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Old Testament Hebrew Lexical Dictionary
Strong's #1317 - בָּשְׁנָה
1b) shameful thing
V) sab (באסה BASh) - Stink: Something that gives off a bad odor or is loathsome. [Hebrew and Aramaic] KJV (18): (vf: Paal, Niphal, Hiphil, Hitpael) stink, abhor, abomination, loathsome, stinking, savour, displeased - Strongs: H887 (בָּאַשׁ), H888 (בְּאֵשׁ)
V) sbi (יבסה YBSh) - Dry: To be dried up as well as withered, ashamed or confused. KJV (78): (vf: Paal, Hiphil, Piel) dry up, withered, confounded, ashamed, dry, wither away, clean, shamed, shamefully - Strongs: H3001 (יָבֵשׁ)
Jeff Benner, Ancient Hebrew Research Center Used by permission of the author.
בָּשְׁנָה shame (from the root בּוֹשׁ), Hosea 10:6. Nouns ending in the syllable נָה, נָא, added to the root are also found in Chaldee (see אֻשַּׁרְנָא ), and more frequently in Ethiopic; see Ludolfi Gramm. Ethiop. p. 90. It is rendered, very unsuitably, by Michaëlis (Suppl. p. 233), sackcloth, or mourning garment, by comparison with the Arab. ثَسَانَةُ sackcloth of coarse flax, but sackcloth of linen was not used for mourning garments. The common interpretation is sufficiently defended by the parallelism, and no new sense need be sought.
the Week of Proper 8 / Ordinary 13