7994. shalak
Strong's Concordance
shalak: (bird of prey) probably cormorant
Original Word: שָׁלָךְ
Part of Speech: Noun Masculine
Transliteration: shalak
Phonetic Spelling: (shaw-lawk')
Definition: (bird of prey) probably cormorant
NAS Exhaustive Concordance
Word Origin
from shalak
Definition
(bird of prey) probably cormorant
NASB Translation
cormorant (2).

Brown-Driver-Briggs
שָׁלָךְ noun [masculine] bird of prey, probably cormorant (as hurling itself from above; — compare Thes1419 DiLv TristrNHB 252 McLean-ShipleyEncy.Bib.CORMORANT); — Deuteronomy 14:17; Leviticus 11:17; (P).

Strong's Exhaustive Concordance
cormorant

From shalak; bird of prey, usually thought to be the pelican (from casting itself into the sea) -- cormorant.

see HEBREW shalak

Forms and Transliterations
הַשָּׁלָ֖ךְ הַשָּׁלָֽךְ׃ השלך השלך׃ haš·šā·lāḵ hashshaLach haššālāḵ
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Leviticus 11:17
HEB: הַכּ֥וֹס וְאֶת־ הַשָּׁלָ֖ךְ וְאֶת־ הַיַּנְשֽׁוּף׃
NAS: and the little owl and the cormorant and the great owl,
KJV: And the little owl, and the cormorant, and the great owl,
INT: and the little and the cormorant and the great

Deuteronomy 14:17
HEB: הָרָחָ֖מָה וְאֶת־ הַשָּׁלָֽךְ׃
NAS: the carrion vulture, the cormorant,
KJV: and the gier eagle, and the cormorant,
INT: the pelican the carrion the cormorant

2 Occurrences

Strong's Hebrew 7994
2 Occurrences


haš·šā·lāḵ — 2 Occ.










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