5506. sechorah
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sechorah: merchandise
Original Word: סְחֹרַת
Part of Speech: Noun Feminine
Transliteration: sechorah
Phonetic Spelling: (sekh-o-raw')
Short Definition: market

NAS Exhaustive Concordance
Word Origin
from sachar
NASB Translation
market (1).

[סְחֹרָה] noun feminine merchandise; — construct סָחֹרַת Ezekiel 27:15, but see סחר Participle

סָפַק, [שָׂפַק], verb slap, clap (Late Hebrew Pi`el id.; Arabic slap (face), strike (hands) Lane1373); —

Qal Perfect3masculine singular וְסָפַק consecutive Jeremiah 48:26, suffix סְפָקָם Job 34:26; 1singular סָפַ֫קְתִּי Jeremiah 31:19; 3plural סָֽפְקוּ Lamentations 2:15; Imperfect3masculine singular יִשְׂמֹּק (שׂ substantive for ס) Job 27:23, יִסְמּוֺק Job 34:37, וַיִּסְמֹּק Numbers 24:10; Imperative masculine singular סְפֹק Ezekiel 21:17; —

1 slap, followed by עַליָֿרֵךְ on the thigh, in remorse and sorrow Jeremiah 31:19; Ezekiel 21:17; with כַּמַּיִם clap one's hands Numbers 24:10 (in anger), with עַל at, Lamentations 2:15; Job 27:23 (in mockery); ׳כ omitted Job 34:37 (in presumptuousness, against God).

2slap, chastise, with accusative of person Job 34:26 (subject God).

3 splash מוֺאָב בְּקִיאוֺ ׳וְס Jeremiah 48:26 and Moab shall splash (fall with a splash) into his vomit, > Thes BuhlLex 13 empty himself (?), throw up (compare Syriac Pa`el).

Hiph`il Imperfect3masculine plural וּבְיַלְרֵי נָכְרִים יַשְׂמִּ֫יקוּ Isaiah 2:6 (read perhaps וּבִידֵי Hi Du Che, and into the hands of foreigners they clap, literally cause to clap, that is, their hands; > ᵐ5 ᵑ6 from 1. שׂפק q. v., they abound in, have a sufficiency of).


From cachar: traffic -- merchandise.

see HEBREW cachar

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