Strong's Hebrew Dictionary (KJV)


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(8084) shmoniym [shem-o-neem']

or shmowniym {shem-o-neem'}; mult. from 'shmoneh' (shmoneh); eighty, also eightieth:--eighty(-ieth), fourscore.

(8085) shama` [shaw-mah']

a primitive root; to hear intelligently (often with implication of attention, obedience, etc.; causatively, to tell, etc.):--X attentively, call (gather) together, X carefully, X certainly, consent, consider, be content, declare, X diligently, discern, give ear, (cause to, let, make to) hear(-ken, tell), X indeed, listen, make (a) noise, (be) obedient, obey, perceive, (make a) proclaim(-ation), publish, regard, report, shew (forth), (make a) sound, X surely, tell, understand, whosoever (heareth), witness.

(8086) shma` [shem-ah']

(Aramaic) corresponding to 'shama`' (shama`):--hear, obey.

(8087) Shema` [sheh'-mah]

for the same as 'shema`' (shema`); Shema, the name of a place in Palestine and of four Israelites:--Shema.

(8088) shema` [shay'-mah]

from 'shama`' (shama`); something heard, i.e. a sound, rumor, announcement; abstractly, audience:--bruit, fame, hear(-ing), loud, report, speech, tidings.

(8089) shoma` [sho'-mah]

from 'shama`' (shama`); a report:--fame.

(8090) Shma` [shem-aw']

for 'Shema`' (Shema`); Shema, a place in Palestine:--Shema.

(8091) Shama` [shaw-maw']

from 'shama`' (shama`); obedient; Shama, an Israelite:--Shama.

(8092) Shim`a' [shim-aw']

for 'Shim`ah' (Shim`ah); Shima, the name of four Israelites:--Shimea, Shimei, Shamma.

(8093) Shim`ah [shim-aw']

feminine of 'shema`' (shema`); annunciation; Shimah, an Israelite:--Shimeah.

(8094) Shma`ah [shem-aw-aw']

for 'Shim`ah' (Shim`ah); Shemaah, an Israelite:--Shemaah.

(8095) Shim`own [shim-one']

from 'shama`' (shama`); hearing; Shimon, one of Jacob's sons, also the tribe descended from him:--Simeon.

(8096) Shim`iy [shim-ee']

from 'shema`' (shema`); famous; Shimi, the name of twenty Israelites:--Shimeah (from the margin), Shimei, Shimhi, Shimi.

(8097) Shim`iy [shim-ee']

patronymically from 'Shim`iy' (Shim`iy); a Shimite (collectively) or descendants of Shimi:--of Shimi, Shimites.

(8098) Shma`yah [shem-aw-yaw']

or Shmamyahuw {shem-aw-yaw'-hoo}; from 'shama`' (shama`) and 'Yahh' (Yahh); Jah has heard; Shemajah, the name of twenty-five Israelites:--Shemaiah.

(8099) Shim`oniy [shim-o-nee']

patronymically from 'Shim`own' (Shim`own); a Shimonite (collectively) or descendants of Shimon:--tribe of Simeon, Simeonites.

(8100) Shim`ath [shim-awth']

feminine of 'shema`' (shema`); annunciation; Shimath, an Ammonitess:--Shimath.

(8101) Shim`athiy [shim-aw-thee']

patronymically from 'Shim`ah' (Shim`ah); a Shimathite (collectively) or descendants of Shimah:--Shimeathites.

(8102) shemets [sheh'-mets]

from an unused root meaning to emit a sound; an inkling:--a little.

(8103) shimtsah [shim-tsaw']

feminine of 'shemets' (shemets); scornful whispering (of hostile spectators):--shame.

(8104) shamar [shaw-mar']

a primitive root; properly, to hedge about (as with thorns), i.e. guard; generally, to protect, attend to, etc.:--beward, be circumspect, take heed (to self), keep(-er, self), mark, look narrowly, observe, preserve, regard, reserve, save (self), sure, (that lay) wait (for), watch(-man).

(8105) shemer [sheh'-mer]

from 'shamar' (shamar); something preserved, i.e. the settlings (plural only) of wine:--dregs, (wines on the) lees.

(8106) Shemer [sheh'-mer]

the same as 'shemer' (shemer); Shemer, the name of three Israelites:--Shamer, Shemer.

(8107) shimmur [shim-moor']

from 'shamar' (shamar); an observance:--X be (much) observed.

(8108) shomrah [shom-raw']

feminine of an unused noun from 'shamar' (shamar) meaning a guard; watchfulness:--watch.

(8109) shmurah [shem-oo-raw']

feminine of passive participle of 'shamar' (shamar); something guarded, i.e. an eye-lid:--waking.

(8110) Shimrown [shim-rone']

from 'shemer' (shemer) in its original sense; guardianship; Shimron, the name of an Israelite and of a place in Palestine:--Shimron.

(8111) Shomrown [sho-mer-one']

from the active participle of 'shamar' (shamar); watch-station; Shomeron, a place in Palestine:--Samaria.

(8112) Shimrown Mro'wn [shim-rone' mer-one']

from 'Shimrown' (Shimrown) and a derivative of 'mara'' (mara'); guard of lashing; Shimron-Meron, a place in Palestine:--Shimon-meron.

(8113) Shimriy [shim-ree']

from 'shemer' (shemer) in its original sense; watchful; Shimri, the name of four Israelites:--Shimri.

(8114) Shmaryah [shem-ar-yaw']

or Shmaryahuw {shem-ar-yaw'-hoo}; from 'shamar' (shamar) and 'Yahh' (Yahh); Jah has guarded; Shemarjah, the name of four Israelites:--Shamariah, Shemariah.

(8115) Shomrayin [shom-rah'-yin]

(Aramaic) corresponding to 'Shomrown' (Shomrown); Shomrain, a place in Palestine:--Samaria.

(8116) Shimriyth [shim-reeth']

feminine of 'Shimriy' (Shimriy); female guard; Shimrith, a Moabitess:--Shimrith.

(8117) Shimroniy [shim-ro-nee']

patronymically from 'Shimrown' (Shimrown); a Shimronite (collectively) or descendants of Shimron:--Shimronites.

(8118) Shomroniy [sho-mer-o-nee']

patrial from 'Shomrown' (Shomrown); a Shomeronite (collectively) or inhabitants of Shomeron:--Samaritans.

(8119) Shimrath [shim-rawth']

from 'shamar' (shamar); guardship; Shimrath, an Israelite:--Shimrath.

(8120) shmash [shem-ash']

(Aramaic) corresponding to the root of 'shemesh' (shemesh) through the idea of activity implied in day-light; to serve:--minister.

(8121) shemesh [sheh'-mesh]

from an unused root meaning to be brilliant; the sun; by implication, the east; figuratively, a ray, i.e. (arch.) a notched battlement:--+ east side(-ward), sun ((rising)), + west(-ward), window. See also 'Beyth Shemesh' (Beyth Shemesh).

(8122) shemesh [sheh'-mesh]

(Aramaic) corresponding to 'shemesh' (shemesh); the sun:--sun.

(8123) Shimshown [shim-shone']

from 'shemesh' (shemesh); sunlight; Shimshon, an Israelite:--Samson.

(8124) Shimshay [shim-shah'-ee]

(Aramaic) from 'shemesh' (shemesh); sunny; Shimshai, a Samaritan:--Shimshai.

(8125) Shamshray [sham-sher-ah'-ee]

apparently from 'shemesh' (shemesh); sunlike; Shamsherai, an Israelite:--Shamsherai.

(8126) Shumathiy [shoo-maw-thee']

patronymically from an unused name from 'shuwm' (shuwm) probably meaning garlic-smell; a Shumathite (collectively) or descendants of Shumah:--Shumathites.

(8127) shen [shane]

from 'shanan' (shanan); a tooth (as sharp); specifically (for 'shenhabbiym' (shenhabbiym)) ivory; figuratively, a cliff:--crag, X forefront, ivory, X sharp, tooth.

(8128) shen [shane]

(Aramaic) corresponding to 'shen' (shen); a tooth:--tooth.

(8129) Shen [shane]

the same as 'shen' (shen); crag; Shen, a place in Palestine:--Shen.

(8130) sane' [saw-nay']

a primitive root; to hate (personally):--enemy, foe, (be) hate(-ful, -r), odious, X utterly.

(8131) sne' [sen-ay']

(Aramaic) corresponding to 'sane'' (sane'):--hate.

(8132) shana [shaw-naw']

a primitive root; to alter:--change.

(8133) shna' [shen-aw']

(Aramaic) corresponding to 'shana' (shana):--alter, change, (be) diverse.

(8134) Shin'ab [shin-awb']

probably from 'shana' (shana) and ''ab' ('ab); a father has turned; Shinab, a Canaanite:--Shinab.

(8135) sin'ah [sin-aw']

from 'sane'' (sane'); hate:--+ exceedingly, hate(-ful, - red).

(8136) shin'an [shin-awn']

from 'shana' (shana); change, i.e. repetition:--X angels.

(8137) Shenatstsar [shen-ats-tsar']

apparently of Babylonian origin; Shenatstsar, an Israelite:--Senazar.

(8138) shanah [shaw-naw']

a primitive root; to fold, i.e. duplicate (literally or figuratively); by implication, to transmute (transitive or intransitive):--do (speak, strike) again, alter, double, (be given to) change, disguise, (be) diverse, pervert, prefer, repeat, return, do the second time.

(8139) shnah [shen-aw']

(Aramaic) corresponding to 'shehah' (shehah):--sleep.

(8140) shnah [shen-aw']

(Aramaic) corresponding to 'shaneh' (shaneh):--year.

(8141) shaneh [shaw-neh']

(in plura or (feminine) shanah {shaw-naw'}; from 'shanah' (shanah); a year (as a revolution of time):--+ whole age, X long, + old, year(X -ly).

(8142) shehah [shay-naw']

or shena (Psa. 127:2) {shay-naw'}; from 'yashen' (yashen); sleep:--sleep.

(8143) shenhabbiym [shen-hab-beem']

from 'shen' (shen) and the plural apparently of a foreign word; probably, tooth of elephants, i.e. ivory tusk:--ivory.

(8144) shaniy [shaw-nee']

of uncertain derivation; crimson, properly, the insect or its color, also stuff dyed with it:--crimson, scarlet (thread).

(8145) sheniy [shay-nee']

from 'shanah' (shanah); properly, double, i.e. second; also adverbially, again:--again, either (of them), (an-)other, second (time).

(8146) saniy' [saw-nee']

from 'sane'' (sane'); hated:--hated.

(8147) shnayim [shen-ah'-yim]

dual of 'sheniy' (sheniy); feminine shttayim {shet-tah'-yim}; two; also (as ordinal) twofold:--both, couple, double, second, twain, + twelfth, + twelve, + twenty (sixscore) thousand, twice, two.

(8148) shniynah [shen-ee-naw']

from 'shanan' (shanan); something pointed, i.e. a gibe:--byword, taunt.

(8149) Shniyr [shen-eer']

or Sniyr {sen-eer'}; from an unused root meaning to be pointed; peak; Shenir or Senir, a summit of Lebanon:--Senir, Shenir.

(8150) shanan [shaw-nan']

a primitive root; to point (transitive or intransitive); intensively, to pierce; figuratively, to inculcate:--prick, sharp(-en), teach diligently, whet.

(8151) shanac [shaw-nas']

a primitive root; to compress (with a belt):--gird up.

(8152) Shin`ar [shin-awr']

probably of foreign derivation; Shinar, a plain in Babylonia:--Shinar.

(8153) shnath [shen-awth']

from 'yashen' (yashen); sleep:--sleep.

(8154) shacah [shaw-saw']

or shasah (Isa. 10:13) {shaw-saw'}; a primitive root; to plunder:--destroyer, rob, spoil(-er).

(8155) shacac [shaw-sas']

a primitive root; to plunder:--rifle, spoil.

(8156) shaca` [shaw-sah']

a primitive root; to split or tear; figuratively, to upbraid:--cleave, (be) cloven ((footed)), rend, stay.

(8157) sheca` [sheh'-sah]

from 'shaca`' (shaca`); a fissure:--cleft, clovenfooted.

(8158) shacaph [shaw-saf']

a primitive root; to cut in pieces, i.e. slaughter:--hew in pieces.

(8159) sha`ah [shaw-aw']

a primitive root; to gaze at or about (properly, for help); by implication, to inspect, consider, compassionate, be nonplussed (as looking around in amazement) or bewildered:--depart, be dim, be dismayed, look (away), regard, have respect, spare, turn.

(8160) sha`ah [shaw-aw']

(Aramaic) from a root corresponding to 'sha`ah' (sha`ah); properly, a look, i.e. a moment:--hour.

(8161) sha`atah [shah'-at-aw]

feminine from an unused root meaning to stamp; a clatter (of hoofs):--stamping.

(8162) sha`atnez [shah-at-naze']

probably of foreign derivation; linsey- woolsey, i.e. cloth of linen and wool carded and spun together:--garment of divers sorts, linen and wollen.

(8163) sa`iyr [saw-eer']

or sabir {saw-eer'}; from 'sa`ar' (sa`ar); shaggy; as noun, a he-goat; by analogy, a faun:--devil, goat, hairy, kid, rough, satyr.

(8164) sa`iyr [saw-eer']

formed the same as 'sa`iyr' (sa`iyr); a shower (as tempestuous):--small rain.

(8165) Se`iyr [say-eer']

formed like 'sa`iyr' (sa`iyr); rough; Seir, a mountain of Idumaea and its aboriginal occupants, also one in Palestine:--Seir.

(8166) s`iyrah [seh-ee-raw']

feminine of 'sa`iyr' (sa`iyr); a she-goat:--kid.

(8167) S`iyrah [seh-ee-raw']

formed as 's`iyrah' (s`iyrah); roughness; Seirah, a place in Palestine:--Seirath.

(8168) sho`al [sho'-al]

from an unused root meaning to hollow out; the palm; by extension, a handful:--handful, hollow of the hand.

(8169) Sha`albiym [shah-al-beem']

or Sha.alabbiyn {shah-al-ab-been'}; plural from 'shuw`al' (shuw`al); fox-holes; Shaalbim or Shaalabbin, a place in Palestine:--Shaalabbin, Shaalbim.

(8170) Sha`alboniy [shah-al-bo-nee']

patrial from 'Sha`albiym' (Sha`albiym); a Shaalbonite or inhabitant of Shaalbin:--Shaalbonite.

(8171) Sha`aliym [shah-al-eem']

plural of 'shuw`al' (shuw`al); foxes; Shaalim, a place in Palestine:--Shalim.

(8172) sha`an [shaw-an']

a primitive root; to support one's self:--lean, lie, rely, rest (on, self), stay.

(8173) sha`a` [shaw-ah']

a primitive root; (in a good acceptation) to look upon (with complacency), i.e. fondle, please or amuse (self); (in a bad one) to look about (in dismay), i.e. stare:--cry (out) (by confusion with 'shava`' (shava`)), dandle, delight (self), play, shut.

(8174) Sha`aph [shah'-af]

from 'ca`aph' (ca`aph); fluctuation; Shaaph, the name of two Israelites:--Shaaph.

(8175) sa`ar [saw-ar']

a primitive root; to storm; by implication, to shiver, i.e. fear:--be (horribly) afraid, fear, hurl as a storm, be tempestuous, come like (take away as with) a whirlwind.

(8176) sha`ar [shaw-ar']

a primitive root; to split or open, i.e. (literally, but only as denominative from 'sha`ar' (sha`ar)) to act as gate-keeper (see 'show`er' (show`er)): (figuratively) to estimate:--think.

(8177) s`ar [seh-ar']

(Aramaic) corresponding to 'se`ar' (se`ar); hair:--hair.

(8178) sa`ar [sah'-ar]

from 'sa`ar' (sa`ar); a tempest; also a terror:--affrighted, X horribly, X sore, storm. See 'se`ar' (se`ar).

(8179) sha`ar [shah'-ar]

from 'sha`ar' (sha`ar) in its original sense; an opening, i.e. door or gate:--city, door, gate, port (X -er).

(8180) sha`ar [shah'-ar]

from 'sha`ar' (sha`ar); a measure (as a section):--(hundred-)fold.

(8181) se`ar [say-awr']

or (Isaiah 7:20) {sah'-ar}; from 'sa`ar' (sa`ar) in the sense of dishevelling; hair (as if tossed or bristling):--hair(-y), X rough.

(8182) sho`ar [sho-awr']

from 'sha`ar' (sha`ar); harsh or horrid, i.e. offensive:--vile.

(8183) s`arah [seh-aw-raw']

feminine of 'sa`ar' (sa`ar); a hurricane:--storm, tempest.

(8184) s`orah [seh-o-raw']

or snowrah {seh-o-raw'} (feminine meaning the plant); and (masculine meaning the grain); also s or {seh-ore'}; or s-owr {seh-ore'}; from 'sa`ar' (sa`ar) in the sense of roughness; barley (as villose):--barley.