Word Summary
sechoq: laughter, derision, sport
Original Word: שְׂחוֹק
Transliteration: sechoq
Phonetic Spelling: (sekh-oke')
Part of Speech: Noun Masculine
Short Definition: laughter, derision, sport
Meaning: laughter, derision, sport
Strong's Concordance
derision, laughter, to scorn, mocked, sport

Or schoq {sekh-oke'}; from sachaq; laughter (in merriment or defiance) -- derision, laughter(-ed to scorn, -ing), mocked, sport.

see HEBREW sachaq


H7814. sechoq

שְׂתוֺק שְׂחֹק,noun [masculine] laughter, derision, sport (properly infinitive construct); — absolute שְׂחֹקJeremiah 48:26 5t.; construct Ecclesiastes 7:6; absolute שְׂחוֺקJeremiah 20:7 7t.; —

1 laughter (joyous) Job 8:21 ("" תְּרוּעָה‎), Psalm 126:2 ("" דִנָּה‎), Ecclesiastes 2:2 ("" שִׂמְחָה‎), 10:19 ("" שִׂמֵּחַ‎); as hollow Proverbs 14:13 (opposed to כָּאַב‎), Ecclesiastes 7:3 (opposed to כַּעַס‎), compare ׳שׂ הַבְּסִיל7:6.

2 (object of) derision, לִשׂ ׳הָיָה‎, Jeremiah 20:7; 48:26-27, (read ׳לִשׂ‎ for ᵑ9 ᵑ6 ᵐ5 ׳הַשּׂ ᵑ0‎ Gie Du; Co strike out vv), 48:39; Lamentations 3:14; elsewhere Job 12:4 (twice in verse)

3 sport Proverbs 10:23.