shaar: to calculate, reckonOriginal Word: שָׁעַרPart of Speech:
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a prim. rootDefinition
to calculate, reckonNASB Translation
II. שָׁעַר verb calculate, reakon
(Late Hebrew Pi`el Jewish-Aramaic Pa`el put a valuation, estimate
; Jewish-Aramaic שַׁעֲרָא interest, market-price
; Arabic market-price
is loan-word Frä189
Qal Perfect3masculine singular בְּנַפְשׁוֺ כֶּןהֿוּא ׳כְּמוֺשֿׁ Proverbs 23:7 as he has calculated in his soul, so is he, but dubious: De שֹׁעֵר as one who calculates; more radical conjectures in Bi Toy.
A primitive root; to split or open, i.e. (literally, but only as denominative from sha'ar) to act as gate-keeper (see show'er): (figuratively) to estimate -- think.
see HEBREW sha'ar
see HEBREW show'er