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Old Testament Hebrew Lexical Dictionary

Strong's #7649 - שָׂבֵעַ

Transliteration
śâbêa‛
Phonetics
saw-bay'-ah
Origin
from (H7646)
Parts of Speech
Adjective
TWOT
2231d
Definition
Brown-Driver-Briggs'

1) sated, satisfied, surfeited

1a) sated, abounding, satisfied

1b) surfeited (bad sense)

Greek Equivalent Words:
Strong #: 4134 ‑ πλήρης (play'‑race);  4140 ‑ πλησμονή (place‑mon‑ay');  
Frequency Lists  
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  2. Word
KJV (10)
Genesis
2
Deuteronomy
1
1 Samuel
1
1 Chronicles
1
Job
3
Proverbs
2
NAS (10)
Genesis
2
Deuteronomy
1
1 Samuel
1
1 Chronicles
1
Job
3
Proverbs
2
HCS (9)
Genesis
2
Deuteronomy
1
1 Samuel
1
1 Chronicles
1
Job
3
Proverbs
1
BSB (8)
Genesis
2
Deuteronomy
1
1 Samuel
1
1 Chronicles
1
Job
1
Proverbs
2
ESV (10)
Genesis
2
Deuteronomy
1
1 Samuel
1
1 Chronicles
1
Job
3
Proverbs
2
WEB (10)
Genesis
2
Deuteronomy
1
1 Samuel
1
1 Chronicles
1
Job
3
Proverbs
2
Verse Results
Ancient Hebrew Lexicon Definitions

2461) obx (סבאה SBAh) AC: Fill CO: Full AB: Satisfaction

V) obx (סבאה SBAh) - Fill: To fill full. [df: ebV] KJV (95): (vf: Paal, Hiphil, Piel) satisfy, fill, full, plenty, enough, satiate, suffice, insatiable, weary - Strongs: H7646 (שָׂבֵעַ)

Nm ) obx (סבאה SBAh) - I. Full:[df: ebV]II. Plenty:[df: ebV] KJV (18): plenty, plenteous, abundance, full, satisfied - Strongs: H7647 (שָׂבָע), H7649 (שָׂבֵעַ)

Nf1 ) eobx (סבאהה SBAhH) - Satisfaction: [df: hebV] KJV (6): fullness, satisfy, enough, full, sufficiently - Strongs: H7654 (שָׂבְעָה)

ef1 ) eobix (סיבאהה SYBAhH) - Full: [df: hebV] KJV (1): fullness - Strongs: H7653 (שִׂבְעָה)

gm ) obfx (סובאה SWBAh) - Full: [df: ebV] KJV (8): full, fullness, sufficed, satisfying - Strongs: H7648 (שׂבַע)

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Jeff Brenner, Ancient Hebrew Research Center Used by permission of the author.
Gesenius' Hebrew and Chaldee Definition

שָׂבֵעַ

(1)  to be or become satisfied or satiated (Arab. شَبِعَ id. I place the primary idea in abundance of drink; compare סָבָא; although in the common use of the language this verb is more employed as to food than as to drink) Frequently used of one satisfied with food, Deuteronomy 31:20; Ruth 2:14; Isaiah 44:16, etc.; more rarely of one who is so with drink, i.q. רָוָה Amos 4:8 hence used of a well-watered land, Proverbs 30:16; Psalms 104:16. It is ascribed to the soul (see ופְנְ No. 2 ), Ecclesiastes 6:3 and metaph. to the eye which is satisfied with seeing, Ecclesiastes 1:8 compare Isaiah 53:11; Psalms 17:15. Constr. absol. Hosea 4:10; Psalms 37:19 followed by an acc. of the thing, as שָׂבַע לֶחֶם to be satisfied with bread, Exodus 16:12; Job 27:14; Ecclesiastes 5:9 followed by מִן Proverbs 14:14, 18:20 Job 31:31 followed by בְּ Psalms 65:5, 88:4 followed by לְ before an inf., Ecclesiastes 1:8. Metaph. it is said, to be satisfied with money, Ecclesiastes 5:9 with shame, Lamentations 3:30; Habakkuk 2:16 with contempt, Psalms 123:4 with calamity, Psalms 88:4.

(2) Sometimes the notion of weariness and loathing is added, Isaiah 1:11; Job 7:4; Proverbs 25:17. שָׂבַע יָמִים to be full of days, 1 Chronicles 23:1; 2 Chronicles 24:15.

Piel, to satisfy, Ezekiel 7:19 followed by two acc. of pers. and thing, Psalms 90:14.

Hiphil, to satisfy; followed by an acc. of pers. Psalms 107:9 followed by two acc. of pers. and thing, Psalms 132:15 followed by מִן of the thing, Ezekiel 32:4 Ps. 81:17 followed by בְּ of thing, Psalms 103:5. Once followed by לְ of pers. and acc. of thing, Psalms 145:16. Metaph. Psalms 91:16.

Derivatives, the five following nouns

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List of Word Forms
בעה וְשָׂבֵ֑עַ וְשָׂבֵ֥עַ וּשְׂבַ֣ע וּשְׂבַ֥ע ושבע שְׂ֭בֵעָה שְׂבֵעִ֤ים שְׂבַ֣ע שְׂבַ֥ע שבע שבעים ḇê‘āh ḇê·‘āh śə·ḇa‘ śə·ḇê·‘îm śəḇa‘ śəḇê‘îm seVa seveIm ū·śə·ḇa‘ ūśəḇa‘ useVa veah vesaVea wə·śā·ḇê·a‘ wəśāḇêa‘
Old Testament Hebrew Lexical Dictionary developed by Jeff Garrison for StudyLight.org. Copyright 1999-2021. All Rights Reserved, Jeff Garrison, Gdansk, Poland.
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