Word Summary
sharar: enemy
Original Word: שָׁרַר
Transliteration: sharar
Phonetic Spelling: (shaw-rar')
Part of Speech: Verb
Short Definition: enemy
Meaning: to be hostile
Strong's Concordance

A primitive root; to be hostile (only active participle an opponent) -- enemy.


H8324. sharar

[שׁוֺרֵר‎] noun masculine (insidious) watcher, (properly

Po`l. Participle, ׳מְ‎ omitted, Ges§ 52s); — plural suffix שׁוֺרְרַיPsalm 56:3, שׁוֺרְרָ֑י5:9; 27:11, שֹׁרְרָ֑י54:7; 59:11; 92:12 see foregoing.

III. שׁור‎ (√ of following; Arabic is become raised, excited, leap, spring; Late Hebrew שׁוֺר‎ = Biblical Hebrew, = Sabean תֿור(ןׅ‎ SabDenkmNo. 12, 1. 3 DHMZMG xxxvii (1883), 329; Arabic , Aramaic תּוֺרָא‎, ; Nabataean תורא‎ as proper name, masculine Lzb384 (Greek ταῦρος, Latin taurus, English steer); Assyrian šûru, Ethiopic ).