Trough (שֹׁקֶת, shohketh, from שָׁקָה, to drink), a vessel of wood or stone for watering animals (Ge 24:20; Ge 30:38). SEE WELL. But in Ex 2:16 a different term (רֵהֵט, rahat, from the idea of owing;
"gutter," Ge 30:38,41) is employed for the same thing. SEE KNEADING-TROUGH.