Vigor, to grow
Shebna was a trusted royal scribe to Judah's King Hezekiah.
2Kings 18:18, 26, 37, 19:2, Isaiah 22:15, 36:3, 11, 22, 37:2
Spreader of light, darter of light
Shedeur was the father of Elizur who represented the tribe of Reuben when Moses took a census of all those, twenty and older, who could fight.
Numbers 1:5, 2:10, 7:30, 35, 10:18
A petition, request
Genesis 38:5, 11, 14, 26, 46:12, Numbers 26:20, 1Chronicles 1:18, 24, 2:3, 4:21
Peace of God, friend of God
A prince of the tribe of Simeon at the time of the Exodus.
Numbers 1:6, 2:12, 7:36, 41, 10:19
Strong's #8035, #G4590
Shem, whose name literally means "name," is spelled Sem in the King James New Testament (Luke 3:36). Shem was the second oldest of Noah's three sons who survived the flood. He lived a total of 600 years and is in the lineage of Jesus Christ.
Shem holds the Biblical record for witnessing the most generations of his family. His incredibly long post-flood lifespan allowed him to see ten generations! In fact, he lived long enough to witness Abraham's 149th birthday and Isaac's 49th!
Genesis 5:32, 6:10, 7:13, 9:18 - 27, 10:1, 21 - 31, 11:10 - 11, 1Chronicles 1:4, 17, 24, Luke 3:36
Jah has heard, heard by Jehovah
Shemaiah is the name of at least twenty-five individuals in the Old Testament. One of these, a prophet (2Chronicles 12:15), has his writings referenced in Scripture but not included within its pages.
1Kings 12:22, 1Chronicles 3:22, 4:37, 5:4, 9:14, 16, 15:8, 11, 24:6, 26:4, etc.
The prophet Samuel raised up a stone between Mizpeh and Shen to memorialize one of Israel's victories over the Philistines.
Bald, bare spot
Shepham was a city that demarked the most northeastern border of the Promised Land.
Numbers 34:10 - 11
Sherah was a daughter of Ephraim, the founder of one of Israel's twelve tribes. She founded the city of Uzzensheerah (Uzzen Sheerah) and Beth Horon in Canaan.
Shimei is the name of at least twenty Old Testament individuals.
Number 3:18, 2Samuel 16:5 - 13, 19:16 - 23, 1Kings 1:8, 2:8, 36 - 44, 4:18, 1Chronicles 3:19, etc.