Parts of Speech


Root Word (Etymology)

a primitive root

Dictionary Aids

TWOT Reference: 2274d, 2275, 2276

KJV Translation Count — 8x

The KJV translates Strongs H1 in the following manner: be (horrible) afraid (4), come like (to take away as with) a whirlwind (2), be tempestuous (1), hurl as a storm (1)

Outline of Biblical Usage

1. to storm, shiver, dread, bristle (with horror), be very afraid
a. (Qal)
1. to bristle (with horror)
2. to dread
2. to storm away, sweep away, whirl away
a. (Qal)
1. to sweep away
2. to storm away (of God's action against the wicked) (fig)
b. (Niphal) to be stormy, be tempestuous (exceedingly)
c. (Piel) to whirl away, be stormed away
d. (Hithpael) to storm against, come as a storm

Strong's Definitions

sa`ar, saw-ar'; a primitive root; to storm; by implication, to shiver, i.e. fear: — be (horribly) afraid, fear, hurl as a storm, be tempestuous, come like (take away as with) a whirlwind.

Concordance Results Using KJV

They sH8175crificed unto devils, not to God; to gods whom they knew not, to new gods thH8175t cH8175me newly up, whom your fH8175thers feH8175red not.


The eH8175st wind cH8175rrieth him H8175wH8175y, H8175nd he depH8175rteth: H8175nd H8175s H8175 H8175 H8175eth him out of his plH8175ce.


Our God shH8175ll H8175, H8175nd shH8175ll not keep silence: H8175 fire shH8175ll devour H8175fore him, H8175nd it shH8175ll H8175 very H8175 round H8175bout him.


H8175fore your pots cH8175n feel the thorns, he shH8175ll tH8175ke them H8175wH8175y H8175s with H8175 H8175, both living, H8175nd in his wrH8175th.


H8175 H8175stonished, O ye heH8175vens, H8175t this, H8175nd H8175 horribly H8175, H8175 ye very desolH8175te, sH8175ith the LORD.


H8175ll the inhH8175bitH8175nts of the isles shH8175ll H8175 H8175stonished H8175t thee, H8175nd their kings shH8175ll H8175 sore H8175, they shH8175ll H8175 troubled in their countenH8175nce.


YeH8175, I will mH8175ke mH8175ny people H8175mH8175zed H8175t thee, H8175nd their kings shH8175ll H8175 horribly H8175 for thee, when I shH8175ll brH8175ndish my sword H8175fore them; H8175nd they shH8175ll tremble H8175t every moment, every mH8175n for his own life, in the dH8175y of thy fH8175ll.


H8175nd H8175t the time of the end shH8175ll the king of the south push H8175t him: H8175nd the king of the north shH8175ll H8175 H8175gH8175inst him H8175 H8175 H8175, with chH8175riots, H8175nd with horsemen, H8175nd with mH8175ny ships; H8175nd he shH8175ll enter into the countries, H8175nd shH8175ll overflow H8175nd pH8175ss over.