7703. shadad
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shadad: to deal violently with, despoil, devastate, ruin
Original Word: שָׁדַד
Part of Speech: Verb
Transliteration: shadad
Phonetic Spelling: (shaw-dad')
Short Definition: destroyed

NAS Exhaustive Concordance
Word Origin
a prim. root
to deal violently with, despoil, devastate, ruin
NASB Translation
assaults (1), completely destroyed (1), dead (1), desolate (1), despoil (1), destroy (7), destroyed (12), destroyer (9), destroyer still destroys (1), destroyers (4), destroying (2), devastate (2), devastated (6), lays waste (1), robbers (1), ruined (6).

[שָׁדַד]56 verb deal violently with, despoil, devastate, ruin (Late Hebrew id., Niph`al; Arabic stop up, obstruct, arrest, make firm; Ethiopic expel; Assyrian šadâdu is draw, drag); —

Qal Perfect3plural consecutive וְשָֽׁדְדוּ Ezekiel 32:12; suffix שַׁדּוּנִי Psalm 17:9; Imperfect3masculine singular יָשׁוּד (metaplastic, compare Ges§ 67q Bae) Psalm 91:6 suffix יְשָׁדֵּם (Ges§ 67n) Proverbs 11:3 Qr (Kt Perfect ושׁדם), יְשָׁדְדֵם Jeremiah 5:6; Imperative masculine plural שָׁדְדו (Ges§ 67cc) Jeremiah 49:28; Infinitive absolute שָׁדוֺד Micah 2:4; construct לִשְׁדוֺד Jeremiah 47:4 (Ges§ 45g), compare also שֹׁד Hosea 10:14; Participle active שֹׁדֵד Jeremiah 6:26 +,etc.; pass. שָׁדוּד Judges 5:27 +, feminine שְׁדוּדָה Psalm 137:8; — violently destory, person, = slay Judges 5:27 (passive), Jeremiah 5:6 (wolf subject; "" הִכָּה); accusative Philistines Jeremiah 47:4 ("" הִכְרִית), Jeremiah 47:4 (subject ׳י); = devastate, accusative בָּבֶל (subject ׳י) Jeremiah 51:55, compare Psalm 137:8 (read probably הַשֹּׁדֵדָה We Du, compare Ew Hi הַשָּׁדוֺדָה see Köii.194); אֶתגְּֿאוֺן מִצְרַיִם Ezekiel 32:12 ("" נִשְׁמַד), compare Hosea 10:14, אֶתמַֿרְעִיתָם Jeremiah 25:36 (subject ׳י), absolute Isaiah 21:2 ("" בָּגַד), Isaiah 33:1 (on use of pt see Ges§ 120b), pass Isaiah 33:1 ("" בָּגַד), אַתְּי שָׁדוּד Jeremiah 4:30 (Gf BaNB 179, but dubious; < Du שְׁדוּדָה); = despoil, accusative of person Jeremiah 49:28; = bring person to ruin Micah 2:4 (Infinitive absolute + Niph`al q. v.), Proverbs 11:3; weaker, assail Psalm 17:9; elsewhere Participle active as substantive devastator (despoiler?): of national foes Isaiah 16:4; Isaiah 21:2; Isaiah 33:1; Jeremiah 6:26 8t. Jeremiah; שׁוֺדְדֵי לַיְלָה Obadiah 5 ("" גַּנָּבִים) strike out Now GASm; personal foe Job 15:21; representing wicked in General Job 12:6 ("" מַרְגִּיזֵי אֵל).

Niph`al Perfect1plural שָׁדוֺד נְשַׁדֻּנוּ (Ges§ 67ui. 342 f.) we are utterly ruined.

Pi`el Imperfect2masculine singular אַלתְּֿשַׁדֵּד רִבְצוֺ Proverbs 24:15 assault not his dwelling-place ("" אַלאֱֶֿרֹב); Participle as substantive מְשַׁדֶּדאָֿב Proverbs 19:26 he who assaults, maltreats (his) father ("" יַבְרִיחַ אֵם).

Pu`al Perfect3masculine singular שֻׁדַּד Isaiah 15:1 +, 3 feminine singular שֻׁדְּדָה Jeremiah 4:20 +, שָׁדְּדָה Nahum 3:7 (Ges§ 52q), etc.; — be devastated, of city Isaiah 15:1 (twice in verse); Isaiah 23:1; Jeremiah 48:1; Jeremiah 49:3; Nahum 3:7, country or nation Jeremiah 4:20, compare Jeremiah 4:13; Jeremiah 9:18; Jeremiah 48:15,20; Jeremiah 49:10, dwellings (אֹהֶל) Jeremiah 4:20; Jeremiah 10:20, trees Zechariah 11:2 (strike out StaZAW 1 (1881), 25), compare Zechariah 11:33, stength of ships Isaiah 23:14, field (by drought) Joel 1:10, crop Joel 1:10. Po`l. violently destroy: Imperfect3masculine singular יְשֹׁרֵד מַצֵּבוֺתָם Hosea 10:2 ("" יַעֲרֹף מִוְבְּחֹתָם).

Hoph`al Imperfect (or

Qal passive Imperfect? compare Ges§ 53u) be devastated:3masculine singular כָּלמִֿבְצָרֶיךָ יוּשָּׁ֑ד Hosea 10:14 (of Ephraim, < We plural יושׁדו); 2 masculine singular תּוּשַּׁד Isaiah 33:1 (subject שׁוֺדֵד, see Qal).

dead, destroyer, oppress, robber, spoiler, utterly, lay waste

A primitive root; properly, to be burly, i.e. (figuratively) powerful (passively, impregnable); by implication, to ravage -- dead, destroy(-er), oppress, robber, spoil(-er), X utterly, (lay) waste.

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