8281. sharah
Strong's Concordance
sharah: to let loose
Original Word: שָׁרָה
Part of Speech: Verb
Transliteration: sharah
Phonetic Spelling: (shaw-raw')
Definition: to let loose
NAS Exhaustive Concordance
Word Origin
a prim. root
to let loose
NASB Translation
lets it loose (1), set you free (1).

I. [שָׁרָה] verb let loose (Late Hebrew id., dissolve; Assyrian šarû, Pi`el open (building, for use), dedicate it; tašrîtu, dedication; Oaram. שרה loose, so Aramaic שְׁרָא, ; Ethiopic remit, condone); —

Qal Imperfect3masculine singular suffix יִשְׁרֵ֫הוּ Job 37:3 he (God) lets it loose (i.e. the thunder).

Pi`el Perfect1singular suffix שֵׁרִיתִ֫ךָ Jeremiah 15:11 Qr I will set thee free (compare Jeremiah 40:4 ᵑ7 ᵑ6), but dubious; Kt שרותך (i.e. שָָׁרוֺתִךָ, √ שׁרר), Thes Gie I vex thee [שָׁרַר = צָרַר, very dubious]; Ew and others RV strengthen thee; this yields best sense, but as Aramaic שׁרר is intransitive, read then שֵׁרַרְתִּךָ or הֲשֵׁרוֺתִךָ, Dr; Jerome Rabb read שֵׁרִיתְךָ = שְׁאֵרִיתְךָ thy remnant (AV).

II. שׁרה (√ of following; compare Arabic be moist; Aramaic תְּרָא, id.; grape-juice; Late Hebrew שָׁרָא soften, dissolve; whence following properly = moisture (DiNu Dr§ 178 PatersonNu Hpt GrayNu), and so Assyrian mešru, succulence (HptPaterson Nu)).

Strong's Exhaustive Concordance

A primitive root; to free -- direct.

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