7912. shekach
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shekach: to find
Original Word: שְׁכַח
Part of Speech: Verb
Transliteration: shekach
Phonetic Spelling: (shek-akh')
Short Definition: found

NAS Exhaustive Concordance
Word Origin
(Aramaic) corresponding to shakach
to find
NASB Translation
discover (1), discovered (1), find (5), found (11).

[שְׁכַח] verb Haph`el (K§ 40, 4GGA 1884, 1019) find (ᵑ7 שְׁכַח find, Syriac , Christian-Palestinian Aramaic SchulthLex. 205; Egyptian Aramaic השכח S-CE 5, pass. אשתכךְ RŠS361A 2): — Perfect1singular הַשְׁכַּ֫חַת Daniel 2:25; 3masculine plural הַשְׁכַּ֫חוּ Ezra 4:19; Daniel 6:12; Imperfect2masculine singular תְּהַשְׁכַּת Ezra 4:15; Ezra 7:16; Infinitive לְהַשְׁכָּחָה Daniel 6:5 (twice in verse); — find, accusative of thing, Daniel 6:5 (ל person), Daniel 6:5; Daniel 6:6 (ל person), Daniel 6:6 (עַל person, accusative of thing omitted), Ezra 7:16 (ב location); followed by clause דִּי Ezra 4:15 (ב location), Ezra 4:19; accusative of person Daniel 2:25; ל person Daniel 6:12 ( + participle action.).

Hithpe`el Perfect3masculine singular הִשְׁתְּכַח Daniel 2:35 +, 2 masculine singular כַ֫חַתְּ- Daniel 5:27, 3feminine singular כַ֫חַת- Daniel 5:11 +; be found, subject thing, ב location, Ezra 6:2; ב person Daniel 5:11,12,14; Daniel 6:24; עַל person Daniel 6:5; ל person + קֳדָם person Daniel 6:23; ל of thing Daniel 2:35 (see אֲתַר); subject person Daniel 5:27 + חַסִּר thou hast been found wanting (K§ 85, 3).

שַׁכְלְלֵהּ etc., see כלל.


(Aramaic) corresponding to shakach through the idea of disclosure of a covered or forgotten thing; to discover (literally or figuratively) -- find.

see HEBREW shakach

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