the Week of Christ the King / Proper 29 / Ordinary 34
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Old Testament Hebrew Lexical Dictionary Hebrew Lexicon
Strong's #7899 - שֵׂךְ
1333) kx (סכ SK) AC: Cover CO: Booth AB: ?: The pictograph x is a picture of a thorn representing protection, the k is a picture of the palm of the hand representing a covering. Combined these mean "protective covering". The watcher over the crops, flock or herd, would construct a covering (booth) as a shelter from the sun, wind or rain. These coverings were often constructed on an elevated position, and from materials readily available such as bushes, thorns and small trees. (eng: shack - with the exchange of the s and sh)
V) kkx (סככ SKK) - Hedge: To surround with a wall of protection or covering. [df: KkV] KJV (23): (vf: Paal, Hiphil, Pilpel, Participle) cover, covering, defense, defend, hedge, join, set, shut - Strongs: H5526 (שָׂכַךְ)
Nf1 ) ekfx (סוכה SWKH) - I. Booth:A dwelling place. II. Harpoon:As a barbed thorn. [df: hkV]III. Branch: Used for building a booth. [df: hkwV] KJV (34): tabernacle, booth, pavilion, cottage, covert, tent, branch - Strongs: H5521 (סֻכָּה), H7754 (שׂוֹכָה), H7905 (שֻׂכָּה)
- A2182 Kxh (Withhold)
- A2323 Ksl (Chamber)
- A2467 Rcx (Shut, Cage)
- A2478 Nkx (Benefit)
- A2479 Rkx (Hire, Wage)
- A2838 Nks (Dwell, Dwelling)
Jeff Benner, Ancient Hebrew Research Center Used by permission of the author.
שֵׂךְ pl. שִׂכִּים m. (from the root שָׂכַךְ No. 1), thorns, Numbers 33:55. (Arabic شَاكُ a thorn.) From the same root is