8088. shema
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shema: a hearing, report
Original Word: שֵׁ֫מַע
Part of Speech: Noun Masculine
Transliteration: shema
Phonetic Spelling: (shay'-mah)
Short Definition: report

NAS Exhaustive Concordance
Word Origin
from shama
a hearing, report
NASB Translation
about (1), fame (4), hear* (1), hearing (1), news (1), proclamation (1), report (8).

I. [שֶׁ֫מַע noun [masculine] sound; — הַלְלוּהוּ בְּצִלְצְלֵי שָׁ֑מַע Psalm 150:5 ("" תְּרוּעָה).

שֵׁ֫מַע noun [masculine] hearing, report (on from compare LagBN 143); — ׳שׁ absolute Isaiah 23:5; construct Isaiah 23:5 +; suffix שִׁמְעִי Isaiah 66:19 etc.; — report, usually with Genitive object: accusative with שְׁמַע Genesis 29:13 (J) the tidings about Jacob, Isaiah 23:5 #NAME? Numbers 14:15 (JE), Deuteronomy 2:25; 1 Kings 10:1= 2Chronicles 9:1; Nahum 3:19; Habakkuk 3:2; Jeremiah 37:5; Jeremiah 50:43; Isaiah 66:9; with ל Genitive Isaiah 23:5; לַעֲדָתָם Hosea 7:12 usually according to the report (heard by) their congregation (!), but inexplicable and probably corrupt, We Now; Marti (compare Oettli) עַלרָֿעָתָם (כְּשֵׁמַע as gloss) according to their wickedness; שָׁוְא ׳נָשָׂא שׁ Exodus 23:1 (E) take up (utter) a false report; אֹוָן ׳לְשׁ Psalm 18:45 i.e. as soon as heard of, = mere report Job 42:5 (opposed to personal knowledge), compare שִׁמְעָהּ Job 28:22.

bruit, fame, hearing, loud, report, speech, tidings

From shama'; something heard, i.e. A sound, rumor, announcement; abstractly, audience -- bruit, fame, hear(-ing), loud, report, speech, tidings.

see HEBREW shama'

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