Strong's Hebrew Dictionary (KJV)


(8185) — (8285)

(8185) sa`arah [sah-ar-aw']

feminine of 'se`ar' (se`ar); hairiness:--hair.

(8186) sha`aruwrah [shah-ar-oo-raw']

or shanariyriyah {shah-ar-ee-ree-yaw'}; or shaparurith {shah-ar-oo-reeth'}; feminine from 'sha`ar' (sha`ar) in the sense of 'sa`ar' (sa`ar); something fearful:--horrible thing.

(8187) Sh`aryah [sheh-ar-yaw']

from 'sha`ar' (sha`ar) and 'Yahh' (Yahh); Jah has stormed; Shearjah, an Israelite:--Sheariah.

(8188) S`oriym [seh-o-reem']

masculine plural of 's`orah' (s`orah); barley grains; Seorim, an Israelite:--Seorim.

(8189) Sha`arayim [shah-ar-ah'-yim]

dual of 'sha`ar' (sha`ar); double gates; Shaarajim, a place in Palestine:--Shaaraim.

(8190) Sha`ashgaz [shah-ash-gaz']

of Persian derivation; Shaashgaz, a eunuch of Xerxes:--Shaashgaz.

(8191) sha`shua` [shah-shoo'-ah]

from 'sha`a`' (sha`a`); enjoyment:--delight, pleasure.

(8192) shaphah [shaw-faw']

a primitive root; to abrade, i.e. bare:--high, stick out.

(8193) saphah [saw-faw']

or (in dual and plural) sepheth {sef-eth'}; probably from 'caphah' (caphah) or 'shaphah' (shaphah) through the idea of termination (compare 'cowph' (cowph)); the lip (as a natural boundary); by implication, language; by analogy, a margin (of a vessel, water, cloth, etc.):--band, bank, binding, border, brim, brink, edge, language, lip, prating, ((sea-))shore, side, speech, talk, (vain) words.

(8194) shaphah [shaw-faw']

from 'shaphah' (shaphah) in the sense of clarifying; a cheese (as strained from the whey):--cheese.

(8195) Shphow [shef-o']

or Shphiy {shef-ee'}; from 'shaphah' (shaphah); baldness (compare 'shphiy' (shphiy)); Shepho or Shephi, an Idumaean:--Shephi, Shepho.

(8196) shphowt [shef-ote']

or shphuwt {shef-oot'}; from 'shaphat' (shaphat); a judicial sentence, i.e. punishment:--judgment.

(8197) Shphuwpham [shef-oo-fawm']

or Shphuwphan {shef-oo-fawn'}; from the same as 'shphiyphon' (shphiyphon); serpent-like; Shephupham or Shephuphan, an Israelite:-- Shephuphan, Shupham.

(8198) shiphchah [shif-khaw']

feminine from an unused root meaning to spread out (as a family; see 'mishpachah' (mishpachah)); a female slave (as a member of the household):--(bond-, hand-)maid(-en, -servant), wench, bondwoman, womanservant.

(8199) shaphat [shaw-fat']

a primitive root; to judge, i.e. pronounce sentence (for or against); by implication, to vindicate or punish; by extenssion, to govern; passively, to litigate (literally or figuratively):--+ avenge, X that condemn, contend, defend, execute (judgment), (be a) judge(-ment), X needs, plead, reason, rule.

(8200) shphat [shef-at']

(Aramaic) corresponding to 'shaphat' (shaphat); to judge:--magistrate.

(8201) shephet [sheh'-fet]

from 'shaphat' (shaphat); a sentence, i.e. infliction:--judgment.

(8202) Shaphat [shaw-fawt']

from 'shaphat' (shaphat); judge; Shaphat, the name of four Israelites:--Shaphat.

(8203) Shphatyah [shef-at-yaw']

or Shphatyahuw {shef-at-yaw'-hoo}; from 'shaphat' (shaphat) and 'Yahh' (Yahh); Jah has judged; Shephatjah, the name of ten Israelites:-- Shephatiah.

(8204) Shiphtan [shif-tawn']

from 'shaphat' (shaphat); judge-like; Shiphtan, an Israelite:--Shiphtan.

(8205) shphiy [shef-ee']

from 'shaphah' (shaphah); bareness; concretely, a bare hill or plain:--high place, stick out.

(8206) Shuppiym [shoop-peem']

plural of an unused noun from the same as 'shphiyphon' (shphiyphon) and meaning the same; serpents; Shuppim, an Israelite:--Shuppim.

(8207) shphiyphon [shef-ee-fone']

from an unused root meaning the same as 'shuwph' (shuwph); a kind of serpent (as snapping), probably the cerastes or horned adder:--adder.

(8208) Shaphiyr [shaf-eer']

from 'shaphar' (shaphar); beautiful; Shaphir, a place in Palestine:--Saphir.

(8209) sappiyr [shap-peer']

(Aramaic) intensive of a form corresponding to 'Shaphiyr' (Shaphiyr); beautiful:--fair.

(8210) shaphak [shaw-fak']

a primitive root; to spill forth (blood, a libation, liquid metal; or even a solid, i.e. to mound up); also (figuratively) to expend (life, soul, complaint, money, etc.); intensively, to sprawl out:--cast (up), gush out, pour (out), shed(-der, out), slip.

(8211) shephek [sheh'-fek]

from 'shaphak' (shaphak); an emptying place, e.g. an ash-heap:--are poured out.

(8212) shophkah [shof-kaw']

feminine of a derivative from 'shaphak' (shaphak); a pipe (for pouring forth, e.g. wine), i.e. the penis:--privy member.

(8213) shaphel [shaw-fale']

a primitive root; to depress or sink (expec. figuratively, to humiliate, intransitive or transitive):--abase, bring (cast, put) down, debase, humble (self), be (bring, lay, make, put) low(-er).

(8214) shphal [shef-al']

(Aramaic) corresponding to 'shaphel' (shaphel):--abase, humble, put down, subdue.

(8215) shphal [shef-al']

(Aramaic) from 'shphal' (shphal); low:--basest.

(8216) shephel [shay'-fel]

from 'shaphel' (shaphel); an humble rank:--low estate (place).

(8217) shaphal [shaw-fawl']

from 'shaphel' (shaphel); depressed, literally or figuratively:--base(-st), humble, low(-er, -ly).

(8218) shiphlah [shif-law']

feminine of 'shephel' (shephel); depression:--low place.

(8219) shphelah [shef-ay-law']

from 'shaphel' (shaphel); Lowland, i.e. (with the article) the maritime slope of Palestine:--low country, (low) plain, vale(-ley).

(8220) shiphluwth [shif-looth']

from 'shaphel' (shaphel); remissness:--idleness.

(8221) Shpham [shef-awm']

probably from 'shaphah' (shaphah); bare spot; Shepham, a place in or near Palestine:--Shepham.

(8222) sapham [saw-fawm']

from 'saphah' (saphah); the beard (as a lip-piece):--beard, (upper) lip.

(8223) Shapham [shaw-fawm']

formed like 'Shpham' (Shpham); baldly; Shapham, an Israelite:--Shapham.

(8224) Siphmowth [sif-moth']

feminine plural of 'Shpham' (Shpham); Siphmoth, a place in Palestine:--Siphmoth.

(8225) Shiphmiy [shif-mee']

patrial from 'Shpham' (Shpham); a Shiphmite or inhabitant of Shepham:--Shiphmite.

(8226) saphan [saw-fan']

a primitive root; to conceal (as a valuable):--treasure.

(8227) shaphan [shaw-fawn']

from 'saphan' (saphan); a species of rock-rabbit (from its hiding), i.e. probably the hyrax:--coney.

(8228) shepha` [sheh'-fah]

from an unused root meaning to abound; resources:--abundance.

(8229) shiph`ah [shif-aw']

feminine of 'shepha`' (shepha`); copiousness:--abundance, company, multitude.

(8230) Shiph`iy [shif-ee']

from 'shepha`' (shepha`); copious; Shiphi, an Israelite:--Shiphi.

(8231) shaphar [shaw-far']

a primitive root; to glisten, i.e. (figuratively) be (causatively, make) fair:--X goodly.

(8232) shphar [shef-ar']

(Aramaic) corresponding to 'shaphar' (shaphar); to be beautiful:--be acceptable, please, + think good.

(8233) shepher [sheh'-fer]

from 'shaphar' (shaphar); beauty:--X goodly.

(8234) Shepher [sheh'-fer]

the same as 'shepher' (shepher); Shepher, a place in the Desert:--Shapper.

(8235) shiphrah [shif-raw']

from 'shaphar' (shaphar); brightness:--garnish.

(8236) Shiphrah [shif-raw']

the same as 'shiphrah' (shiphrah); Shiphrah, an Israelitess:--Shiphrah.

(8237) shaphruwr [shaf-roor']

from 'shaphar' (shaphar); splendid, i.e. a tapestry or canopy:--royal pavilion.

(8238) shpharphar [shef-ar-far']

(Aramaic) from 'shaphar' (shaphar); the dawn (as brilliant with aurora):--X very early in the morning.

(8239) shaphath [shaw-fath']

a primitive root; to locate, i.e. (generally) hang on or (figuratively) establish, reduce:--bring, ordain, set on.

(8240) shaphath [shaw-fawth']

from 'shaphath' (shaphath); a (double) stall (for cattle); also a (two-pronged) hook (for flaying animals on):--hook, pot.

(8241) shetseph [sheh'-tsef]

from 'shataph' (shataph) (for alliteration with 'qetseph' (qetseph)); an outburst (of anger):--little.

(8242) saq [sak]

from 'shaqaq' (shaqaq); properly, a mesh (as allowing a liquid to run through), i.e. coarse loose cloth or sacking (used in mourning and for bagging); hence, a bag (for grain, etc.):--sack(-cloth, -clothes).

(8243) shaq [shawk]

(Aramaic) corresponding to 'showq' (showq); the leg:--leg.

(8244) saqad [saw-kad']

a primitive root; to fasten:--bind.

(8245) shaqad [shaw-kad']

a primitive root; to be alert, i.e. sleepless; hence to be on the lookout (whether for good or ill):--hasten, remain, wake, watch (for).

(8246) shaqad [shaw-kad']

a denominative from 'shaqed' (shaqed); to be (intensively, make) almond-shaped:--make like (unto, after the fashion of) almonds.

(8247) shaqed [shaw-kade']

from 'shaqad' (shaqad); the almond (tree or nut; as being the earliest in bloom):--almond (tree).

(8248) shaqah [shaw-kaw']

a primitive root; to quaff, i.e. (causatively) to irrigate or furnish a potion to:--cause to (give, give to, let, make to) drink, drown, moisten, water. See 'shakar' (shakar), 'shathah' (shathah).

(8249) shiqquv [shif-koov']

from 'shaqah' (shaqah); (plural collective) a draught:--drink.

(8250) shiqquwy [shik-koo'-ee]

from 'shaqah' (shaqah); a beverage; moisture, i.e. (figuratively) refreshment:--drink, marrow.

(8251) shiqquwts [shik-koots']

or shiqquts {shik-koots'}; from 'shaqats' (shaqats); disgusting, i.e. filthy; especially idolatrous or (concretely) an idol:-- abominable filth (idol, -ation), detestable (thing).

(8252) shaqat [shaw-kat']

a primitive root; to repose (usually figurative):--appease, idleness, (at, be at, be in, give) quiet(-ness), (be at, be in, give, have, take) rest, settle, be still.

(8253) sheqet [sheh'-ket]

from 'shaqat' (shaqat); tranquillity:--quietness.

(8254) shaqal [shaw-kal']

a primitive root; to suspend or poise (especially in trade):--pay, receive(-r), spend, X throughly, weigh.

(8255) sheqel [sheh'-kel]

from 'shaqal' (shaqal); probably a weight; used as a commercial standard:--shekel.

(8256) shaqam [shaw-kawm']

or (feminine) shiqmah {shik-maw'}; of uncertain derivation; a sycamore (usually the tree):--sycamore (fruit, tree).

(8257) shaqa` [shaw-kah']

(abbreviated Am. 8:8); a primitive root; to subside; by implication, to be overflowed, cease; causatively, to abate, subdue:--make deep, let down, drown, quench, sink.

(8258) shqa`ruwrah [shek-ah-roo-raw']

from 'shaqa`' (shaqa`); a depression:--hollow strake.

(8259) shaqaph [shaw-kaf']

a primitive root; properly, to lean out (of a window), i.e. (by implication) peep or gaze (passively, be a spectacle):-- appear, look (down, forth, out).

(8260) sheqeph [sheh'-kef]

from 'shaqaph' (shaqaph); a loophole (for looking out), to admit light and air:--window.

(8261) shaquph [shaw-koof']

passive participle of 'shaqaph' (shaqaph); an embrasure or opening (compare 'sheqeph' (sheqeph)) with bevelled jam:--light, window.

(8262) shaqats [shaw-kats']

a primitive root; to be filthy, i.e. (intensively) to loathe, pollute:--abhor, make abominable, have in abomination, detest, X utterly.

(8263) sheqets [sheh'-kets]

from 'shaqats' (shaqats); filth, i.e. (figuratively and specifically) an idolatrous object:--abominable(-tion).

(8264) shaqaq [shaw-kak']

a primitive root; to course (like a beast of prey); by implication, to seek greedily:--have appetite, justle one against another, long, range, run (to and fro).

(8265) saqar [saw-kar']

a primitive root; to ogle, i.e. blink coquettishly:--wanton.

(8266) shaqar [shaw-kar']

a primitive root; to cheat, i.e. be untrue (usually in words):--fail, deal falsely, lie.

(8267) sheqer [sheh'-ker]

from 'shaqar' (shaqar); an untruth; by implication, a sham (often adverbial):--without a cause, deceit(-ful), false(-hood, -ly), feignedly, liar, + lie, lying, vain (thing), wrongfully.

(8268) shoqeth [sho'-keth]

from 'shaqah' (shaqah); a trough (for watering):--trough.

(8269) sar [sar]

from 'sarar' (sarar); a head person (of any rank or class):--captain (that had rule), chief (captain), general, governor, keeper, lord, ((-task- ))master, prince(-ipal), ruler, steward.

(8270) shor [shore]

from 'sharar' (sharar); a string (as twisted (compare 'shariyr' (shariyr))), i.e. (specifically) the umbilical cord (also figuratively, as the centre of strength):--navel.

(8271) shre' [sher-ay']

(Aramaic) a root corresponding to that of 'sheruwth' (sheruwth); to free, separate; figuratively, to unravel, commence; by implication (of unloading beasts) to reside:--begin, dissolve, dwell, loose.

(8272) Shar'etser [shar-eh'-tser]

of foreign derivation; Sharetser, the name of an Assyrian and an Israelite:--Sharezer.

(8273) sharab [shaw-rawb']

from an unused root meaning to glare; quivering glow (of the air), expec. the mirage:--heat, parched ground.

(8274) Sherebyah [shay-rayb-yaw']

from 'sharab' (sharab) and 'Yahh' (Yahh); Jah has brought heat; Sherebjah, the name of two Israelites:--Sherebiah.

(8275) sharbiyt [shar-beet']

for 'shebet' (shebet); a rod of empire:--sceptre.

(8276) sarag [saw-rag']

a primitive root; to intwine:--wrap together, wreath.

(8277) sarad [saw-rad']

a primitive root; properly, to puncture (compare 'sered' (sered)), i.e. (figuratively through the idea of slipping out) to escape or survive:--remain.

(8278) srad [ser-awd']

from 'sarad' (sarad); stitching (as pierced with a needle):--service.

(8279) sered [seh'-red]

from 'sarad' (sarad); a (carpenter's) scribing-awl (for pricking or scratching measurements):--line.

(8280) sarah [saw-raw']

a primitive root; to prevail:--have power (as a prince).

(8281) sharah [shaw-raw']

a primitive root; to free:--direct.

(8282) sarah [saw-raw']

feminine of 'sar' (sar); a mistress, i.e. female noble:--lady, princess, queen.

(8283) Sarah [saw-raw']

the same as 'sarah' (sarah); Sarah, Abraham's wife:--Sarah.

(8284) sharah [shaw-raw']

probably feminine of 'shuwr' (shuwr); a fortification (literally or figuratively):--sing (by mistake for 'shiyr' (shiyr)), wall.

(8285) sherah [shay-raw']

from 'sharar' (sharar) in its original sense of pressing; a wrist-band (as compact or clasping):--bracelet.