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Old Testament Hebrew Lexical Dictionary Hebrew Lexicon
Strong's #07580 - שָׁאַג
1) (Qal) to roar
1a) of lion, conqueror, Jehovah, cry of distress
1463) cs (סהג ShG) AC: Err CO: ? AB: Error: The pictograph s is a picture of the two front teeth representing the idea of double, the c is a picture of a foot representing the carrying of a burden. Combined these mean "double burden". When a work is found to be in error, the work must be redone. An error that is made out of ignorance or accident.
Jeff Benner, Ancient Hebrew Research Center Used by permission of the author.
Qal Perfect 3 masculine singular ׳וְשׁ Isaiah 5:29 Kt consecutive (> Qr יִשְׁאַג), שָׁאָ֖ג Amos 3:8, etc.; Imperfect 3 masculine singular יִשְׁאַג Amos 3:4 +, etc.; Infinitive absolute שָׁאֹג Jeremiah 25:30; Participle שֹׁאֵג Judges 14:5; Psalm 22:14, שׁוֺאֵג Ezekiel 22:25, שֹׁאֲגִים Zephaniah 3:3; Psalm 104:21; —
1 roar, of lion Judges 14:5 (with לִקְרָאתוֺ), Amos 3:4,8; Psalm 104:21 (with ל of prey), figurative of invaders and foes Jeremiah 2:15 (with עַל person) Psalm 22:14, compare Psalm 74:4, simile Isaiah 5:29; Jeremiah 51:38; figurative of rapacious rulers Zephaniah 3:3; Ezekiel 22:25 (read נְשִׂיאֶיהָ for נְבִיאֶתהָᵐ5 and modern); of ׳י (like lion) calling scattered Israel Hosea 11:10 (twice in verse) (on text of see see Now); of ׳י roaring in thunder Jeremiah 25:30a = Amos 1:2 = Joel 3:16, also Jeremiah 25:30 (שָׁאֹג יִשְׁאַג, followed by עַלנָֿוֵהוּ); compare יִשְׁאַגקֿוֺל Job 37:4 ("" יַרְעֵם).
2 of human cry in distress Psalm 38:9 (with מִן causative).
שָׁאַג fut. יִשְׁאַג to roar, pr. used of a lion, Judges 14:5; Psalms 104:21 of thunder, Job 37:4 compare Amos 1:2 Joel 4:16 of fierce soldiers, Psalms 74:4 also used of men, from whom the violence of grief wrings forth cries, Psalms 38:9. Hence