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Strong's #5632 - סָרַךְ

Transliteration
çârêk
Phonetics
saw-rake'
Root Word (Etymology)
of foreign origin
Parts of Speech
Noun Masculine
TWOT
2893
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Definition   
Brown-Driver-Briggs'

1) chief, overseer

Frequency Lists
Verse Results
KJV (5)
Daniel 5
NAS (5)
Daniel 5
HCS (5)
Daniel 5
BSB (5)
Daniel 5
ESV (5)
Daniel 5
WEB (5)
Daniel 5
Ancient Hebrew Lexicon Definitions

2509) krx (סרכ SRK) AC: Twist CO: Lace AB: ?: The laces of the sandal that are twisted around the foot and ankles. [from: rx]

V) krx (סרכ SRK) - Twist: [df: KrV] KJV (1): (vf: Piel) traverse - Strongs: H8308 (שָׂרַךְ)

Nm ) krx (סרכ SRK) - Overseer: [Unknown connection to root; Aramaic only] KJV (5): president - Strongs: H5632 (סָרַךְ)

cm) kfrx (סרוכ SRWK) - Lace: As twisted around the foot for attaching sandals. [df: KwrV] KJV (2): latchet - Strongs: H8288 (שְׂרוֹךְ)

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Jeff Benner, Ancient Hebrew Research Center Used by permission of the author.
Brown-Driver-Briggs Expanded Definition
 [סָרַךְ] noun masculine chief, overseer (ᵑ7 id. (=Biblical Hebrew שֹׁטֵר); etymology dubious; probably with Bev Dn Dr Dn Andr M 75*, loan-word from Persian s¹r (and * sarak ?), head, chief); — plural absolute סָֽרְכִין Daniel 6:3, emphatic סָֽרְכַיָּא Daniel 6:4; Daniel 6:5; Daniel 6:7, construct סָֽרְבֵי Daniel 6:8.


Brown-Driver-Briggs Hebrew and English Lexicon, Unabridged, Electronic Database.All rights reserved. Used by permission. BibleSoft.com
Gesenius' Hebrew and Chaldee Definition

סָרַךְ or סָרֵךְ only in plur. סָרְכִין Chald. a royal minister of the Persians, Daniel 6:3, seqq. In Targ. סִרְכָא, סַרְכָן plur. סָרְכִין, stands for the Hebr. שׁוֹטֵר governor, overseer, magistrate. I cannot determine anything as to the etymology. It seems, however, the most simple to regard סָרַךְ as compounded of שַׂר سر a prince, and the servile termination, used in Persic, ־ַךְ, as in the word גַּנְזַךְ.


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List of Word Forms
סָֽרְכַיָּ֜א סָרְכִ֣ין סָרְכֵ֣י סָרְכַיָּ֖א סָרְכַיָּ֤א סרכי סרכיא סרכין sā·rə·ḵay·yā sā·rə·ḵê sā·rə·ḵîn sarechaiYa sareChei sareChin sārəḵayyā sārəḵê sārəḵîn
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