שד

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Hebrew[edit]

Etymology 1[edit]

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From Proto-Semitic *ṯdʾ (breast, pap, teat). Cognate with Arabic ثَدْي(ṯady, breast) and Aramaic תַּדָּא(breast).

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שָׁד (shadm (dual indefinite שדיים \ שָׁדַיִם‎)

  1. A breast.
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Etymology 2[edit]

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Root
שׁ־ו־ד(š-w-d)

Compare Akkadian 𒀭𒆘 (šēdum, a protective deity).

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שֵׁד (shedm (plural indefinite שֵׁדִים‎, feminine counterpart שֵׁדָה‎)

  1. A demon, devil, fiend, sprite, bogey, fantom, genie, ghost, phantom, poltergeist, shade, spirit.
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שֹׁד (shodm

  1. defective spelling of שוד (“robbery”)

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Yiddish[edit]

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  • שעד(shed)Soviet phonetic spelling

Etymology[edit]

From Hebrew שֵׁד‎.

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Noun[edit]

שד (sheydm, plural שדים(sheydem), feminine שידה(sheyde) or שדיכע(sheydikhe)

  1. demon (in Jewish folklore)