Strong's Hebrew Dictionary (KJV)



(7882) shiychah [shee-khaw']

for 'shuwchah' (shuwchah); a pit-fall:--pit.

(7883) Shiychowr [shee-khore']

or Shichowr {shee-khore'}; or Shichor {shee-khore'}; probably from 'shachar' (shachar); dark, i.e. turbid; Shichor, a stream of Egypt:--Shihor, Sihor.

(7884) Shiychowr Libnath [shee-khore' lib-nawth']

from the same as 'Shiychowr' (Shiychowr) and 'laban' (laban); darkish whiteness; Shichor-Libnath, a stream of Palestine:--Shihor-libnath.

(7885) shayit [shay'-yit]

from 'shuwt' (shuwt); an oar; also (compare 'showt' (showt)) a scourge (figuratively):--oar, scourge.

(7886) Shiyloh [shee-lo']

from 'shalah' (shalah); tranquil; Shiloh, an epithet of the Messiah:--Shiloh.

(7887) Shiyloh [shee-lo']

or Shiloh {shee-lo'}; or Shiylow {shee-lo'}; or Shilow {shee-lo'}; from the same as 'Shiyloh' (Shiyloh); Shiloh, a place in Palestine:--Shiloh.

(7888) Shiylowniy [shee-lo-nee']

or Shiyloniy {shee-lo-nee'}; or Shiloniy {shee-lo-nee'}; from 'Shiyloh' (Shiyloh); a Shilonite or inhabitant of Shiloh:--Shilonite.

(7889) Shiymown [shee-mone']

apparently for 'yshiymown' (yshiymown); desert; Shimon, an Israelite:--Shimon.

(7890) shayin [shah'-yin]

from an unused root meaning to urinate; urine:--piss.

(7891) shiyr [sheer]

or (the original form) shuwr (1 Sam. 18:6) {shoor}; a primitive root (identical with 'shuwr' (shuwr) through the idea of strolling minstrelsy); to sing:--behold (by mistake for 'shuwr' (shuwr)), sing(-er, -ing man, - ing woman).

(7892) shiyr [sheer]

or feminine shiyrah {shee-raw'}; from 'shiyr' (shiyr); a song; abstractly, singing:--musical(-ick), X sing(-er, -ing), song.

(7893) shayish [shah'-yish]

from an unused root meaning to bleach, i.e. whiten; white, i.e. marble. See 'shesh' (shesh).

(7894) Shiysah' [shee-shaw']

from the same as 'shayish' (shayish); whiteness; Shisha, an Israelite:--Shisha.

(7895) Shiyshaq [shee-shak']

or Shuwshaq {shoo-shak'}; of Egyptian derivation; Shishak, an Egyptian king:--Shishak.

(7896) shiyth [sheeth]

a primitive root; to place (in a very wide application):--apply, appoint, array, bring, consider, lay (up), let alone, X look, make, mark, put (on), + regard, set, shew, be stayed, X take.

(7897) shiyth [sheeth]

from 'shiyth' (shiyth); a dress (as put on):--attire.

(7898) shayith [shah'-yith]

from 'shiyth' (shiyth); scrub or trash, i.e. wild growth of weeds or briers (as if put on the field):--thorns.

(7899) sek [sake]

from 'cakak' (cakak) in the sense of 'suwk' (suwk); a brier (as of a hedge):--prick.

(7900) sok [soke]

from 'cakak' (cakak) in the sense of 'suwk' (suwk); a booth (as interlaced):--tabernacle.

(7901) shakab [shaw-kab']

a primitive root; to lie down (for rest, sexual connection, decease or any other purpose):--X at all, cast down, ((lover-))lay (self) (down), (make to) lie (down, down to sleep, still with), lodge, ravish, take rest, sleep, stay.

(7902) shkabah [shek-aw-baw']

from 'shakab' (shakab); a lying down (of dew, or for the sexual act):--X carnally, copulation, X lay, seed.

(7903) shkobeth [shek-o'-beth]

from 'shakab' (shakab); a (sexual) lying with:--X lie.

(7904) shakah [shaw-kaw']

a primitive root; to roam (through lust):--in the morning (by mistake for 'shakam' (shakam)).

(7905) sukkah [sook-kaw']

feminine of 'sok' (sok) in the sense of 'sek' (sek); a dart (as pointed like a thorn):--barbed iron.

(7906) Sekuw [say'-koo]

from an unused root apparently meaning to surmount; an observatory (with the article); Seku, a place in Palestine:--Sechu.

(7907) sekviy [sek-vee']

from the same as 'Sekuw' (Sekuw); observant, i.e. (concretely) the mind:--heart.

(7908) shkowl [shek-ole']

infinitive of 'shakol' (shakol); bereavement:--loss of children, spoiling.

(7909) shakkuwl [shak-kool']

or shakkul {shak-kool'}; from 'shakol' (shakol); bereaved:--barren, bereaved (robbed) of children (whelps).

(7910) shikkowr [shik-kore']

or shikkor {shik-kore'}; from 'shakar' (shakar); intoxicated, as a state or a habit:--drunk(-ard, -en, -en man).

(7911) shakach [shaw-kakh']

or shakeach {shaw-kay'-akh}; a primitive root; to mislay, i.e. to be oblivious of, from want of memory or attention:--X at all, (cause to) forget.

(7912) shkach [shek-akh']

(Aramaic) corresponding to 'shakach' (shakach) through the idea of disclosure of a covered or forgotten thing; to discover (literally or figuratively):--find.

(7913) shakeach [shaw-kay'-akh]

from 'shakach' (shakach); oblivious:--forget.

(7914) skiyah [sek-ee-yaw']

feminine from the same as 'Sekuw' (Sekuw); a conspicuous object:--picture.

(7915) sakkiyn [sak-keen']

intensive perhaps from the same as 'Sekuw' (Sekuw) in the sense of 'suwk' (suwk); a knife (as pointed or edged):--knife.

(7916) sakiyr [saw-keer']

from 'sakar' (sakar); a man at wages by the day or year:--hired (man, servant), hireling.

(7917) skiyrah [sek-ee-raw']

feminine of 'sakiyr' (sakiyr); a hiring:--that is hired.

(7918) shakak [shaw-kak']

a primitive root; to weave (i.e. lay) a trap; figuratively, (through the idea of secreting) to allay (passions; physically, abate a flood):--appease, assuage, make to cease, pacify, set.

(7919) sakal [saw-kal']

a primitive root; to be (causatively, make or act) circumspect and hence, intelligent:--consider, expert, instruct, prosper, (deal) prudent(-ly), (give) skill(-ful), have good success, teach, (have, make to) understand(-ing), wisdom, (be, behave self, consider, make) wise(- ly), guide wittingly.

(7920) skal [sek-al']

(Aramaic) corresponding to 'sakal' (sakal):--consider.

(7921) shakol [shaw-kole']

a primitive root; properly, to miscarry, i.e. suffer abortion; by analogy, to bereave (literally or figuratively):--bereave (of children), barren, cast calf (fruit, young), be (make) childless, deprive, destroy, X expect, lose children, miscarry, rob of children, spoil.

(7922) sekel [seh'-kel]

or sekel {say'-kel}; from 'sakal' (sakal); intelligence; by implication, success:--discretion, knowledge, policy, prudence, sense, understanding, wisdom, wise.

(7923) shikkuliym [shik-koo-leem']

plural from 'shakol' (shakol); childlessness (by continued bereavements):--to have after loss of others.

(7924) soklthanuw [sok-leth-aw-noo']

(Aramaic) from 'skal' (skal); intelligence:--understanding.

(7925) shakam [shaw-kam']

a primitive root; properly, to incline (the shoulder to a burden); but used only as denominative from 'shkem' (shkem); literally, to load up (on the back of man or beast), i.e. to start early in the morning:--(arise, be up, get (oneself) up, rise up) early (betimes), morning.

(7926) shkem [shek-em']

from 'shakam' (shakam); the neck (between the shoulders) as the place of burdens; figuratively, the spur of a hill:--back, X consent, portion, shoulder.

(7927) Shkem [shek-em']

the same as 'shkem' (shkem); ridge; Shekem, a place in Palestine:--Shechem.

(7928) Shekem [sheh'-kem]

for 'shkem' (shkem); Shekem, the name of a Hivite and two Israelites:--Shechem.

(7929) shikmah [shik-maw']

feminine of 'shkem' (shkem); the shoulder-bone:--shoulder blade.

(7930) Shikmiy [shik-mee']

patronymic from 'Shekem' (Shekem); a Shikmite (collectively), or descendants of Shekem:--Shichemites.

(7931) shakan [shaw-kan']

a primitive root (apparently akin (by transmission) to 'shakab' (shakab) through the idea of lodging; compare 'cikluwth' (cikluwth), 'shakam' (shakam)); to reside or permanently stay (literally or figuratively):--abide, continue, (cause to, make to) dwell(-er), have habitation, inhabit, lay, place, (cause to) remain, rest, set (up).

(7932) shkan [shek-an']

(Aramaic) corresponding to 'shakan' (shakan):--cause to dwell, have habitation.

(7933) sheken [sheh'-ken]

from 'shakan' (shakan); a residence:--habitation.

(7934) shaken [shaw-kane']

from 'shakan' (shakan); a resident; by extension, a fellow-citizen:--inhabitant, neighbour, nigh.

(7935) Shkanyah [shek-an-yaw']

or (prol.) Shkanyahuw {shek-an-yaw'-hoo}; from 'shakan' (shakan) and 'Yahh' (Yahh); Jah has dwelt; Shekanjah, the name of nine Israelites:--Shecaniah, Shechaniah.

(7936) sakar [saw-kar']

or (by permutation) cakar (Ezra 4:5) {saw-kar'}; a primitive root (apparently akin (by prosthesis) to 'karah' (karah) through the idea of temporary purchase; compare 'shakar' (shakar)); to hire:--earn wages, hire (out self), reward, X surely.

(7937) shakar [shaw-kar']

a primitive root; to become tipsy; in a qualified sense, to satiate with a stimulating drink or (figuratively) influence:--(be filled with) drink (abundantly), (be, make) drunk(-en), be merry. (Superlative of 'shaqah' (shaqah).)

(7938) seker [seh'-ker]

from 'sakar' (sakar); wages:--reward, sluices.

(7939) sakar [saw-kawr']

from 'sakar' (sakar); payment of contract; concretely, salary, fare, maintenance; by implication, compensation, benefit:--hire, price, reward(-ed), wages, worth.

(7940) Sakar [saw-kar']

the same as 'sakar' (sakar); recompense; Sakar, the name of two Israelites:--Sacar.

(7941) shekar [shay-kawr']

from 'shakar' (shakar); an intoxicant, i.e. intensely alcoholic liquor:--strong drink, + drunkard, strong wine.

(7942) Shikkrown [shik-ker-one']

for 'shikkarown' (shikkarown); drunkenness, Shikkeron, a place in Palestine:--Shicron.

(7943) shikkarown [shik-kaw-rone']

from 'shakar' (shakar); intoxication:--(be) drunken(-ness).

(7944) shal [shal]

from 'shalah' (shalah) abbrev.; a fault:--error.

(7945) shel [shel]

for the rel. ''aher' ('aher); used with prepositional prefix, and often followed by some pronominal affix; on account of, whatsoever, whichsoever:--cause, sake.

(7946) shal'anan [shal-an-awn']

for 'sha'anan' (sha'anan); tranquil:--being at ease.

(7947) shalab [shaw-lab']

a primitive root; to space off; intensive (evenly) to make equidistant:--equally distant, set in order.

(7948) shalab [shaw-lawb']

from 'shalab' (shalab); a spacer or raised interval, i.e. the stile in a frame or panel:--ledge.

(7949) shalag [shaw-lag']

a primitive root; properly, meaning to be white; used only as denominative from 'sheleg' (sheleg); to be snow-white (with the linen clothing of the slain):--be as snow.

(7950) sheleg [sheh'-leg]

from 'shalag' (shalag); snow (probably from its whiteness):--snow(-y).

(7951) shalah [shaw-law']

or shalav (Job 3:26) {shaw-lav'}; a primitive root; to be tranquil, i.e. secure or successful:--be happy, prosper, be in safety.

(7952) shalah [shaw-law']

a primitive root (probably identical with 'shalah' (shalah) through the idea of educing); to mislead:--deceive, be negligent.

(7953) shalah [shaw-law']

a primitive root (rather cognate (by contraction) to the base of 'nashal' (nashal), 'shalal' (shalal) and their congeners through the idea of extracting); to draw out or off, i.e. remove (the soul by death):--take away.

(7954) shlah [shel-aw']

(Aramaic) corresponding to 'shalah' (shalah); to be secure:--at rest.

(7955) shalah [shaw-law']

(Aramaic) from a root corresponding to 'shalah' (shalah); a wrong:--thing amiss.

(7956) Shelah [shay-law']

the same as 'sh'elah' (sh'elah) (shortened); request; Shelah, the name of a postdiluvian patriarch and of an Israelite:--Shelah.

(7957) shalhebeth [shal-heh'-beth]

from the same as 'lahab' (lahab) with sibilant prefix; a flare of fire:--(flaming) flame.

(7958) slav [sel-awv']

or slayv {sel-awv'}; by orthographical variation from 'shalah' (shalah) through the idea of sluggishness; the quail collectively (as slow in flight from its weight):--quails.

(7959) shelev [sheh'-lev]

from 'shalah' (shalah); security:--prosperity.

(7960) shaluw [shaw-loo']

(Aramaic) or shaluwth (Aramaic) {shaw-looth'}; from the same as 'shalah' (shalah); a fault:--error, X fail, thing amiss.

(7961) shalev [shaw-lave']

or shaleyv {shaw-lave'}; feminine shlevah {shel-ay-vaw'}; from 'shalah' (shalah); tranquil; (in a bad sense) careless; abstractly, security:--(being) at ease, peaceable, (in) prosper(-ity), quiet(-ness), wealthy.

(7962) shalvah [shal-vaw']

from 'shalah' (shalah); security (genuine or false):--abundance, peace(-ably), prosperity, quietness.

(7963) shlevah [shel-ay-vaw']

(Aramaic) corresponding to 'shalvah' (shalvah); safety:--tranquillity. See also 'shalev' (shalev).

(7964) shilluwach [shil-loo'-akh]

or shilluach {shil-loo'-akh}; from 'shalach' (shalach); (only in plural) a dismissal, i.e. (of a wife) divorce (especially the document); also (of a daughter) dower:--presents, have sent back.

(7965) shalowm [shaw-lome']

or shalom {shaw-lome'}; from 'shalam' (shalam); safe, i.e. (figuratively) well, happy, friendly; also (abstractly) welfare, i.e. health, prosperity, peace:--X do, familiar, X fare, favour, + friend, X great, (good) health, (X perfect, such as be at) peace(-able, -ably), prosper(-ity, -ous), rest, safe(-ty), salute, welfare, (X all is, be) well, X wholly.

(7966) shilluwm [shil-loom']

or shillum {shil-loom'}; from 'shalam' (shalam); a requital, i.e. (secure) retribution, (venal) a fee:--recompense, reward.

(7967) Shalluwm [shal-loom']

or (shorter) Shallum {shal-loom'}; the same as 'shilluwm' (shilluwm); Shallum, the name of fourteen Israelites:--Shallum.

(7968) Shalluwn [shal-loon']

probably for 'Shalluwm' (Shalluwm); Shallun, an Israelite:--Shallum.

(7969) shalowsh [shaw-loshe']

or shalosh {shaw-loshe'}; masculine shlowshah {shel-o-shaw'}; or shloshah {shel-o-shaw'}; a primitive number; three; occasionally (ordinal) third, or (multipl.) thrice:--+ fork, + often(-times), third, thir(-teen, -teenth), three, + thrice. Compare 'shaliysh' (shaliysh).

(7970) shlowshiym [shel-o-sheem']

or shloshiym {shel-o-sheem'}; multiple of 'shalowsh' (shalowsh); thirty; or (ordinal) thirtieth:--thirty, thirtieth. Compare 'shaliysh' (shaliysh).

(7971) shalach [shaw-lakh']

a primitive root; to send away, for, or out (in a great variety of applications):--X any wise, appoint, bring (on the way), cast (away, out), conduct, X earnestly, forsake, give (up), grow long, lay, leave, let depart (down, go, loose), push away, put (away, forth, in, out), reach forth, send (away, forth, out), set, shoot (forth, out), sow, spread, stretch forth (out).

(7972) shlach [shel-akh']

(Aramaic) corresponding to 'shalach' (shalach):--put, send.

(7973) shelach [sheh'-lakh]

from 'shalach' (shalach); a missile of attack, i.e. spear; also (figuratively) a shoot of growth; i.e. branch:--dart, plant, X put off, sword, weapon.

(7974) Shelach [sheh'-lakh]

the same as 'shelach' (shelach); Shelach, a postdiluvian patriarch:--Salah, Shelah. Compare 'Shiloach' (Shiloach).

(7975) Shiloach [shee-lo'-akh]

or (in imitation of 'Shelach' (Shelach)) Shelach (Neh. 3:15) {sheh'-lakh}; from 'shalach' (shalach); rill; Shiloach, a fountain of Jerusalem:-- Shiloah, Siloah.

(7976) shilluchah [shil-loo-khaw']

feminine of 'shilluwach' (shilluwach); a shoot:--branch.

(7977) Shilchiy [shil-khee']

from 'shelach' (shelach); missive, i.e. armed; Shilchi, an Israelite:--Shilhi.

(7978) Shilchiym [shil-kheem']

plural of 'shelach' (shelach); javelins or sprouts; Shilchim, a place in Palestine:--Shilhim.

(7979) shulchan [shool-khawn']

from 'shalach' (shalach); a table (as spread out); by implication, a meal:--table.

(7980) shalat [shaw-lat']

a primitive root; to dominate, i.e. govern; by implication, to permit:--(bear, have) rule, have dominion, give (have) power.

(7981) shlet [shel-ate']

(Aramaic) corresponding to 'shalat' (shalat):--have the mastery, have power, bear rule, be (make) ruler.

(7982) shelet [sheh'-let]

from 'shalat' (shalat); probably a shield (as controlling, i.e. protecting the person):--shield.