שָׁלַח Strong’s #7971 shelahh

Come now therefore, and I will send thee unto Pharaoh, that thou mayest bring forth my people the children of Israel out of Egypt.

Exodus 3:10

The Hebrew verb shelahh is used over 861 times in the Hebrew Bible and means “to send” in a wide variety of applications such as “to shoot,” “cast out,” “stretch out,” “send away,” “throw,” “go” and others. Several nouns are derived from this verbal root including shelahh (Strongs #7973) meaning a projectile, through the idea of “sending,” shilu’ahh (Strongs #7964) meaning a present which is sent to another and shul’hhan (Strongs #7979), meaning a table where food is sent.