H7941 שׁכר - Strong's Hebrew Lexicon Number

From H7937; an intoxicant, that is, intensely alcoholic liquor

KJV Usage: strong drink, + drunkard, strong wine.

Brown-Driver-Briggs' Hebrew Definitions



1. strong drink, intoxicating drink, fermented or intoxicating liquor
Origin: from H7937
TWOT: 2388a
Parts of Speech: Noun Masculine

strong drink
1) strong drink, intoxicating drink, fermented or intoxicating liquor

View how H7941 שׁכר is used in the Bible

23 occurrences of H7941 שׁכר

Leviticus 10:9 nor strong drink,
Numbers 6:3 and strong drink,
Numbers 6:3 of strong drink,
Numbers 28:7 place shalt thou cause the strong wine
Deuteronomy 14:26 or for strong drink,
Deuteronomy 29:6 or strong drink:
Judges 13:4 nor strong drink,
Judges 13:7 and now drink
Judges 13:14 or strong drink,
1 Samuel 1:15 nor strong drink,
Psalms 69:12 of the drunkards.
Proverbs 20:1 strong drink
Proverbs 31:4 strong drink:
Proverbs 31:6 strong drink
Isaiah 5:11 strong drink;
Isaiah 5:22 strong drink:
Isaiah 24:9 strong drink
Isaiah 28:7 and through strong drink
Isaiah 28:7 through strong drink,
Isaiah 28:7 through strong drink;
Isaiah 29:9 but not with strong drink.
Isaiah 56:12 ourselves with strong drink;
Micah 2:11 and of strong drink;

Distinct usage

3 nor strong drink,
3 strong drink
2 strong drink:
1 and strong drink,
1 of strong drink,
1 place shalt thou cause the strong wine
1 or strong drink:
1 and now drink
1 or strong drink,
1 of the drunkards.
1 strong drink;
1 and through strong drink
1 through strong drink,
1 through strong drink;
1 ourselves with strong drink;
1 and of strong drink;
1 or for strong drink,
1 but not with strong drink.

Corresponding Greek Words

shekhar G3178 methe
shekhar G3631 oinos
shekhar G4608 sikera

Related words

H7941 שׁכר

G4608 σίκερα
Of Hebrew origin [H7941]; an intoxicant, that is, intensely fermented liquor

KJV Usage: strong drink.

G4965 Συχάρ
Of Hebrew origin [H7941]; Sychar (that is, Shekar), a place in Palestine

KJV Usage: Sychar.

H7937 שׁכר shâkar

A primitive root; to become tipsy; in a qualified sense, to satiate with a stimulating drink or (figuratively) influence. (Superlative of H8248.)

KJV Usage: (be filled with) drink (abundantly), (be, make) drunk (-en), be merry. [Superlative of H8248.]

H7910 שׁכּר שׁכּור shikkôr shikkôr
שׁכּר שׁכּור
shikkôr shikkôr
shik-kore', shik-kore'
From H7937; intoxicated, as a state or a habit

KJV Usage: drunk (-ard, -en, -en man).

H7936 סכר שׂכר śâkar sâkar
סכר שׂכר
śâkar sâkar
saw-kar', saw-kar'
The second form by permutation and used in Ezra 4:5; a primitive root (apparently akin (by prosthesis) to H3739 through the idea of temporary purchase; compare H7937); to hire

KJV Usage: earn wages, hire (out self), reward, X surely.

H7943 שׁכּרון shikkârôn
From H7937; intoxication

KJV Usage: (be) drunken (-ness).

H8248 שׁקה shâqâh
A primitive root; to quaff, that is, (causatively) to irrigate or furnish a potion to

KJV Usage: cause to (give, give to, let, make to) drink, drown, moisten, water. See H7937, H8354.

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