Word Summary
caker: to shut up, stop up
Original Word: סָכַר
Transliteration: caker
Phonetic Spelling: (saw-kar')
Part of Speech: Verb
Short Definition: to shut up, stop up
Meaning: to shut up, to surrender
Strong's Concordance
stop, give over

A primitive root; to shut up; by implication, to surrender -- stop, give over. See also cagar, sakar.

see HEBREW cagar

see HEBREW sakar


H5534. caker

I. [סָכַר‎] verb shut up, stop up (Aramaic סְכַר‎, shut up, stop up, dam up; Arabic fill, stop up, dam (river), etc., also also close, stop up door, Lane1390; Assyrian sikêru, dam up, II. 2. stop ears; compare sikkuru, bolt DlHWB 499; apparently kindr. with סגר‎; — hence Egyptian t&213;akar, barrier, Bondi88); —

Niph`al Imperfect3masculine singular וגו מִּי ׳יִסָּכֵר‎ Psalm 63:12 the mouth of liars shall be stopped; 3 masculine plural וַיִּסָּֽכְרוּGenesis 8:2 (P) and the springs of the deep etc., were shut up.

Pi`el Perfect בְּיַד אֶתמִֿצְרַיִם וְסִכַרְתִּ֫יIsaiah 19:4 and I will shut up (deliver) Egypt into the hand of, etc. (compare מגן סגר,‎).