Word Summary
shaqar: to do or deal falsely
Original Word: שָׁקַר
Transliteration: shaqar
Phonetic Spelling: (shaw-kar')
Part of Speech: Verb
Short Definition: to do or deal falsely
Meaning: to do or deal falsely
Strong's Concordance
fail, deal falsely, lie

A primitive root; to cheat, i.e. Be untrue (usually in words) -- fail, deal falsely, lie.


H8266. shaqar

[שָׁקַר‎] verb denominative do or deal falsely; —

Qal Imperfect2masculine singular; תִּשְׁקֹרGenesis 21:23 thou wilt not do falsely to me (׳לִ‎).

Pi`el Perfect1plural נוּ שִׁקַּ֫רְPsalm 44:18; Imperfect3masculine singular יְשַׁקֵּר1 Samuel 15:29; 3masculine plural יְשַׁקֵּ֑רוּIsaiah 63:8, etc; — deal falsely 1 Samuel 15:29; Isaiah 63:8, with ב‎ person Leviticus 19:11 ("" כחשׁ‎); with ב‎ of thing Psalm 44:18; 89:34.

שִׁקֲתוֺת שֹׁקֶת,‎ see שׁקה‎. שֹׁר‎see שׁרר‎.


proper name, masculine see שַׂרְאֶ֫צֶר

שׁרב‎ (√ of following, parch; Late Hebrew שָׁרַבbe scorched (by sun), שָׁרָבparching heat (of sun); Ecclus 43:22 שרב ן דשparched grass; Aramaic שְׁרֵיב שְׁרב,‎, , , be parched, שְׁרבheat, drought: compare probably also Assyrian proper name, of divinity Šarrabu(-pu) ZimKAT3. 415; > compare Arabic mirage [RobBR i. 42] GesIsaiah 35:7 and others; see against this especially CheIntrod. Is. 269).