7990. shallit
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shallit: having mastery, ruling
Original Word: שַׁלִּיט
Part of Speech: Adjective
Transliteration: shallit
Phonetic Spelling: (shal-leet')
Short Definition: ruler

NAS Exhaustive Concordance
Word Origin
(Aramaic) corresponding to shallit
having mastery, ruling
NASB Translation
allowed (1), authority (1), commander (1), governing (1), ruler (5), rules (1).

שַׁלִּיט adjective having mastery, ruling; — absolute ׳שׁ Ezra 7:24 +, emphatic אָ֯ Daniel 2:15; masculine plural שְׁלִיטִין Ezra 4:20, מִן- 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

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