H8227 שׁפן - Strong's Hebrew Lexicon Number

From H8226; a species of rock rabbit (from its hiding), that is, probably the hyrax

KJV Usage: coney.

Brown-Driver-Briggs' Hebrew Definitions


n m
1. rock badger, coney, the hyrax n pr m
2. secretary or scribe of king Josiah of Judah
3. father of Ahikam in the time of king Josiah of Judah
a. improbably the same as 2
4. father of Elasah in the time of the prophet Jeremiah
a. perhaps the same as 3
5. a scribe and father of Gemariah
a. perhaps the same as 2
6. father of Jaazaniah in the time of Ezekiel
a. perhaps the same as 2
Origin: from H8226
TWOT: 2446a
Parts of Speech:

View how H8227 שׁפן is used in the Bible

First 30 of 34 occurrences of H8227 שׁפן

Leviticus 11:5 And the coney,
Deuteronomy 14:7 and the coney:
2 Kings 22:3 Shaphan
2 Kings 22:8 to Shaphan
2 Kings 22:8 to Shaphan,
2 Kings 22:9 And Shaphan
2 Kings 22:10 And Shaphan
2 Kings 22:10 And Shaphan
2 Kings 22:12 of Shaphan,
2 Kings 22:12 and Shaphan
2 Kings 22:14 and Shaphan,
2 Kings 25:22 of Shaphan,
2 Chronicles 34:8 Shaphan
2 Chronicles 34:15 to Shaphan
2 Chronicles 34:15 to Shaphan.
2 Chronicles 34:16 And Shaphan
2 Chronicles 34:18 Then Shaphan
2 Chronicles 34:18 And Shaphan
2 Chronicles 34:20 of Shaphan,
2 Chronicles 34:20 and Shaphan
Psalms 104:18 for the conies.
Proverbs 30:26 The conies
Jeremiah 26:24 of Shaphan
Jeremiah 29:3 of Shaphan,
Jeremiah 36:10 of Shaphan
Jeremiah 36:11 of Shaphan,
Jeremiah 36:12 of Shaphan,
Jeremiah 39:14 of Shaphan,
Jeremiah 40:5 of Shaphan,
Jeremiah 40:9 of Shaphan

Distinct usage

10 of Shaphan,
7 and Shaphan
4 of Shaphan
2 Shaphan
2 to Shaphan
1 And the coney,
1 and the coney:
1 to Shaphan,
1 and Shaphan,
1 The conies
1 of Shaphan;
1 for the conies.
1 Then Shaphan
1 to Shaphan.

Related words


H3473 ישׁפּן yishpân
Probably from the same as H8227; he will hide; Jishpan, an Israelite

KJV Usage: Ishpan.

H8226 שׂפן śâphan

A primitive root; to conceal (as a valuable)

KJV Usage: treasure.

H5855 עטרות שׁופן ‛aṭrôth shôphân
עטרות שׁופן
‛aṭrôth shôphân
at-roth' sho-fawn'
From the same as H5852 and a name otherwise unused (being from the same as H8226) meaning hidden; crowns of Shophan; Atroth-Shophan, a place in Palestine

KJV Usage: Atroth, Shophan [as if two places].