H7699 שׁד שׁד - Strong's Hebrew Lexicon Number

שׁד שׁד
shad shôd
shad, shode
Probably from H7736 (in its original sense) contracted; the breast of a woman or animal (as bulging)

KJV Usage: breast, pap, teat.

Brown-Driver-Briggs' Hebrew Definitions


שׁד שׁד

1. breast, bosom, (female) breast
a. breast (of woman)
b. breast (of animal)
c. breast (of both human and animal)
Origin: probably from H7736 (in its original sense) contracted
TWOT: 2332a
Parts of Speech: Noun Masculine

View how H7699 שׁד שׁד is used in the Bible

24 occurrences of H7699 שׁד שׁד

Genesis 49:25 of the breasts,
Job 3:12 me? or why the breasts
Job 24:9 from the breast,
Psalms 22:9 breasts.
Song of Songs 1:13 all night between my breasts.
Song of Songs 4:5 breasts
Song of Songs 7:3 breasts
Song of Songs 7:7 and thy breasts
Song of Songs 7:8 now also thy breasts
Song of Songs 8:1 the breasts
Song of Songs 8:8 and she hath no breasts:
Song of Songs 8:10 and my breasts
Isaiah 28:9 from the breasts.
Isaiah 32:12 for the breasts,
Isaiah 60:16 the breast
Isaiah 66:11 with the breasts
Lamentations 4:3 the breast,
Ezekiel 16:7 thy breasts
Ezekiel 23:3 there were their breasts
Ezekiel 23:21 for the breasts
Ezekiel 23:34 thy own breasts:
Hosea 2:2 from between her breasts;
Hosea 9:14 breasts.
Joel 2:16 the breasts:

Distinct usage

2 breasts.
2 breasts
1 of the breasts,
1 me? or why the breasts
1 from the breast,
1 all night between my breasts.
1 and thy breasts
1 now also thy breasts
1 the breasts
1 and she hath no breasts:
1 and my breasts
1 from the breasts.
1 for the breasts,
1 with the breasts
1 thy breasts
1 there were their breasts
1 for the breasts
1 thy own breasts:
1 from between her breasts;
1 the breasts:
1 the breast
1 the breast,

Corresponding Greek Words

shad G3149 mastos

Related words


H7736 שׁוּד shûd

A primitive root; properly to swell up, that is, figuratively (by implication of insolence) to devastate

KJV Usage: waste.

H7700 שׁד shêd
From H7736; a daemon (as malignant)

KJV Usage: devil.

H7701 שׁוד שׁד shôd shôd
שׁוד שׁד
shôd shôd
shode, shode
From H7736; violence, ravage

KJV Usage: desolation, destruction, oppression, robbery, spoil (-ed, -er, -ing), wasting.

H7874 שׂיד śı̂yd
A primitive root probably meaning to boil up (compare H7736); used only as denominative from H7875; to plaster

KJV Usage: plaister.