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Bible Usage:


  • Included in Eastons: No
  • Included in Hitchcocks: No
  • Included in Naves: No
  • Included in Smiths: No
  • Included in Websters: Yes
  • Included in Strongs: Yes
  • Included in Thayers: Yes
  • Included in BDB: Yes

Strongs Concordance:

Webster's 1828 Dictionary

SHUT, verb transitive pretand participle passive shut.

1. To close so as to hinder ingress or egress; as, to shut a door or gate; to shut the eyes or the mouth.

2. To prohibit; to bar; to forbid entrance into; as, to shut the ports of the kingdom by a blockade.

Shall that be shut to man, which to the beast

Is open? Milton.

3. To preclude; to exclude.

But shut from every shore. Dryden.

4. To close, as the fingers; to contract; as, to shut the hand.

To shut in, to inclose; to confine.

2. Spoken of points of land, when by the progress of a ship, one point is brought to cover or intercept the view of another. It is then said, we shut in such a point, we shut in the land; or one point shuts in another.

To shut out, to preclude from entering; to deny admission to; to exclude; as, to shut out rain by a tight roof. An interesting subject occupying the mind, shuts out all other thoughts.

To shut up, to close; to make fast the entrances into; as, to shut up a house.

2. To obstruct.

Dangerous rocks shut up the passage. Raleigh.

3. To confine; to imprison; to lock or fasten in; as, to shut up a prisoner.

4. To confine by legal or moral restraint.

Before faith came, we were kept under the law, shut up to the faith, which should afterwards be revealed. Galatians 3:23.

5. To end; to terminate; to conclude.

When the scene of life is shut up, the slave will be above his master, if he has acted better. Collier.

SHUT, verb intransitive To close itself; to be closed. The door shuts of itself; it shuts hard. Certain flowers shut at night and open in the day.

SHUT, participle passive

1. Closed; having the entrance barred.

2. adjective Rid; clear; free.

SHUT, noun

1. Close; the act of closing; as the shut of a door; the shut of evening. [Little used.]

2. A small door or cover; But shutter is more generally used.

Smith's Bible Dictionary
Shuthalhites, the

Hitchcock's Names Dictionary

plant; verdure; moist; pot

Naves Topical Index

1. Son of Ephraim
Numbers 26:35-36; 1 Chronicles 7:20

2. Son of Zabad
1 Chronicles 7:21

Smith's Bible Dictionary

(noise of breaking), head of an Ephraimite family, called after him Shuthalhites, (Numbers 26:35) and lineal ancestor of Joshua the son of Numb (1 Chronicles 7:20-27)

Webster's 1828 Dictionary

SHUT'TER, noun

1. A person that shuts or closes.

2. A door; a cover; something that closes a passage; as the shutters of a window.

Webster's 1828 Dictionary

SHUT'TING, participle present tense Closing; prohibiting entrance; confining.

Naves Topical Index

Webster's 1828 Dictionary

SHUT'TLE, noun [from the root of shoot; Ice. skutul.] An instrument used by weavers for shooting the thread of the woof in weaving from one side of the cloth to the other, between the threads of the warp.

Webster's 1828 Dictionary

SHUT'TLE-COCK, noun [shuttle and cock or cork.] A cork stuck with fethers, used to be struck by a battledore in play; also, the play.