7973. shelach
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shelach: a missile, weapon, sprout
Original Word: שָׁ֫לַח
Part of Speech: Noun Masculine
Transliteration: shelach
Phonetic Spelling: (sheh'-lakh)
Short Definition: weapon

NAS Exhaustive Concordance
Word Origin
from shalach
a missile, weapon, sprout
NASB Translation
defenses (1), Sheol (1), shoots (1), weapon (3), weapons (1).

I. שֶׁ֫לַח noun [masculine] missile, weapon, sprout (late); — absolute ׳שׁ Joel 2:8 +, שָׁ֑לַח Nehemiah 4:11; Job 33:18, suffix שִׁלְחוֺ Nehemiah 4:17; plural שְׁלָחִים2Chronicles 23:10, etc.; —

1 missile, weapon, Nehemiah 4:11 and Nehemiah 4:17 (where הַמַּיִם corrupt; read probably בִּימִינוֺ or בְּיָדוֺ; see Ryle BeRy Berthol), 2 Chronicles 23:10 (distinguished from חֲנִית, מָנֵן); collective 2 Chronicles 32:5 and ׳עָבַר בַּשׁ Job 33:18; Job 36:12 (perish by or < rush upon [and perish]), Joel 2:8 (see בְּעַד).

2 sprout, shoot (compare [שְׁלוּחָה], and √ Psalm 80:12; Jeremiah 17:8), שְׁלָחַיִךְ מַּרְדֵּס Songs 4:13 (figurative; meaning ? PerlesAnal. 63 proposes שְׁנֵי לְחָיָיִךְ thy two cheeks); + probably Ezekiel 31:5 (read בִּשְׁלָחָיו Co Toy and others, or בְּשִׁלְחֵי [with Ezekiel 31:6] Krae).

dart, plant, put off, sword, weapon

From shalach; a missile of attack, i.e. Spear; also (figuratively) a shoot of growth; i.e. Branch -- dart, plant, X put off, sword, weapon.

see HEBREW shalach

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