7847. satah
Lexical Summary
satah: to turn aside
Original Word: שָׂטָה
Transliteration: satah
Phonetic Spelling: (saw-taw')
Part of Speech: Verb
Short Definition: to turn aside
Meaning: to deviate from duty
Strong's Concordance
decline, go aside, turn

A primitive root; to deviate from duty -- decline, go aside, turn.


H7847. satah

[שָׂטָה‎] verb turn aside (Aramaic סְטָא‎, id.; שְׂטָאstray; Ethiopic III. be seduced, etc.; cf DrJPhil. xi (1882), 205); —

Qal Perfect2feminine singular שָׂטִיתNumbers 5:19-20, Imperfect3feminine singular תִּשְׂטֶה5:12; 5:29, jussive 3masculine singular יֵשְׂטְProverbs 7:25; Imperative masculine singular שְׂטֵה4:15; — turn aside, of unfaithful wife Numbers 5:12 (absolute), + אִישׁ תַּחַת‎, i.e. while married, 5:19 (+ טֻמְאָה‎ adverb accusative), 5:20; 5:29 (all P); of youth, from (מֵעַל‎) way of evil woman Proverbs 4:15, toward (אֶל‎) her ways 7:25.


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