the Fourth Week of Lent
Old Testament Hebrew Lexical Dictionary Hebrew Lexicon
Strong's #7911 - שָׁכֵחַ
1) to forget, ignore, wither
1a1) to forget
1a2) to cease to care
1b) (Niphal) to be forgotten
1c) (Piel) to cause to forget
1d) (Hiphil) to make or cause to forget
1e) (Hithpael) to be forgotten
2835) hks (סהכהה ShKHh) AC: Forget CO: ? AB: ?
V) hks (סהכהה ShKHh) - I. Forget:[Hebrew and Aramaic] II. Find:To find something forgotten or hidden. [Aramaic only] KJV (120): (vf: Paal, Niphal, Hiphil, Hitpael, Piel) forget, find - Strongs: H7911 (שָׁכֵחַ), H7912 (שְׁכַח)
Nm) hks (סהכהה ShKHh) - Forget: KJV (2): forget - Strongs: H7913 (שָׁכֵחַ)
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Qal86 Perfect 3 masculine singular ׳שׁ Psalm 9:13 +, suffix שְׁכֵחָ֑נִי Isaiah 49:14; 2 feminine singular שָׁכַחְתְּ Jeremiah 13:25; 1 plural suffix שְׁכַחֲנוּךָ Psalm 44:18, etc.; Imperfect יִשְׁכַּח Deuteronomy 4:31 +, etc.; Imperative feminine singular שִׁכְּחִי Psalm 45:11; Infinitive absolute שָׁכֹךְַ; Participle plural construct שֹׁכְחֵי Job 8:13; Psalm 50:22; — forget: 1 subject Prayer of Manasseh ,
a. accusative of thing Genesis 27:45 (E), Deuteronomy 4:9; Deuteronomy 9:7 (opposed to זָכַר) +, = forget and leave, ב of location, Deuteronomy 24:19; with object clause with כִּי Job 39:15; with מִן infinitive Psalm 102:5.
b. with accusative of person, involving forgetting to mention, Genesis 40:23 (E; opposed to זכר), ceasing to care for Jeremiah 30:14 (figurative), Isaiah 49:15 (twice in verse) (accusative omitted), Isaiah 49:15; Job 19:14; Psalm 45:11; with accusative Jerusalem Psalm 137:5a; יִשְׁכָּחֵהוּ רֶחֶם Job 24:20; absolute Psalm 137:5b ׃תִּשְׁכַּח יְמִינִי AE Ki supply הַמַּעֲשֶׂה or הַנִּגּוּן (whence AV her cunning), but forced: ᵐ5תִּשָּׁכַח; read probably (Gr Bu and others) תִּכְחַשׁ let it grow lean ( Psalm 109:24, compare Zechariah 11:17), or (Che) תְּכַחַשׁ let it disappoint (me), fail ( Habakkuk 3:17).
c. especially with accusative ׳י (God), Hosea 2:15; Hosea 8:14; Hosea 13:6; Judges 3:7; 1 Samuel 12:9; Isaiah 17:10; Deuteronomy 8:19 (׳שָׁכֹחַ תִּשׁ) + 16t. (5t. Deuteronomy , 4t. Jeremiah), + Psalm 59:12 (accusative omitted); also accusative of divine name Jeremiah 23:27 (בַּבַּעַל), Psalm 44:21; commands of ׳י Hosea 4:6; Deuteronomy 26:13 (accusative omitted) Psalm 119:16 7t. Psalm 119, his doings and ways, Psalm 119:139; Psalm 78:7; Psalm 78:11; Psalm 103:2; Psalm 106:13, his covenant Deuteronomy 4:23,31; 2 Kings 17:38; Proverbs 2:17; law of wisdom Proverbs 3:1, that is accusative בִּינָה Proverbs 4:6.
2 subject ׳י (God):
a. accusative of person Hosea 4:6; 1 Samuel 1:11 (opposed to זָכַר), Lamentations 5:20; Isaiah 49:14 ("" עָזַב), Psalm 10:12; Psalm 13:2; Psalm 42:10.
b. accusative of sins Amos 8:7; Psalm 10:11 (accusative omitted), cry Psalm 9:13 (opposed to זָכַר), compare, of distress, Psalm 44:25.
c. voice of foes Psalm 74:23.
d. followed by infinitive Psalm 77:10.
Niph`al Perfect 3 masculine singular נִשְׁכַּח Ecclesiastes 9:5, etc.; Imperfect יִשָּׁכַח Psalm 9:19,3feminine singular תִּשָּׁכֵחַ Jeremiah 20:11, etc.; Participle feminine singular נִשְׁכָּחָה Isaiah 23:16, נִשְׁכַּחַת Isaiah 23:15, plural נִשְׁכָּ חִים Job 28:4; — be forgotten: subject of thing Genesis 41:30 (E), Deuteronomy 31:21; Jeremiah 20:11; Jeremiah 23:40; Jeremiah 50:5; Isaiah 65:11; subject person Psalm 9:19; Psalm 31:13; Ecclesiastes 2:16, Tyre Isaiah 23:15,16 (under figure of harlot), subject זִכְרָם Ecclesiastes 9:5; מִנִּי רָ֑גֶל׳הַנִּשׁ Job 28:4.
Pi`el Perfect 3 masculine singular ׳וגו׳שִׁכַּח י Lamentations 2:6 ׳י hath caused to forget (be forgotten) in Zion assembly and sabbath.
Hiph`il Infinitive לְהַשְׁכִּיחַ Jeremiah 23:27 to make my people forget my name (2accusative).
Hithpa`el Ipmf. 3 masculine plural יִשְׁתַּכְּחוּ Ecclesiastes 8:10 they were forgotten in the city.
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שָׁכֵחַ (Isaiah 49:14; Proverbs 2:17), fut. יִשְׁכַּח to forget (perhaps cognate to the verb שָׁכָה), Genesis 27:45 followed by an acc. Genesis 40:23; Psalms 9:13 followed by מִן with an inf. Psalms 102:5 to leave something from forgetfulness, Deuteronomy 24:19. Men are often said to forget God, Deuteronomy 6:12, 32:18 Judges 3:7 or the law of God, Hosea 4:6 and, on the other hand, God is said to forget (not to care for) any one, Psalms 10:12; Isaiah 49:14 his mercy (to be unmindful of it), Psalms 77:10.
Niphal, to be forgotten, Genesis 41:30; Psalms 31:13; Job 28:4, נִשְׁכָּחִים מִנִּי רֶגֶל “forgotten of the foot,” i.e. void of aid of the feet. Pregn. Deuteronomy 31:21, לֹא תֻשָּׁכַח מִפִּי זַרְעוֹ “(this song) shall not be forgotten (nor cease) out of the mouth of their seed.”
Piel, Lamentations 2:6, and
Hiphil, Jeremiah 23:27, to cause to forget.
Hithpael, i.q. Niphal, Ecclesiastes 8:10. Hence
שָׁכֵחַ m. forgetting, forgetful, Isaiah 65:11. Pl. const. שְׁכֵחֵי Psalms 9:18.
Old Testament Hebrew Lexical Dictionary developed by Jeff Garrison for StudyLight.org.
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