H5561 סם - Strong's Hebrew Lexicon Number


סם
sam
sam
From an unused root meaning to smell sweet; an aroma

KJV Usage: sweet (spice).


Brown-Driver-Briggs' Hebrew Definitions

BDB5636

סם

1. spice
a. a spice used in incense
Origin: from an unused root meaning to smell sweet
TWOT: 1516a
Parts of Speech: Noun Masculine

TBESH:
סַם
sam
H:N-M
spice
1) spice
1a) a spice used in incense

View how H5561 סם is used in the Bible

17 occurrences of H5561 סם

Exodus 25:6 and for sweet
Exodus 30:7 on it sweet
Exodus 30:34 to thee sweet spices,
Exodus 30:34 these sweet
Exodus 30:34 spices
Exodus 31:11 and sweet
Exodus 35:8 and for the sweet
Exodus 35:15 and the sweet
Exodus 35:28 and for the sweet
Exodus 37:29 of sweet spices,
Exodus 39:38 and the sweet
Exodus 40:27 sweet
Leviticus 4:7 of sweet
Leviticus 16:12 of sweet
Numbers 4:16 and the sweet
2 Chronicles 2:4 him sweet
2 Chronicles 13:11 and sweet

Distinct usage

3 and the sweet
2 and sweet
2 and for the sweet
2 of sweet
1 and for sweet
1 on it sweet
1 of sweet spices,
1 sweet
1 him sweet
1 to thee sweet spices,
1 these sweet
1 spices

Corresponding Greek Words

sam G2368 thumiama *


Related words

H5561

H1313 בּשׂם bâśâm
בּשׂם
bâśâm
baw-sawm'
From an unused root meaning to be fragrant; (compare H5561) the balsam plant

KJV Usage: spice.