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Old Testament Hebrew Lexical Dictionary Hebrew Lexicon
Strong's #7825 - שְׁחִית
1468) hs (סההה ShHh) AC: Sink CO: Pit AB: ?: The pictograph s is a picture of the teeth representing sharpness, the h is a picture of wall. Combined these mean "sharp walls". A pit dug into the ground for the purpose of trapping someone or something. To go down or sink down as going into the pit.
V) ehs (סהההה ShHhH) - Bow: To pay homage to another one by bowing low or getting on the knees with the face to the ground. KJV (172): (vf: Paal, Hiphil, Hitpael) worship, bow, obeisance, reverence, fall stoop, crouch - Strongs: H7812 (שָׁחָה)
- A2215 Ksh (Darken, Dark, Darkness)
- A2766 Shr (Boil, Pot)
- A2823 Uhs (Strike)
- A2824 Lhs (Lion)
- A2826 Phs (Thin)
- A2828 Qhs (Beat, Powder)
- A2829 Rhs (Dark, Dawn)
- A2830 Ths (Corrupt)
- A2876 Oqs (Sink, Deep)
- A3063 Roqs (Pit)
Jeff Benner, Ancient Hebrew Research Center Used by permission of the author.
שׁחוֺר see שִׁיחוֺר. שְׁחוֺר see I. שׁחר.
שְׁחִית f. a pit, plur. שְׁחִיתוֹת (compare Lehrgeb. p. 527) Psalms 107:20; Lamentations 4:20 from the root שָׁחָה to sink down.