Verb « To Sing » in Hebrew

lashir / shar / shar

שָׁר / שָׁר / לָשִׁיר



Conjugation of the verb « To Sing » in Hebrew

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Verb to sing in hébrew - PAAL / פָּעַל Group



Conjugation of the verb « To Sing » in Hebrew

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Paal – « פָּעַל » Group
לָשִׁיר
שָׁר
שָׁר
To Sing
lashirm
shar
shar
verb : To Sing - שָׁר / שָׁר / לָשִׁיר - lashir / shar / shar
Present
Past
Future
Impérative
שָׁר
shar
שָׁרָה
sharah
שָׁרִים
sharim
שָׁרוֹת
sharot
אֲנִי / אַתָּה / הוּא
hou / atah / ani
אֲנִי / אַתְּ / הִיא
hi / at / ani
אֲנַחְנוּ / אַתֶּם / הֵם
hèm / atèm / ana'hnou
אֲנַחְנוּ / אַתֶּן / הֵן
hèn / atèn / ana'hnou
שַׁרְתִּי
sharti
שַׁרְתָּ
sharta
שַׁרְתְּ
shart
שָׁר
shar
שָׁרָה
sharah
שַׁרְנוּ
sharnou
שַׁרְתֶּם
shartèm
שַׁרְתֶּן
shartèn
שָׁרוּ
sharou
שָׁרוּ
sharou
אֲנִי
ani
אַתָּה
atah
אַתְּ
at
הוּא
hou
הִיא
hi
אֲנַחְנוּ
ana'hnou
אַתֶּם
atèm
אַתֶּן
atèn
הֵם
hèm
הֵן
hèn
אָשִׁיר
ashir
תָּשִׁיר
tashir
תָּשִׁירִי
tashiri
יָשִׁיר
yashir
תָּשִׁיר
tashir
נָשִׁיר
nashir
תָּשִׁירוּ
tashirou
תָּשֵׁרְנָה
tashérnah
יָשִׁירוּ
yashirou
תְּשִׁירֶינָה
téshirèynah
אֲנִי
ani
אַתָּה
atah
אַתְּ
at
הוּא
hou
הִיא
hi
אֲנַחְנוּ
ana'hnou
אַתֶּם
atèm
אַתֶּן
atèn
הֵם
hèm
הֵן
hèn
שִׁיר
shir
שִׁירִי
shiri
שִׁירוּ
shirou
שִׁירֶינָה
shirèynah
אַתָּה
atah
אַתְּ
at
אַתֶּם
atèm
אַתֶּן
atèn


The verb « שׁיר »

verb: To Sing

is a verb of the « PAAL / פָּעַל » group



The root of the verb is: « שׁ-י-ר »

« שׁיר / shar »


  • לָשִׁיר (lashir) - PAAL verb: to sing.
  • לְשׁוֹרֵר (léshorèr) - PIEL verb: write poetry.
  • מוּשָׁר (moushar) -HOUFAL verb: to be sung.
  • שִׁיר (shir) - Masculine noun: song; poem.
  • שִׁירָה (shirah) - Feminine noun: poetry, verse; singing.

The root “שׁ-י-ר” evokes the concept of song and poetry, covering various aspects of vocal and written artistic expression.

It also includes terms for various aspects of remnant and residue, related to the concept of what remains after division or separation.

Overall, the root "שׁ-י-ר" covers a wide range of concepts related to vocal and written art, as well as the concept of remainder or residue.