Old Testament Hebrew Lexical Dictionary
Strong's #8266 - שָׁקַר
Jeff Brenner, Ancient Hebrew Research Center Used by permission of the author.
שָׁקַר fut. יִשְׁקֹר. to lie, followed by a dat. of pers. to deceive any one, Genesis 21:23. (The primary idea is perhaps that of colouring, compare شقر to be red, شُقْرَةُ red colour, paint, falsehood; see Tsepregi, in Diss. Lugdd. p. 115; compare the kindred שָׁרֹק.)
Piel, to lie, 1 Samuel 15:29 followed by בְּ of pers. Leviticus 19:11 also, בְּ of thing, to deceive; שִׁקֵּר בִּבְרִית to deceive in a covenant, i.e. perfidiously to break a covenant, Psalms 44:18 בֶּאֱמוּנָה to be false to one’s faith, Psalms 89:34 without an acc. id. Isaiah 63:8.
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