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Old Testament Hebrew Lexical Dictionary Hebrew Lexicon
Strong's #2682 - חָצִיר
1) grass, leek, green grass, herbage
1b) of the quickly perishing (figuratively)
2197) ryh (ההתסר HhTsR) AC: Blow CO: Yard AB: ?: When the trumpets from the city are sounded as an alarm of invasion, the inhabitants of the surrounding fields and villages, or yards, go to the protection of the walled city. [from: yh- enclosing]
Nf1) eryh (ההתסרה HhTsRH) - Yard: The villages outside of the larger cities as the yard of the city. Also a courtyard as outside the house. [df: hrze] KJV (9): settle, court - Strongs: H5835 (עֲזָרָה)
bm ) riyh (ההתסיר HhTsYR) - I. Yard:The villages outside of the larger cities as the yard of the city. Also a courtyard as outside the house. II. Grass:A plant used as food for men and animals as grown in the yard. KJV (22): court, grass, hay, herb, leeks - Strongs: H2681 (חָצִיר), H2682 (חָצִיר)
Jeff Benner, Ancient Hebrew Research Center Used by permission of the author.
1 grass, as food for animals 1 Kings 18:5; Job 40:15; Psalm 104:14; Psalm 147:8; Proverbs 27:25 ("" דֶּשֶׁא and עֵשֶׂב), Isaiah 15:6 ("" דֶּשֶׁא and יֶרֶק); specifically of leeks (as still sometimes in Aramaic, see Löw pp. 226,228) Numbers 11:5 (see Di); in simile of abundant growth Isaiah 44:4 (see ᵐ5 Ew Che); on Isaiah 35:7 see I. חָצִיר above
2 as type of what is quickly perishing Job 8:12, hence figurative of perishing enemies חֲצִיר גַּגּוֺת Isaiah 37:27 = 2 Kings 19:26 ("" דֶּשֶׁא, עֵשֶׂב), Psalm 129:6, i.e. having no depth of root; of wicked, soon to be cut down Psalm 37:2; with special reference to Israel's oppressors Isaiah 40:6 ("" [השׂרה] ציץ), Isaiah 40:7 ("" id.), Isaiah 40:7; Isaiah 40:8 ("" id.), Isaiah 51:12; in simile of frail man Psalm 90:5; man's days Psalm 103:15 ("" ציץ השׂדה).
IV. חצר (assumed as √ for reduplication חצרצר whence following; meaning unknown; perhaps onomatopoetic, see Thes Ol§§ 82c.188 a Sta§124 b; see also Lag Or ii.18).