1. to be satisfied, be sated, be fulfilled, be surfeited a. (Qal) 1. to be sated (with food) 2. to be sated, be satisfied with, be fulfilled, be filled, have one's fill of (have desire satisfied) 3. to have in excess, be surfeited, be surfeited with 1a b. to be weary of (fig) c. (Piel) to satisfy d. (Hiphil) 1. to satisfy 2. to enrich 3. to sate, glut (with the undesired)
Origin: a primitive root
Parts of Speech: Verb TBESH:
1) to be satisfied, be sated, be fulfilled, be surfeited 1a) (Qal) 1a1) to be sated (with food) 1a2) to be sated, be satisfied with, be fulfilled, be filled, have one's fill of (have desire satisfied) 1a3) to have in excess, be surfeited, be surfeited with 1a3a) to be weary of (fig) 1b) (Piel) to satisfy 1c) (Hiphil) 1c1) to satisfy 1c2) to enrich 1c3) to sate, glut (with the undesired)
sava G4129 plethuno sava qal,pi,hi G1705 em piplemi sava qal.,hi. G5526 chortazo sava qal.,ni. see G4130 st. pimplemi sova G4137 pleroo
H7647 שׂבע śâbâ‛שׂבע
From H7646; copiousness
KJV Usage: abundance, plenteous (-ness, -ly).
H7648 שׂבע śôba‛שׂבע
From H7646; satisfaction (of food or (figuratively) joy)
KJV Usage: fill, full (-ness), satisfying, be satisfied.
H7649 שׂבע śâbêa‛שׂבע
From H7646; satiated (in a pleasant or disagreeable sense)
KJV Usage: full (of), satisfied (with).
H7650 שׁבע shâba‛שׁבע
A primitive root; properly to becomplete, but used only as a denominative from H7651; to seven oneself, that is, swear (as if by repeating a declaration seven times)
KJV Usage: adjure, charge (by an oath, with an oath), feed to the full [by mistake for H7646], take an oath, X straitly, (cause to, make to) swear.