the Week of Proper 20 / Ordinary 25
Old Testament Hebrew Lexical Dictionary Hebrew Lexicon
Strong's #2353 - חוּר
1) white cloth, white stuff
1181) rh (ההר HhR) AC: Burn CO: ? AB: ?: The pictograph h is a picture of a wall representing the outside. The r is a picture of a man. Combined these mean "outside man". A man outside in the desert sun becomes pale and hot.
Nm) rha (אההר AHhR) - I. After:A time to come beyond another event. [Hebrew and Aramaic] II. Other:A time, person or thing that follows after. KJV (878): after, follow, afterward, behind, other, another, next, following - Strongs: H310 (אַחַר), H311 (אַחַר), H312 (אַחֵר)
Nf4) tirha (אההרית AHhRYT) - End: The latter time as coming after everything else. [Hebrew and Aramaic] KJV (62): end, latter, last, posterity, reward, hindermost - Strongs: H319 (אַחֲרִית), H320 (אַחֲרִי)
- A2199 Brh (Waste, Sword)
- A2200 Crh (Tremble)
- A2201 Drh (Tremble)
- A2204 Krh (Roast, Grill)
- A2205 Lrh (Nettle)
- A2232 Rhu (Burn, Hemorrhoids)
Jeff Benner, Ancient Hebrew Research Center Used by permission of the author.
חוּר an unused root, the meaning of which was that of hollowing, boring, as shewn by the derivatives חוֹר, חוּר No. II, a hole, a cavern, and the proper names חֹרִי, חַוְרָן; compare some of the derivatives of the root خار, as خَوْرَانُ foramen ani, خَوْرُ the mouth of a river, bay of the sea. Kindred roots are כּוּר and غَارَ; whence מְעוּרָה, مَغَارَةُ, غَارُ a cavern.
I. חוּר & חֻר m. white and fine linen, from the root חָוַר. LXX. βύσσος. Esther 1:6, 8:15.
II. חוּר m.
(1) i.q. חוֹר No. II, a hole, as that of a viper, Isaiah 11:8 used of an abominable subterranean prison (Germ. Loch), Isaiah 42:22. Root חוּר No. II.
(2) [Hur], pr.n. of several men
(a) of a Midianite king, Numbers 31:8; Joshua 13:21.
(b) of the husband of Miriam, the sister of Moses, [on what authority does this description of Hur rest?], Exodus 17:10, 24:14.
(c) 1 Chronicles 2:19, 50 1 Chronicles 2:50, 4:1, 1 Chronicles 4:4 compare 1 Chronicles 2:20; Exodus 31:2.
(d) Nehemiah 3:9.
(e) 1 Kings 4:8.
I. חוֹר i.q. חוּר No. I, white linen. Pl. חֹרַי (poet. for חֹרִים) cloths of linen or byssus, Isaiah 19:9. Allied to this are Arab. حَرِيرُ white silk, Ethiopic ሐሪር፡ cotton, according to Ludolf. Lex. Ethiop. page 36. Root חָוַר.
II. חוֹר m.
(1) a hole, 2 Kings 12:10 used of a window, [Is not this rather, a hole in a door?], Song of Solomon 5:4 of the cavity of the eye, Zechariah 14:12.
(2) a cavern, Job 30:6; 1 Samuel 14:11 of a den of wild beasts, Nahum 2:13. Root חוּר.
Old Testament Hebrew Lexical Dictionary developed by Jeff Garrison for StudyLight.org.
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