Old Testament Hebrew Lexical Dictionary
Strong's #234 - אַזְכָּרָה
1) memorial-offering, the portion of the meal (food) offering which is burned
V) rkz (זכר ZKR) - Remember: To remember in thought as a memorial or mention through speech. Also to act or speak on behalf of another. KJV (233): (vf: Paal, Niphal, Hiphil) remember, mention, remembrance, recorder, mindful, think, record - Strongs: H2142 (זָכַר)
Nm) rkz (זכר ZKR) - I. Memorial:A remembering and action based on a past even. II. Male:The one of the family that remembers and passes down the family history through story and family name. Also the one who acts and speaks for the family. III. Ram:The male member of the flock. [Aramaic only] [df: rkd] KJV (107): male, man, child, mankind, him, ram - Strongs: H1798 (דְּכַר), H2143 (זֶֶכֶר), H2145 (זָכָר)
dm ) rfkz (זכור ZKWR) - Male: The one of the family that remembers and passes down the family history through story and family name. Also the one who acts and speaks for the family. KJV (4): male, man - Strongs: H2138 (זָכוּר)
ejm) nfrkiz (זיכרונ ZYKRWN) - I. Memorial:A remembering and action based on a past even. II. Record:To remember something through documentation. [Hebrew and Aramaic] [df: Nwrkd Nrkd] KJV (27): memorial, remembrance, record - Strongs: H1799 (דִּכְרוֹן), H2146 (זִכָּרוֹן)
Jeff Brenner, Ancient Hebrew Research Center Used by permission of the author.
אַזְכָּרָה f., a verbal noun of the conj. Hiphil, from the root זָכַר, in the signification of sacrificing, Isaiah 66:3 properly a memorial (offering), that which calls to memory. LXX., Vulg. μνημόσυνον, memoriale. This was the name of that part of the meat-offering [מִנְחָה] which was burned with frankincense upon the altar; the sweet savour of which ascending to heaven, was regarded as commending to God the remembrance of the worshipper. [But it must be borne in mind that this, as well as every other part of the law, was ordained by God himself.] Leviticus 2:2,, 16 5:12 Numbers 5:26. Leviticus 24:7, the frankincense also put on the loaves of shew-bread is called אַזְכָּרָה.
the Sixth Week after Easter