7885. shayit
Strong's Concordance
shayit: a rowing
Original Word: שַׁיִט
Part of Speech: Noun Masculine
Transliteration: shayit
Phonetic Spelling: (shay'-yit)
Definition: a rowing
NAS Exhaustive Concordance
Word Origin
from shut
a rowing
NASB Translation
oars (1).

שַׁ֫יִט noun [masculine] rowing (as whipping, lashing the water); — only ׳אֳנִישֿׁ Isaiah 33:21 rowing vessel; — Isaiah 28:15 Kt see שׁוֺט. above


verb denominative row; — Participle plural שָׁטִים rowers Ezekiel 27:8; Ezekiel 27:26 (of Tyre as ship).

Strong's Exhaustive Concordance
oar, scourge

From shuwt; an oar; also (compare showt) a scourge (figuratively) -- oar, scourge.

see HEBREW shuwt

see HEBREW showt

Forms and Transliterations
שַׁ֔יִט שֹׁ֣וט שוט שיט ša·yiṭ šayiṭ Shayit Shot šō·wṭ šōwṭ
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Englishman's Concordance
Isaiah 28:15
HEB: [שִׁיט כ] (שֹׁ֣וט ק) שׁוֹטֵ֤ף
INT: have made A pact oar scourge when

Isaiah 33:21
HEB: בּוֹ֙ אֳנִי־ שַׁ֔יִט וְצִ֥י אַדִּ֖יר
NAS: boat with oars will go,
KJV: galley with oars, neither shall gallant
INT: will go boat oars ship mighty

2 Occurrences

Strong's Hebrew 7885
2 Occurrences

ša·yiṭ — 1 Occ.
šō·wṭ — 1 Occ.

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