7904. shakah
Strong's Concordance
shakah: perhaps to roam
Original Word: שָׁכָה
Part of Speech: Verb
Transliteration: shakah
Phonetic Spelling: (shaw-kaw')
Short Definition: lusty
[שָׁכָה, so most] verb Hiph`il Participle as adjective in סוּסִים מוּזָנִים מַשְׁכִּים הָיוּ Jeremiah 5:8 usually, horses... roaming at large they have become (compare Ethiopic ); — but meaning lustful needed; Aq Theod ἔλκοντες, Jerome trahentes (that is, genitalia), i.e. משְׁכִים; read with Arnheim Du Dr מַאֲשָׁכִים, i.e. fed stallions (literally growing אֲשָׁכִים, Leviticus 21:20; compare מַקְרִין, מַפְרִים).

Strong's Exhaustive Concordance

A primitive root; to roam (through lust) -- in the morning (by mistake for shakam).

see HEBREW shakam

Forms and Transliterations
מַשְׁכִּ֣ים משכים maš·kîm mashKim maškîm
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Englishman's Concordance
Strong's Hebrew 7904
1 Occurrence

maš·kîm — 1 Occ.

Jeremiah 5:8
HEB: סוּסִ֥ים מְיֻזָּנִ֖ים מַשְׁכִּ֣ים הָי֑וּ אִ֛ישׁ
NAS: They were well-fed lusty horses,
KJV: horses in the morning: every one
INT: horses were well-fed lusty become Each

1 Occurrence

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