8265. saqar
Strong's Concordance
saqar: to ogle
Original Word: שָׂקַר
Part of Speech: Verb
Transliteration: saqar
Phonetic Spelling: (saw-kar')
Short Definition: seductive
NAS Exhaustive Concordance
Word Origin
a prim. root
Definition
to ogle
NASB Translation
seductive (1).

Brown-Driver-Briggs
[שָׂקַר] verb Pi`el ogle (Aramaic סְקַר look at (ᵑ7 Job 20:9; Job 28:7), סַקְרָנִית looking about, ogling; eye with envy or hatred (e.g. 1 Samuel 18:9 ᵑ6); compare DeIs); — Participle feminine plural מְשַׂקְּרוֺת עֵינַיִם Isaiah 3:16 ogling of eyes (women of Jerusalem).

שַׂר see שׂרר.

Strong's Exhaustive Concordance
wanton

A primitive root; to ogle, i.e. Blink coquettishly -- wanton.

Forms and Transliterations
וּֽמְשַׂקְּר֖וֹת ומשקרות ū·mə·śaq·qə·rō·wṯ umesakkeRot ūməśaqqərōwṯ
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Strong's Hebrew 8265
1 Occurrence


ū·mə·śaq·qə·rō·wṯ — 1 Occ.

Isaiah 3:16
HEB: ק) גָּר֔וֹן וּֽמְשַׂקְּר֖וֹת עֵינָ֑יִם הָל֤וֹךְ
NAS: held high and seductive eyes,
KJV: necks and wanton eyes,
INT: afternoon heads and seductive eyes and go

1 Occurrence

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