7886. Shiloh
Strong's Concordance
Shiloh: perhaps "he whose it is," a Messianic title
Original Word: שִׁילֹה
Part of Speech: noun
Transliteration: Shiloh
Phonetic Spelling: (shee-lo')
Short Definition: Shiloh
NAS Exhaustive Concordance
Word Origin
of uncertain derivation
Definition
perhaps "he whose it is," a Messianic title
NASB Translation
Shiloh (1).

Brown-Driver-Briggs
שִׁילֹה Genesis 49:10, apparently noun, but probably = שֶׁלּוֺ he whose it is, or that which belongs to him, see infra; views are: (1) שִׁיל (= שָׁלִיל, Late Hebrew embryo, + suffix הֹ֯ = his son, ᵑ7 Jerome Rabb Calv); -2שִׁלוּ, שִׁילוֺ proper name, of a location (q. v.) Herder De and most (until recently); (3) proper name of Messiah, AV RV Münster (1534) on basis of Talmud Sanh 98:b; groundless; -4 Jerome שׁלה = שָׁלֻחַ, qui mittendus est; (5) שֶׁלֹּה = לוֺ + שֶׁ, ᵑ7Onk whose is the kingdom, ᵑ6 whose it is, so Aphr Ephr ᵐ5 ἕως ἂν ἔλθῃ τὰ ἀποκείμενα αὐτῷ (Manuscripts ᾧ ἀπόκειται); so Samaritan שלה, compare אֲשֶׁר לוֺ הַמִּשְׁמָּט Ezekiel 21:32, Aq Symm Theod Saad; this reading best, but exact translation not certain; see DrJPhil. xiv (1885), 1 ff. Gn. 418 ff. BrMP 95 ff., intr. 238 ff. PoznanvskiSchiloh (1904).

שׁילל

see שׁלל.

Strong's Exhaustive Concordance
Shiloh

From shalah; tranquil; Shiloh, an epithet of the Messiah -- Shiloh.

see HEBREW shalah

Forms and Transliterations
שִׁילֹ֔ו שילו shiLo šî·lōw šîlōw
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Strong's Hebrew 7886
1 Occurrence


šî·lōw — 1 Occ.

Genesis 49:10
HEB: [שִׁילֹה כ] (שִׁילֹ֔ו ק) וְל֖וֹ
NAS: Until Shiloh comes,
KJV: until Shiloh come;
INT: until comes Shiloh him the obedience of the peoples

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