7559. rasham
Strong's Concordance
rasham: to inscribe, note
Original Word: רָשַׁם
Part of Speech: Verb
Transliteration: rasham
Phonetic Spelling: (raw-sham')
Definition: to inscribe, note
NAS Exhaustive Concordance
Word Origin
a prim. root
to inscribe, note
NASB Translation
inscribed (1).

[רָשַׁם] verb inscribe, note (Late Hebrew id..; so Aramaic רְשַׁם, ; Arabic is loan-word NöZMG xxix (1875), 327 Frä137. 250); —

Qal Passive participle with art, as substantive הָרָשׁוּם בִּכְתָב אֱמֶת Daniel 10:21 that which is inscribed in the writing of truth.

רשׁע (√of following; opposed to צרק; compare Arabic be loose (of limbs) Kam Frey; whence perhaps be (disjoined), ill regulated, abnormal, wicked; Late Hebrew רָשָׁע criminal, רִשְׁעָה crime, verb Hiph`il (denominative) declare guilty; Aramaic רְשַׁע be wicked, Aph`el do wickedly, and derivatives; Ethiopic usually forget, loss often err, be wicked, wicked (loan-word from Syriac SchwZMG iii (1898), 135)).

רְשַׁם verb inscribe, sign (ᵑ7 Syr.; see Biblical Hebrew (once, late)); —

Pe`al Perfect3masculine singular ׳ר Daniel 6:10; 2masculine singular רְשַׁ֫מְתָּ Daniel 6:13; רְשַׁ֑מְתָּ Daniel 6:14; Imperfect2masculine singular (וְ)תִרְשֻׁם Daniel 6:9; — inscribe (probably with one's name, i.e.) sign, accusative כְּתָבָא Daniel 6:9; Daniel 6:10, אֱסָר Daniel 6:13; Daniel 6:14.

Pe`il Perfect3masculine singular רְשִׁים, subject כְּתָבא:

1 be inscribed, written, Daniel 5:24,25.

2 be signed Daniel 6:11.

Strong's Exhaustive Concordance

A primitive root; to record -- note.

Forms and Transliterations
הָרָשׁ֥וּם הרשום hā·rā·šūm haraShum hārāšūm
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Englishman's Concordance
Daniel 10:21
HEB: לְךָ֔ אֶת־ הָרָשׁ֥וּם בִּכְתָ֖ב אֱמֶ֑ת
NAS: I will tell you what is inscribed in the writing
KJV: I will shew thee that which is noted in the scripture
INT: However will tell is inscribed the writing of truth

1 Occurrence

Strong's Hebrew 7559
1 Occurrence

hā·rā·šūm — 1 Occ.

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