Word Summary
shul: skirt (of a robe)
Original Word: שׁוּל
Transliteration: shul
Phonetic Spelling: (shool)
Part of Speech: Noun Masculine
Short Definition: skirt (of a robe)
Meaning: a skirt, a bottom edge
Strong's Concordance
hem, skirt, train

From an unused root meaning to hang down; a skirt; by implication, a bottom edge -- hem, skirt, train.


H7757. shul

[שׁוּל‎] noun masculineIsaiah 6:1 skirt, of robe; — plural construct שׁוּלֵיExodus 28:34+; suffix שׁוּלַיִךְNahum 3:5 +, שׁוּלָיוIsaiah 6:1 +, שׁוּלֶיהָLamentations 1:9; — skirts; of ׳י‎s train, in vision Isaiah 6:1; elsewhere of city personified as woman, in phrase of ignominy, שׁוּלַיִךְ חָשַׂפְתִּיJeremiah 13:26, שׁ ׳גִּלֵּתִי עַלמָּֿנַיִךְNahum 3:5, שׁ ׳נִגְּלוּ ׳ונוJeremiah 13:22; of defilement, ׳בְּשׁ טֻמְאָתָהּLamentations 1:9; of high priest's robe Exodus 28:33 (twice in verse); 28:34 = 39:24-25, 26 (all P).

שׁוֺלָל‎ see שׁלל‎.