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Old Testament Hebrew Lexical Dictionary
Strong's #01865 - דְּרוֹר
1089) rd (דר DR) AC: ? CO: Circle AB: ?: The pictograph d is a door representing a moving back and forth. The r is the head of a man. Combined these mean "the back and forth movement of man". A generation is one revolution of the family line. The Hebraic understanding of order is the continual cyclical process of life and death or renewal and destruction. This root can also have the meanings of circling around of something in a wide area or to cover a large area. (eng: adore - as honor)
bm) rida (אדיר ADYR) - Noble: Someone or something that is wide in authority or majesty. KJV (27): noble, excellent, mighty, principle, famous, gallant, glorious, goodly, lordly, worthies - Strongs: H117 (אַדִּיר)
V) rde (הדר HDR) - Swell: Someone or something that is wide in size or majesty. To honor. [Hebrew and Aramaic] KJV (10): (vf: Paal, Niphal, Hitpael) honour, countenance, crooked places, glorious, glorified, put forth - Strongs: H1921 (הָדַר), H1922 (הֲדַר)
Nm) rde (הדר HDR) - Honor: Someone or something that is swollen in size, pride or majesty. KJV (34): honour, majesty, glory, beauty, comeliness, excellency, glorious, goodly - Strongs: H1923 (הֲדַר), H1925 (הֶדֶר), H1926 (הָדָר)
Jeff Benner, Ancient Hebrew Research Center Used by permission of the author.
דְּרוֹר m. [but f. Psalms 84:4. Root דָּרַר]
(1) swift flight, gyration; hence concr. used of a bird wheeling in its flight; according to the Jewish interpreters the swallow (in the other member there is צִפּוֹר sparrow), according to the ancient versions the turtle dove, i.q. תֹּר, which appears less suitable, Psalms 84:4; Proverbs 26:2. Compare the root דָּרַר No. 1.
(2) a free or abundant flow (see the root No. 2). Exodus 30:23, מָר־דְּרוֹר myrrh which flows spontaneously. Hence
(3) liberty, freedom (comp. נָדַב, נְדָבָה), לְ קָרָא דְרוֹר to proclaim liberty to any one. Isaiah 61:1 Jerem. 34:8, 15 Jeremiah 34:15, 17 Jeremiah 34:17 followed by בְּ Leviticus 25:10. שְׁנַת הַדְּרוֹר the year of liberation (of slaves), i.q. the year of jubilee, Ezekiel 46:17.
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