שֵׁכָר noun [masculine] intoxioating drink, strong drink (BaNB § 71); — always ׳שׁ absolute; usually || וַיִן (except
[Ps 69:13]): [Isa 29:8] usually condemned, [Isa 5:11]; [Isa 5:22]; [Isa 28:7] (3 t. in verse); [Isa 56:12] (׳נִסְבְּאָה שׁ), [Mic 2:11]; [1Sam 1:15]; [Prov 20:1] forbidden to priests on duty [Lev 10:9] (P); not for princes [Prov 31:4] nor Nazirite [Num 6:3]; [Judg 13:4]; [Judg 13:7]; [Judg 13:14], compare ׳חֹמֶץ שׁ [Num 6:3] ׳שׁוֺתֵי שׁ [Ps 69:13] drunkards; but ׳שׁ as common drink [Deut 29:5] (opposed to miraculous), allowable in sacrificial meal [Deut 14:26], commended for weak and weary [Prov 31:4] ׳נֶסֶךְ שׁ [Num 28:7](P; for יַיִן v [Num 28:14]); see further KennedyEncy. Bib. iv. 5309 f. — On form compare LagM ii. 357; BN 51.
The Brown-Driver-Briggs Hebrew and English Lexicon
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