5430. seon
Strong's Concordance
seon: sandal, boot (of a soldier)
Original Word: סְאוֹן
Part of Speech: Noun Masculine
Transliteration: seon
Phonetic Spelling: (seh-own')
Definition: sandal, boot (of a soldier)
NAS Exhaustive Concordance
Word Origin
probably of foreign origin
sandal, boot (of a soldier)
NASB Translation
boot (1).

[סְאוֺן ?] noun [masculine] sandal, boot of soldier (probably loan-word from Assyrian šênu, shoe, sandal (of leather), DlHWB 634 WklTel Amarna, Glossary, whence (denominative) šênu, put on sandals Dll.c.; compare Aramaic סֵינָא, , , sandal (verb denominative ); Ethiopic sandal); — probably construct כָּלסְֿאוֺן סֹאֵן Isaiah 9:4 every boot of one tramping (absolute Du al).

Strong's Exhaustive Concordance

From ca'an; perhaps a military boot (as a protection from mud -- battle.

see HEBREW ca'an

Forms and Transliterations
סְאוֹן֙ סאון sə’ōwn sə·’ō·wn seOn
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Englishman's Concordance
Isaiah 9:5
HEB: כִּ֤י כָל־ סְאוֹן֙ סֹאֵ֣ן בְּרַ֔עַשׁ
NAS: For every boot of the booted warrior
KJV: For every battle of the warrior
INT: For every boot of the booted the tumult

1 Occurrence

Strong's Hebrew 5430
1 Occurrence

sə·’ō·wn — 1 Occ.

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