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Hebrew - English Dictionary

H7760 - Stedfastly

Strong's No.:H7760

Hebrew:שׂוּם

Transliteration:sûwm

Phonetic:soom

Word Origin:A primitive root

Bible Usage:X-(idiom) any {wise} {appoint} {bring} call [a {name]} {care} cast {in} {change} {charge} {commit} {consider} {convey} {determine} + {disguise} {dispose} {do} {get} {give} heap {up} {hold} {impute} lay ({down} {up}) {leave} {look} make ({out}) {mark} + {name} X-(idiom) {on} {ordain} {order} + {paint} {place} {preserve} {purpose} put ({on}) + {regard} {rehearse} {reward} (cause to) set ({on} {up}) {shew} + {stedfastly} {take} X-(idiom) {tell} + tread {down} ([over-]) {turn} X-(idiom) {wholly} work.

Part of Speech:Verb

Strongs
Definition:

to put (used in a great variety of {applications} {literally} {figuratively} inferentially and elliptically)


Brown Driver
Biggs Definition:

1. to put, place, set, appoint, make

a. (Qal)

1. to put, set, lay, put or lay upon, lay (violent) hands on

2. to set, direct, direct toward 1a

b. to extend (compassion) (fig)

1. to set, ordain, establish, found, appoint, constitute, make, determine, fix

2. to set, station, put, set in place, plant, fix

3. to make, make for, transform into, constitute, fashion, work, bring to pass, appoint, give

c. (Hiphil) to set or make for a sign

d. (Hophal) to be set


Bible References:
Stedfastly

Translation
Occurrences:
appoint ( 11 )
appointed ( 7 )
bring ( 1 )
brought ( 4 )
called ( 1 )
care ( 2 )
cast ( 1 )
change ( 1 )
charged ( 1 )
commit ( 1 )
consider ( 8 )
considered ( 2 )
convey ( 1 )
determined ( 1 )
disposed ( 2 )
done ( 1 )
down ( 1 )
gave ( 4 )
gavest ( 1 )
get ( 1 )
give ( 5 )
given ( 1 )
had ( 1 )
holdeth ( 1 )
impute ( 1 )
in ( 1 )
laid ( 35 )
laidst ( 1 )
lay ( 23 )
layest ( 1 )
layeth ( 4 )
made ( 49 )
make ( 65 )
makest ( 3 )
maketh ( 8 )
named ( 1 )
on ( 4 )
ordain ( 1 )
ordained ( 2 )
ordereth ( 1 )
painted ( 1 )
place ( 1 )
placed ( 2 )
preserve ( 1 )
purposed ( 1 )
put ( 145 )
puttest ( 2 )
putteth ( 5 )
putting ( 1 )
regard ( 1 )
regarded ( 1 )
regarding ( 1 )
rehearse ( 1 )
rewarded ( 1 )
set ( 117 )
settest ( 1 )
setteth ( 1 )
shed ( 1 )
shew ( 1 )
shewed ( 1 )
stedfastly ( 1 )
take ( 2 )
told ( 1 )
took ( 1 )
turn ( 1 )
turned ( 1 )
turneth ( 2 )
up ( 14 )
well ( 3 )
will ( 1 )
wrought ( 1 )

 

Definitions are taken from Strong's Exhaustive Concordance
by James Strong (S.T.D.) (LL.D.) 1890.