7785. shoq
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shoq: a leg
Original Word: שׁוֹק
Part of Speech: Noun Feminine
Transliteration: shoq
Phonetic Spelling: (shoke)
Short Definition: thigh

NAS Exhaustive Concordance
Word Origin
from an unused word
a leg
NASB Translation
leg (2), legs (4), ruthlessly* (1), thigh (12).

שׁוֺק19 noun [feminine]Leviticus 7:33 compare AlbrZAW xvi (1896), 76 f., so Arabic, see Lane WAG. § 290 (δ)] leg; — ׳שׁ absolute 1 Samuel 9:24 +, construct Exodus 29:27 +; dual שֹׁקַיִם Deuteronomy 28:35; Proverbs 26:7, construct שׁוֺקֵי Psalm 147:10, suffix שׁוֺקָיו Songs 5:15; — leg:

1 of man, specifically lower leg, calf, distinguished from thigh, in עֵליָֿרֵךְ ׳וַיַּךְ אוֺתָם שׁ Judges 15:8 he smote them, leg upon thigh, i.e. utterly (compare GFM), Deuteronomy 28:35 ("" בִּרְכַּיִם), Proverbs 26:7; Psalm 147:10; Songs 5:15; of woman (city personified) Isaiah 47:2.

2 of sacrificial animal, specifically upper leg, thigh, hind leg, portion eaten 1 Samuel 9:24 (compare KleinZPV vi (1883), 98, cited also by NesMarg. 13), הַיָּמִין ׳שׁ right thigh Exodus 29:32 6t. P (see יָמִין), הַתְּדוּמָה ׳שׁ Leviticus 7:34 4t. P, thigh of contribution (see ׳ת p. 929). — ᵐ5 βραχίων, ᵑ9 armus, hence AV and others shoulder, but see Di Baen DrDeuteronomy 18:3.

שׁוק (√ of following; Biblical Hebrew I. שׁוק, שׁוֺק).

hip, leg, shoulder, thigh

From shuwq; the (lower) leg (as a runner) -- hip, leg, shoulder, thigh.

see HEBREW shuwq

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