H8852 - Strong's Hebrew Lexicon Number

Shaphel

A rare Aramaic (Chaldean) form, this reflects a causative like the
Hebrew Hiphil, but with a Shin prefixed rather than the usual He.
It otherwise functions like the Hebrew Hiphil.

See Hiphil { [H8818]}

Related words

H8852

H8805
Stem -Shaphel See { [H8852]} Mood -Infinitive See { [H8812]}
Count-2

H8806
Stem -Shaphel See { [H8852]} Mood -Perfect See { [H8816]}
Count-4

H8818

Hiphil
a) Hiphil usually expresses the "causative" action of Qal-See { [H8851]}

Qal Hiphil
He ate he caused to eat, he fed
He came he caused to come, he brought
He reigned he made king, he crowned

b) Hiphil is often used to form verbs from nouns and adjectives.

Noun or Adjective Hiphil

ear to listen (lend an ear)
far to remove oneself, put far away

c) Some "simple" verbs are found in Hiphil.

to cast, to destroy, to get up early, to explain, to tell

The form accounts for 13.3% of the verbs parsed.

H8685
Stem -Hiphil See { [H8818]} Mood -Imperative See { [H8810]}
Count-731

H8686
Stem -Hiphil See { [H8818]} Mood -Imperfect See { [H8811]}
Count-4043

H8687
Stem -Hiphil See { [H8818]} Mood -Infinitive See { [H8812]}
Count-1165

H8688
Stem -Hiphil See { [H8818]} Mood -Participle See { [H8813]}
Count-857

H8689
Stem -Hiphil See { [H8818]} Mood -Perfect See { [H8816]}
Count-2675

H8817
Aphel
In Biblical Aramaic (Chaldean), the Aphel is a causative conjugation
like the Hebrew Hiphil, but with the letter Aleph substituted for the
initial He. Other changes in spelling also occur, but otherwise the
verb functions similarly to the Hebrew Hiphil, expressing
causative action.

See Hiphil { [H8818]}

H8825
Hophal Hophal is the "passive" of Hiphil-See { [H8818]}
Hiphil Hophal
He told it was told
He threw he was thrown

This form is accounts for 0.6% of the verbs parsed.

H8853
Tiphel
A rare Hebrew form, this reflects a causative like the
Hebrew Hiphil, but with a Tau prefixed rather than the usual He.
It otherwise functions like the Hebrew Hiphil.

See Hiphil { [H8818]}

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