7911. shakach
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shakach: to forget
Original Word: שָׁכַח
Part of Speech: Verb
Transliteration: shakach
Phonetic Spelling: (shaw-kakh')
Short Definition: forget

NAS Exhaustive Concordance
Word Origin
a prim. root
to forget
NASB Translation
ever forget (1), forget (47), forgets (3), forgot (10), forgotten (39), who forget (1).

שָׁכַח102 verb forget (Late Hebrew id.; Ecclus 45:26c and (Pi`el) Ecclesiasticus 11:25 (twice in verse); Aramaic שְׁכַךְ is find); —

Qal86 Perfect3masculine singular ׳שׁ Psalm 9:13 +, suffix שְׁכֵחָ֑נִי Isaiah 49:14; 2feminine singular שָׁכַחְתְּ Jeremiah 13:25; 1plural suffix שְׁכַחֲנוּךָ Psalm 44:18, etc.; Imperfect יִשְׁכַּח Deuteronomy 4:31 +, etc.; Imperative feminine singular שִׁכְּחִי Psalm 45:11; Infinitive absolute שָׁכֹךְַ; Participle plural construct שֹׁכְחֵי Job 8:13; Psalm 50:22; — forget: 1 subject man,

a. accusative of thing Genesis 27:45 (E), Deuteronomy 4:9; Deuteronomy 9:7 (opposed to זָכַר) +, = forget and leave, ב of location, Deuteronomy 24:19; with object clause with כִּי Job 39:15; with מִן infinitive Psalm 102:5.

b. with accusative of person, involving forgetting to mention, Genesis 40:23 (E; opposed to זכר), ceasing to care for Jeremiah 30:14 (figurative), Isaiah 49:15 (twice in verse) (accusative omitted), Isaiah 49:15; Job 19:14; Psalm 45:11; with accusative Jerusalem Psalm 137:5a; יִשְׁכָּחֵהוּ רֶחֶם Job 24:20; absolute Psalm 137:5b ׃תִּשְׁכַּח יְמִינִי AE Ki supply הַמַּעֲשֶׂה or הַנִּגּוּן (whence AV her cunning), but forced: ᵐ5 תִּשָּׁכַח; read probably (Gr Bu and others) תִּכְחַשׁ let it grow lean (Psalm 109:24, compare Zechariah 11:17), or (Che) תְּכַחַשׁ let it disappoint (me), fail (Habakkuk 3:17).

c. especially with accusative ׳י (God), Hosea 2:15; Hosea 8:14; Hosea 13:6; Judges 3:7; 1 Samuel 12:9; Isaiah 17:10; Deuteronomy 8:19 (׳שָׁכֹחַ תִּשׁ) + 16 t. (5 t. Deuteronomy, 4 t. Jeremiah), + Psalm 59:12 (accusative omitted); also accusative of divine name Jeremiah 23:27 (בַּבַּעַל), Psalm 44:21; commands of ׳י Hosea 4:6; Deuteronomy 26:13 (accusative omitted) Psalm 119:16 7t. Psalm 119, his doings and ways, Psalm 119:139; Psalm 78:7; Psalm 78:11; Psalm 103:2; Psalm 106:13, his covenant Deuteronomy 4:23,31; 2 Kings 17:38; Proverbs 2:17; law of wisdom Proverbs 3:1, that is accusative בִּינָה Proverbs 4:6.

2 subject ׳י (God):

a. accusative of person Hosea 4:6; 1 Samuel 1:11 (opposed to זָכַר), Lamentations 5:20; Isaiah 49:14 ("" עָזַב), Psalm 10:12; Psalm 13:2; Psalm 42:10.

b. accusative of sins Amos 8:7; Psalm 10:11 (accusative omitted), cry Psalm 9:13 (opposed to זָכַר), compare, of distress, Psalm 44:25.

c. voice of foes Psalm 74:23.

d. followed by infinitive Psalm 77:10.

Niph`al Perfect3masculine singular נִשְׁכַּח Ecclesiastes 9:5, etc.; Imperfect יִשָּׁכַח Psalm 9:19, 3feminine singular תִּשָּׁכֵחַ Jeremiah 20:11, etc.; Participle feminine singular נִשְׁכָּחָה Isaiah 23:16, נִשְׁכַּחַת Isaiah 23:15, plural נִשְׁכָּ חִים Job 28:4; — be forgotten: subject of thing Genesis 41:30 (E), Deuteronomy 31:21; Jeremiah 20:11; Jeremiah 23:40; Jeremiah 50:5; Isaiah 65:11; subject person Psalm 9:19; Psalm 31:13; Ecclesiastes 2:16, Tyre Isaiah 23:15,16 (under figure of harlot), subject זִכְרָם Ecclesiastes 9:5; מִנִּי רָ֑גֶל ׳הַנִּשׁ Job 28:4.

Pi`el Perfect3masculine singular ׳וגו ׳שִׁכַּח י Lamentations 2:6 ׳י hath caused to forget (be forgotten) in Zion assembly and sabbath.

Hiph`il Infinitive לְהַשְׁכִּיחַ Jeremiah 23:27 to make my people forget my name (2 accusative).

Hithpa`el Ipmf.3masculine plural יִשְׁתַּכְּחוּ Ecclesiastes 8:10 they were forgotten in the city.

cause to forget

Or shakeach {shaw-kay'-akh}; a primitive root; to mislay, i.e. To be oblivious of, from want of memory or attention -- X at all, (cause to) forget.

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