H8257 שׁקע - Strong's Hebrew Lexicon Number


שׁקע
shâqa‛
shaw-kah'
(Abbreviated in Amos 8:8); a primitive root; to subside; by implication to be overflowed, cease; causatively to abate, subdue

KJV Usage: make deep, let down, drown, quench, sink.


Brown-Driver-Briggs' Hebrew Definitions

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שׁקע

1. to sink, sink down, subside
a. (Qal) to sink
b. (Niphal) to sink, collapse
c. (Hiphil) to sink down, cause to settle
Origin: a primitive root
TWOT: 2456
Parts of Speech: Verb

TBESH:
שָׁקַע
sha.qa
H:V
to sink
1) to sink, sink down, subside
1a) (Qal) to sink
1b) (Niphal) to sink, collapse
1c)(Hiphil) to sink down, cause to settle

View how H8257 שׁקע is used in the Bible

6 occurrences of H8257 שׁקע

Numbers 11:2 was quenched.
Job 41:1 which thou lettest down?
Jeremiah 51:64 sink,
Ezekiel 32:14 deep,
Amos 8:8 and drowned,
Amos 9:5 and shall be drowned,

Distinct usage

1 which thou lettest down?
1 sink,
1 deep,
1 and drowned,
1 and shall be drowned,
1 was quenched.

Corresponding Greek Words

shaqa G2869 kopazo
shaqa hiph. G2270 hesuchazo
shaqa qal,ni G2597 kata baino


Related words

H8257

H4950 משׁקע mishqâ‛
משׁקע
mishqâ‛
mish-kaw'
From H8257; a settling place (of water), that is, a pond

KJV Usage: deep.


H8258 שׁקערוּרה she qa‛rûrâh
שׁקערוּרה
she qa‛rûrâh
shek-ah-roo-raw'
From H8257; a depression

KJV Usage: hollow strake.