shaanan: at ease, secureOriginal Word: שַׁאֲנָןPart of Speech:
NAS Exhaustive ConcordanceWord Origin
at ease, secureNASB Translation
arrogance (2), ease (3), those who are at ease (1), undisturbed (2), who are at ease (3).
Brown-Driver-Briggs שַׁאֲנָן adjective at ease, secure
(BaNB § 143a
Ges§ 84 b k
); — absolute׳שׁ Isaiah 33:20
; plural שַׁאֲנִּים Amos 6:1
+, שַׁאֲנַנּוֺת Isaiah 32:9
1 at ease, secure: ׳נָוֶה שׁ Isaiah 33:20 ,secure habitation (of Jerusalem), compare ׳מְנוּחוֺת שׁ Isaiah 32:18 ("" מִבְטָחִים).
2 as substantive, one at ease, free from misfortune, Job 12:5.
3 at ease, with collateral idea of careless, wanton, arrogant, Amos 6:1; Isaiah 32:9,11; Zechariah 1:15; Psalm 123:4.
4 as substantive abstract = arrogance: suffix שַׁאֲנַנְךָ, 2 Kings 19:28 ("" הִתְרַגֶּזְךָ) = Isaiah 37:29, but < שְׁאוֺנְךָ thine uproar, BuZAW xii (1892), 36 Gr Che Marti Kit (perhaps), Bur. compare שׁלאנן.
secure, at ease, quiet
From sha'an; secure; in a bad sense, haughty -- that is at ease, quiet, tumult. Compare shal'anan.
see HEBREW sha'an
see HEBREW shal'anan