H8284 שׁרה - Strong's Hebrew Lexicon Number


שׁרה
shârâh
shaw-raw'
Probably feminine of H7791; a fortification (literally or figuratively). (“sing” is by mistake for H7891.)

KJV Usage: sing [by mistake for H7891], wall.


Brown-Driver-Briggs' Hebrew Definitions

BDB8569

שׁרה

1. wall
2. (CLBL) vine-row
Origin: probably from H7791
TWOT: 2355b
Parts of Speech: Noun Feminine

TBESH:
שָׁרָה
sha.rah
H:N-F
vine-row
1) wall
2) (CLBL) vine-row

View how H8284 שׁרה is used in the Bible

One occurence of H8284 שׁרה

Jeremiah 5:10 upon her walls,

Distinct usage

1 upon her walls,


Related words

H8284 שׁרה

H7262 רבשׁקה rabshâqêh
רבשׁקה
rabshâqêh
rab-shaw-kay'
From H7227 and H8284; chief butler; Rabshakeh, a Babylonian official

KJV Usage: Rabshakeh.


H7791 שׁוּר shûr

שׁוּר
shûr
shoor
From H7788; a wall (as going about)

KJV Usage: wall.


H51 אבישׁוּר 'ăbı̂yshûr
אבישׁוּר
'ăbı̂yshûr
ab-ee-shoor'
From H1 and H7791; father of (the) wall (that is, perhaps mason), Abishur, an Israelites

KJV Usage: Abishur.


H7792 שׁוּר shûr
שׁוּר
shûr
shoor
(Chaldee); corresponding to H7791

KJV Usage: wall.


H7793 שׁוּר shûr
שׁוּר
shûr
shoor
The same as H7791; Shur, a region of the Desert

KJV Usage: Shur.


H7794 שׁור shôr
שׁור
shôr
shore
From H7788; a bullock (as a traveller). wall used by mistake for H7791

KJV Usage: bull (-ock), cow, ox, wall [by mistake for H7791].


H7891

שׁוּר שׁיר o
shı̂yr shûr
sheer, shoor
The second form being the original form, used in (1 Samuel 18:6); a primitive root (rather identical with H7788 through the idea of strolling minstrelsy); to sing

KJV Usage: behold [by mistake for H7789], sing (-er, -ing man, -ing woman).


H301 אחישׁר 'ăchı̂yshâr
אחישׁר
'ăchı̂yshâr
akh-ee-shawr'
From H251 and H7891; brother of (the) singer; Achishar, an Israelite

KJV Usage: Ahishar.


H7788 שׁוּר shûr
שׁוּר
shûr
shoor
A primitive root; properly to turn, that is, travel about (as a harlot or a merchant)

KJV Usage: go, sing. See also H7891.


H7892 שׁירה שׁיר shı̂yr shı̂yrâh
שׁירה שׁיר
shı̂yr shı̂yrâh
sheer, shee-raw'
The second form being feminine; from H7891; a song; abstractly singing

KJV Usage: musical (-ick), X sing (-er, -ing), song.


H7891

שׁוּר שׁיר o
shı̂yr shûr
sheer, shoor
The second form being the original form, used in (1 Samuel 18:6); a primitive root (rather identical with H7788 through the idea of strolling minstrelsy); to sing

KJV Usage: behold [by mistake for H7789], sing (-er, -ing man, -ing woman).


H301 אחישׁר 'ăchı̂yshâr
אחישׁר
'ăchı̂yshâr
akh-ee-shawr'
From H251 and H7891; brother of (the) singer; Achishar, an Israelite

KJV Usage: Ahishar.


H7788 שׁוּר shûr
שׁוּר
shûr
shoor
A primitive root; properly to turn, that is, travel about (as a harlot or a merchant)

KJV Usage: go, sing. See also H7891.


H7892 שׁירה שׁיר shı̂yr shı̂yrâh
שׁירה שׁיר
shı̂yr shı̂yrâh
sheer, shee-raw'
The second form being feminine; from H7891; a song; abstractly singing

KJV Usage: musical (-ick), X sing (-er, -ing), song.