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Strong's #3195 - יְטוּר

probably from the same as (H2905)
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Jetur = “enclosed”

1) a son of Ishmael whose descendants warred with Israel east of the Jordan

1a) also called ‘Ituraea’

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KJV (3)
Genesis 1
1 Chronicles 2
NAS (3)
Genesis 1
1 Chronicles 2
HCS (3)
Genesis 1
1 Chronicles 2
BSB (3)
Genesis 1
1 Chronicles 2
ESV (3)
Genesis 1
1 Chronicles 2
WEB (3)
Genesis 1
1 Chronicles 2
Brown-Driver-Briggs Expanded Definition
 יְטוּר proper name, masculine and

of a people (perhaps connected etymologically with טִירָה see Genesis 25:16) — a 'son' of Ishmael Genesis 25:15 = 1 Chronicles 1:31 #NAME? 1 Chronicles 5:19; Ἰτουραῖοί τε καὶ Ἄραβες Strabo xvi, 2,18, Ἰτουραίους Joseph Ant. xiii. 11, 3ed. Niese; they gave name to their region, which was, substantially, Anti-Lebanon, compare τῆς Ἰτουραίας καὶ Τραχωνίτιδος χώρας Luke 3:1; on יְטוּר and (later) proper name, of a territory Ituraea, see especially GASm Geogr. 544ff. and reff.

מוֺתָר noun masculine Proverbs 14:23 abundance, pre-eminence; —

1 abundance, plenty מוֺתָ֑ר Proverbs 14:23; Proverbs 21:5 (in both opposed to מַחְסוֺר).

2 pre-eminence, superiority, מוֺתַר הָאָדָם מִןהַֿבְּהֵמָה אָ֔יִן Ecclesiastes 3:19 the superiority of man over beast is nothing.

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Gesenius' Hebrew and Chaldee Definition

יְטוּר (prob. i.q. מִירָה “an enclosure,” “an encampment of Nomades,” from the root טוּר of the form יְקוּם), pr.n. Jetûr, a son of Ishmael, Genesis 25:15; 1 Chronicles 1:31 and his descendants the Iturœans, dwelling beyond Jordan, near the foot of Hermon, and on the eastern shore of the sea of Galilee, 1 Chronicles 5:19, 20 1 Chronicles 5:20, the region which was afterwards the province of Ituræa (Luc. iii. 1; Relandi Palæstina, p. 106), at present the district of Jeiןr (جيدور, Burckhardt’s Travels in Syria, p. 447). More has been said on this subject by Ilgen on the book of Job, p. 93, 94, and Fr. Münter in Progr. de Rebus Ituræorum ad Luc. iii. 1; Hafniæ, 1824, 4to.

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List of Word Forms
וִיט֥וּר ויטור יְט֥וּר יטור viTur wî·ṭūr wîṭūr yə·ṭūr yeTur yəṭūr