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Strong's #2561 - חֶמֶר
2175) rmh (ההמר HhMR) AC: Boil CO: Tar AB: ?: A dark, thick and slimy substance often called bitumen is released the bottom of water pools rising to the surface in bubbles (seen as a boiling) . This substance was used for waterproofing boats or other vessels as well as a type of mortar. [from: mh- a separating out of substances]
Jeff Benner, Ancient Hebrew Research Center Used by permission of the author.
חֲמַר noun masculine wine (ᵑ7 Syriac; Biblical Hebrew חֶמֶר (in poetry and late), √ I. חמר); — absolute ׳ח Ezra 6:9; Ezra 7:22; emphatic חַמָרָא Daniel 5:1. Daniel 5:2. Daniel 5:4. Daniel 5:23.
חֶמֶר m. wine, so called from its fermenting, Deuteronomy 32:14; Isaiah 27:2. See the root חָמַר No. 1. (Arab. خَمْرَةُ, Syr. ܚܰܡܪܐܳ id.)