satan, withstand.

(7855) sitnah [sit-naw']

from 'satan' (satan); opposition (by letter):--accusation.

(7856) Sitnan [sit-naw']

the same as 'sitnah' (sitnah); Sitnah, the name of a well in Pal:--Sitnah.

(7857) shataph [shaw-taf']

a primitive root; to gush; by implication, to inundate, cleanse; by analogy, to gallop, conquer:--drown, (over-)flow(- whelm, rinse, run, rush, (throughly) wash (away).

(7858) sheteph [sheh'-tef]

or sheteph {shay'-tef}; from 'shataph' (shataph); a deluge (literally or figuratively):--flood, outrageous, overflowing.

(7859) shtar [shet-ar']

(Aramaic) of uncertain derivation; a side:--side.

(7860) shoter [sho-tare']

active participle of an otherwise unused root probably meaning to write; properly, a scribe, i.e. (by analogy or implication) an official superintendent or magistrate:--officer, overseer, ruler.

(7861) Shitray [shit-rah'-ee]

from the same as 'shoter' (shoter); magisterial; Shitrai, an Israelite:--Shitrai.

(7862) shay [shah'-ee]

probably from 'shavah' (shavah); a gift (as available):--present.

(7863) siy' [see]

from the same as 'sow'' (sow') by permutation; elevation:-- excellency.

(7864) Shya' [sheh-yaw']

for 'Shva'' (Shva'); Sheja, an Israelite:--Sheva (from the margin).

(7865) Siy'on [see-ohn']

from 'siy'' (siy'); peak; Sion, the summit of Mt. Hermon:--Sion.

(7866) Shi'yown [shee-ohn']

from the same as 'show'' (show'); ruin; Shijon, a place in Palestine --Shihon.

(7867) siyb [seeb]

a primitive root; properly, to become aged, i.e. (by implication) to grow gray:--(be) grayheaded.

(7868) siyb [seeb]

(Aramaic) corresponding to 'siyb' (siyb):--elder.

(7869) seyb [sabe]

from 'siyb' (siyb); old age:--age.

(7870) shiybah [shee-baw']

by permutation from 'shuwb' (shuwb); a return (of property):--captivity.

(7871) shiybah [shee-baw']

from 'yashab' (yashab); residence:--while...lay.

(7872) seybah [say-baw']

feminine of 'seyb' (seyb); old age:--(be) gray (grey hoar,-y) hairs (head,-ed), old age.

(7873) siyg [seeg]

from 'suwg' (suwg); a withdrawal (into a private place):--pursuing.

(7874) siyd [seed]

a primitive root probably meaning to boil up (compare 'shuwd' (shuwd)); used only as denominative from 'siyd' (siyd); to plaster:--plaister.

(7875) siyd [seed]

from 'siyd' (siyd); lime (as boiling when slacked):--lime, plaister.

(7876) shayah [shaw-yaw']

a primitive root; to keep in memory:--be unmindful. (Render Deuteronomy 32:18, "A Rock bore thee, thou must recollect; and (yet) thou hast forgotten," etc.)

(7877) Shiyza' [shee-zaw']

of unknown derivation; Shiza, an Is.:--Shiza.

(7878) siyach [see'-akh]

a primitive root; to ponder, i.e. (by implication) converse (with oneself, and hence, aloud) or (transitively) utter:-- commune, complain, declare, meditate, muse, pray, speak, talk (with).

(7879) siyach [see'-akh]

from 'siyach' (siyach); a contemplation; by implication, an utterance:--babbling, communication, complaint, meditation, prayer, talk.

(7880) siyach [see'-akh]

from 'siyach' (siyach); a shoot (as if uttered or put forth), i.e. (generally) shrubbery:--bush, plant, shrub.

(7881) siychah [see-khaw']

feminine of 'siyach' (siyach); reflection; be extension, devotion:--meditation, prayer.