shallit: having mastery, rulingOriginal Word: שַׁלִּיטPart of Speech:
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(Aramaic) corresponding to shallitDefinition
having mastery, rulingNASB Translation
allowed (1), authority (1), commander (1), governing (1), ruler (5), rules (1).
Brown-Driver-Briggs שַׁלִּיט adjective having mastery, ruling
; — absolute ׳שׁ Ezra 7:24
+, emphatic אָ֯ Daniel 2:15
; masculine plural שְׁלִיטִין Ezra 4:20
- Daniel 4:23
1 having, exercising, mastery:
a. of God, followed by ב, Daniel 4:14; Daniel 4:22; Daniel 4:29; Daniel 5:21; absolute, of heavens Daniel 4:23
b. of kings Ezra 4:20 (ב).
2 as noun = ruler Daniel 2:10, captain Daniel 2:15.
3 having authority to do a thing (Infinitive), hence impersonal = it is authorized, Ezra 7:24 (so often in Syriac; compare S-CA 11 + אנת שליט למבנה).
captain, be lawful, ruler
(Aramaic) corresponding to shalliyt; mighty; abstractly, permission; concretely, a premier -- captain, be lawful, rule(- r).
see HEBREW shalliyt