English is from Hebrew, Part 5

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Strong's
#:           8005 Transliteration:   shillem      

Meaning:   requital     

 

English:     shill
(?), shilling

Strong's
#:           8080 Transliteration:   shaman     

Meaning:   to
shine, i.e. be (make) oily or gross      

 

English:     shimmer,
shine 

Strong's
#:           8163 Transliteration:   sa'iyr or sa'ir      

Meaning:   shaggy,
he-goat, faun 

 

English:     satire,
satyr, satyriasis, satyrid      

Greek:        saturos      

Latin:         satyrus      

Strong's
#:           8164 Transliteration:   sa'iyr

Meaning:   a
shower (as tempestuous)   

 

English:     sate,
saturate, saturn, satisfy, satiate

Greek:        saturos      

Latin:         satis,
Saturnus, saturnalia

Strong's
#:           8295 Transliteration:   sarat 

Meaning:   to
gash      

Strong's
#:           8296 Transliteration:   saret or sareteth

Meaning:   an
incision

 

English:     saw,
serrate        

Latin:         serratus     

Strong's
#:           8226 Transliteration:   saphan      

Meaning:   to
conceal (as a valuable)    

Strong's
#:           5592 Transliteration:   caph 

Meaning:   a
vestibule (also a dish)       

 

English:     safe
(ME sauf)

Strong's
#:           8242 Transliteration:   saq   

Meaning:   a
mesh (as allowing a liquid to run through) i.e. coarse loose cloth; hence a bag
(for grain etc.)      

 

English:     sac,
sack    

Greek:        sakkos       

Latin:         saccus

Strong's
#:           8242 Transliteration:   saq   

Meaning:   a
mesh (as allowing a liquid to run through) i.e. coarse loose cloth; hence a bag
(for grain etc.)      

 

English:     sac,
sack    

Greek:        sakkos       

Latin:         saccus  

Strong's
#:           8256 Transliteration:   shaqam or shiqmah

Meaning:   sycamore  

 

English:     sycamore  

Greek:        sukumoros

Latin:         sycomorus

Strong's
#:           8319 Transliteration:   sharaq       

Meaning:   to
be shrill, i.e. to whistle or hiss  

 

English:     shriek

Strong's
#:           8415 Transliteration:   tehom or tehowm        

Meaning:   an
abyss, espec. the deep     

 

English:     tomb

Strong's
#:           8446 Transliteration:   tuwr 

Meaning:   to
meander (caus. guide)      

 

English:     tour 

Strong's
#:           8450 Transliteration:   towr 

Meaning:   a
bull         

 

English:     taurus,
taurine    

Greek:        tauros,
bull         

Latin:         tauros,
bull

Strong's
#:           8458 Transliteration:   tachbulah or tachbuwlah

Meaning:   steerage
(as management of ropes), i.e. guidance or (by impl.) a plan

 

English:     tack
(as sailing a boat)

Strong's
#:           8505 Transliteration:   takan

Meaning:   to
balance, i.e. measure out 

Strong's
#:           8506 Transliteration:   token         

Meaning:   a
fixed quantity, measure, scale    

 

English:     token

Strong's
#:           8496 Transliteration:   tok or towk        

Meaning:   oppression
:- deceit, fraud   

Strong's
#:           8630 Transliteration:   taqaph       

Meaning:   to
overpower :- prevail        

 

English:     take,
took 

Old
norse taka

Strong's
#:           8524 Transliteration:   talal

Meaning:   to
pile up, i.e. elevate 

Strong's
#:           8530 Transliteration:   talpiyah    

Meaning:   something
tall, i.e. slenderness     

 

English:     tall  

Strong's
#:           8535 Transliteration:   tam  

Meaning:   complete;
usually (morally) pious; specifically gentle, dear

 

English:     tame

 

 

 

Last Update:

04/15/09: Posted