H7617 שׁבה - Strong's Hebrew Lexicon Number


שׁבה
shâbâh
shaw-baw'
A primitive root; to transport into captivity

KJV Usage: (bring away, carry, carry away, lead, lead away, take) captive (-s), drive (take) away.


Brown-Driver-Briggs' Hebrew Definitions

BDB8395

שׁבה

1. to take captive
a. (Qal)
1. to take captive
2. captive (participle)
3. to lead captive
b. (Niphal) to be taken captive
Origin: a primitive root
TWOT: 2311
Parts of Speech: Verb

TBESH:
שָׁבָה
sha.vah
H:V
to take captive
1) to take captive
1a) (Qal)
1a1) to take captive
1a2) captive (participle)
1a3) to lead captive
1b) (Niphal) to be taken captive

View how H7617 שׁבה is used in the Bible

First 30 of 47 occurrences of H7617 שׁבה

Genesis 14:14 was taken captive,
Genesis 31:26 as captives
Genesis 34:29 they took captive,
Exodus 22:10 or driven away,
Numbers 21:1 and took
Numbers 24:22 shall carry thee away captive.
Numbers 31:9 captives,
Deuteronomy 21:10 and thou hast taken
Judges 5:12 captive,
1 Samuel 30:2 captives,
1 Samuel 30:3 were taken captives.
1 Samuel 30:5 were taken captives,
1 Kings 8:46 so that they carry them away
1 Kings 8:46 captives
1 Kings 8:47 where they were carried captives,
1 Kings 8:47 of them that carried them captives,
1 Kings 8:48 who led them away captive,
1 Kings 8:50 them who carried them captive,
2 Kings 5:2 and had brought away captive
2 Kings 6:22 those whom thou hast taken captive
1 Chronicles 5:21 And they took away
2 Chronicles 6:36 and they carry them away
2 Chronicles 6:36 captives
2 Chronicles 6:37 where they are carried captive,
2 Chronicles 6:38 where they have carried them captives,
2 Chronicles 14:15 and carried away
2 Chronicles 21:17 into it, and carried away
2 Chronicles 25:12 carried away captive,
2 Chronicles 28:5 him, and carried away
2 Chronicles 28:8 carried away captive

Distinct usage

3 carried away captive
2 captives,
2 captives
2 and carried away
1 was taken captive,
1 as captives
1 they took captive,
1 or driven away,
1 and took
1 shall carry thee away captive.
1 and thou hast taken
1 captive,
1 were taken captives.
1 were taken captives,
1 so that they carry them away
1 where they were carried captives,
1 of them that carried them captives,
1 those whom thou hast taken captive
1 And they took away
1 and they carry them away
1 where they are carried captive,
1 into it, and carried away
1 carried away captive,
1 him, and carried away
1 again, which ye have taken captive
1 captive:
1 For there they that carried us away captive
1 carried them away captive,
1 had carried away captive
1 them, and carry them away captives:
1 and all that took them captives
1 where they shall be carried captives,
1 who led them away captive,
1 where they have carried them captives,
1 is carried away captive.
1 to the captives,
1 and they shall take them captives,
1 whose captives
1 them that lead them captive,
1 captors.
1 and had brought away captive
1 them who carried them captive,

Corresponding Greek Words

shavah G498 anti tasso
shavah qal.,ni. G162 aichmaloteuo
shavah qal.,ni. G164 aichmalotos
shavah qal.,ni. G3329 met ago


Related words

H7617 שׁבה

H7618 שׁבוּ she bû
שׁבוּ
she bû
sheb-oo'
From an unused root (probably identical with that of H7617 through the idea of subdivision into flashes or streamers (compare H7632)) meaning to flame; a gem (from its sparkle), probably the agate

KJV Usage: agate.


H7619 שׁוּבאל שׁבוּאל she bû'êl shûbâ'êl
שׁוּבאל שׁבוּאל
she bû'êl shûbâ'êl
sheb-oo-ale', shoo-baw-ale'
From H7617 (abbreviated) or H7725 and H410; captive (or returned) of God; Shebuel or Shubael, the name of two Israelites

KJV Usage: Shebuel, Shubael.


H7622 שׁבית שׁבוּת she bûth she bı̂yth
שׁבית שׁבוּת
she bûth she bı̂yth
sheb-ooth', sheb-eeth'
From H7617; exile; concretely prisoners; figuratively a former state of prosperity

KJV Usage: captive (-ity).


H7629 שׁבי shôbı̂y
שׁבי
shôbı̂y
sho-bee'
From H7617; captor; Shobi, an Ammonite

KJV Usage: Shobi.