8077. shemamah or shimamah
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shemamah or shimamah: devastation, waste
Original Word: שְׁמָמָה
Part of Speech: Noun Feminine
Transliteration: shemamah or shimamah
Phonetic Spelling: (shem-aw-maw')
Short Definition: desolation

NAS Exhaustive Concordance
Word Origin
from shamem
devastation, waste
NASB Translation
desolate (19), desolation (33), horror (1), utterly desolate (1), waste (1), waste and a desolation (1).

שְׁמָמָה55 noun feminine a devastation, waste; — absolute ׳שׁ Exodus 23:29 +; plural construct שִׁמְמוֺת Jeremiah 51:26 +; — waste, usually of land, city, house, etc., Exodus 23:29 (E), Isaiah 1:7 (probably strike out, with words following StuJP Th. 1877, 714 FBJBL (1890), 84), Leviticus 26:33 (H), Jeremiah 4:27 14t. Jeremiah ("" מֵאֵין ׳אָדָם ונו Jeremiah 32:43, מֵאֵין ישֵׁב Jeremiah 34:22), Ezekiel 6:14 18t. Ezekiel (Ezekiel 35:7 a read שְׁמָמָה וּמְשַׁמָּה for ᵑ0 ִ˜שׁמְמָה וּשְׁמָמָה, so Hi Co Toy Krae and others) +; of prince, ׳יִלְבַּשׁ שׁ Ezekiel 7:27; of idols Micah 1:7; ׳כּוֺם שַׁמָּה ושׁ Ezekiel 23:33. — Ezekiel 35:12 see שׁמם


ִ˜שׁמְמָה Ezekiel 35:7 see foregoing.

laid, most desolate waste

Or shimamah {shee-mam-aw'}; feminine of shamem; devastation; figuratively, astonishment -- (laid, X most) desolate(- ion), waste.

see HEBREW shamem

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