Kevin W. Woodruff
cierpke at prodigy.net
Thu Mar 23 10:27:38 EST 2000
Shoa can be found in the following places:
Job 30:3; 30:14; 38:27; Psalm 35:8 (twice); 63:9; Proverbs 1:27; 3:25;
Isaiah 10:3; 47:11; Ezekiel 38:9; Zephaniah 1:15.
It is translated in the NIV as
3 times as ruin
2 times as desolate
2 times as storm
1 time as catastrophe
1time as destroyed
1 time as disaster
1 time as ruins
1 time as trouble
Brown, Driver, & Briggs suggest that it comes from the root "shaah" meaning
"to crash into ruins"
Hope this helps
At 09:46 AM 3/23/2000 -0500, you wrote:
>can the word Shoah be found in BH? And if so, what is the eytmology?
>Wondell M. Rachman
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