8041. simel
Lexical Summary
simel: to take the left
Original Word: שָׂמַאל
Transliteration: simel
Phonetic Spelling: (saw-mal')
Part of Speech: Verb
Short Definition: to take the left
Meaning: to use the left hand, pass in that direction)
Strong's Concordance
go, turn on the, to the left

A primitive root (denominative from smo'wl); to use the left hand or pass in that direction) -- (go, turn) (on the, to the) left.

see HEBREW smo'wl


H8041. simel

[שִׂמְאֵל‎] verb denominative Hiph`il take the left (always opposed to הֵמִין‎): — Imperfect cohortative אַשְׂמְאִ֫ילָהGenesis 13:9; 2masculine plural, תַּשְׂמְאִ֫ילוּIsaiah 30:21; Imperative feminine singular הַשְׂמִילִי‎ (Ges§ 23f1. 276) Ezekiel 21:21, compare Infinitive construct הַשְׂמִיל2 Samuel 14:19; Participle מַשְׂמִאלִים1 Chronicles 12:2; —

1 = go to the left Genesis 13:9 (J), Ezekiel 21:21.

2 figurative turn (aside) to the left (from true way) 2 Samuel 14:19; Isaiah 30:21.

3 use the left hand 1 Chronicles 12:2.

[שָׂמַל‎] Hiph`il see [שַׂמְאַל‎]


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