7743. shuach
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shuach: to sink down
Original Word: שׁ֫וּחַ
Part of Speech: Verb
Transliteration: shuach
Phonetic Spelling: (shoo'-akh)
Short Definition: down

NAS Exhaustive Concordance
Word Origin
a prim. root
to sink down
NASB Translation
bowed down (1), sinks down (1), sunk down (1).

[שׁוּחַ] verb sink down (Buhl distinguishes this as II. ׳שׁ (Arabic () sink down, MI9, 23 אשוח probably depression, excavation, reservoir, so אשיךְ Ecclus 50:3), and hence שָׁ֫חָה Proverbs 2:18, si vera lectio, and following derivatives, from I.׳שׁ melt away Arabic () flow and spread, melt away, Ethiopic cause to dwindle, phthisis, Aramaic שׁוּחַ, flow or melt away, vanish), whence Lamentations 3:20; Psalm 44:26; but insufficient evidence for I.׳שׁ in Hebrew); — sink down,

Qal Perfect3feminine singular שָׁ֫חָה לֶעָפָר נַפְשֵׁנוּ Psalm 44:26 ("" דָּֽבְקָה לָאָרֶץ); אֶלמָֿוֶת בֵּיתָהּ ׳שׁ Proverbs 2:18 ("" אֶלרְֿפָאִים; but ׳ב masculine, read שָׁחָה, √ שׁחה, AlbrZAW xvi (1896), 82, so Toy); Imperfect3feminine singular תָּשׁוּחַ עָלַי נַפְשִׁי Lamentations 3:20 Qr,

Hiph`il declar. תָּשִׁיחַ Kt, of depression of mind. — Psalm 49:15 Gr reads שָׁחוּ for ᵑ0 שַׁתּוּ but see שׁתת. —

Hithpa`el Psalm 42; 43see שׁחח.

bow down, incline, humble

A primitive root; to sink, literally or figuratively -- bow down, incline, humble.

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