H7909 שׁכּל שׁכּוּל - Strong's Hebrew Lexicon Number


שׁכּל שׁכּוּל
shakkûl shakkûl
shak-kool', shak-kool'
From H7921; bereaved

KJV Usage: barren, bereaved (robbed) of children (whelps).


Brown-Driver-Briggs' Hebrew Definitions

BDB8665
BDB8666

שׁכּל שׁכּוּל

1. childless (through bereavement)
2. bereaved, robbed of offspring
Origin: from H7921
TWOT: 2385b,2385c
Parts of Speech: Adjective

TBESH:
שַׁכּוּל
shak.kul
H:A
childless
1) childless (through bereavement)
2) bereaved, robbed of offspring

View how H7909 שׁכּל שׁכּוּל is used in the Bible

6 occurrences of H7909 שׁכּל שׁכּוּל

2 Samuel 17:8 robbed
Proverbs 17:12 robbed
Song of Songs 4:2 and none is barren
Song of Songs 6:6 and there is not one barren
Jeremiah 18:21 be bereaved
Hosea 13:8 that is bereaved

Distinct usage

2 robbed
1 and none is barren
1 and there is not one barren
1 be bereaved
1 that is bereaved

Corresponding Greek Words

shakkul G639 aporeo


Related words

H7909 שׁכּל שׁכּוּל

H7921 שׁכל shâkôl

שׁכל
shâkôl
shaw-kole'
A primitive root; properly to miscarry, that is, suffer abortion; by analogy to bereave (literally or figuratively)

KJV Usage: bereave (of children), barren, cast calf (fruit, young), be (make) childless, deprive, destroy, X expect, lose children, miscarry, rob of children, spoil.


H7908 שׁכול she kôl
שׁכול
she kôl
shek-ole'
Infinitive of H7921; bereavement

KJV Usage: loss of children, spoiling.


H7923 שׁכּלים shikkûlı̂ym
שׁכּלים
shikkûlı̂ym
shik-koo-leem'
Plural from H7921; childlessness (by continued bereavements)

KJV Usage: to have after loss of others.