free while helping to build churches and support pastors in Uganda.
Click here to learn more!
Old Testament Hebrew Lexical Dictionary
Strong's #08593 - תַּעַר
1) razor, sheath (making naked)
1b) sheath (of sword)
1365) ro (אהר AhR) AC: Bare CO: Skin AB: ?: The pictograph o is a picture of the eye, the r is a picture of a man. Combined these mean "see a man". When the enemy is captured, he is stripped of his clothes to the skin and carefully watched.
V) ero (אהרה AhRH) - I. Uncover:To remove the covering. II. Empty:To remove the contents of a container or destroy a city. KJV (15): (vf: Niphal, Hiphil, Hitpael, Piel, Participle) uncover, discover, empty, rase, destitute, naked, pour, spread - Strongs: H6168 (עָרָה)
Nm) rfo (אהור AhWR) - Skin: The skin of men or animals as well as leather made from animal skins. Also the husk of a seed. [Hebrew and Aramaic] KJV (100): skin, hide, leather, chaff - Strongs: H5784 (עוּר), H5785 (עוֹר)
Jeff Benner, Ancient Hebrew Research Center Used by permission of the author.
תַּעַר m. (f. Isaiah 7:20?) with suff. תַּעְרִי pr. making naked, emptying (for תַּעֲרֶה from the root עָרָה)
(1) a razor (pr. a naked thin plate, or making the skin bare), Numbers 6:5, 8:7 Isaiah 7:20. תַּעַר הַסֹּפֵר a writer’s pen-knife, with which he sharpens his reed, Jeremiah 36:23.
(2) the sheath of a sword (perhaps so called from emptiness, see the root Piel, No. 3). 1 Samuel 17:51; Ezekiel 21:8, 10 Ezekiel 21:10, 35 Eze 21:35 Jeremiah 47:6.
the First Week of Advent