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Old Testament Hebrew Lexical Dictionary
Strong's #5737 - עָדַר
1) to help
1a) (Qal) to help
2) to hoe
2a) (Niphal) to be hoed
3) to be lacking, fail
3b1) to be lacking
3b1) to leave lacking
3b) (Piel) to leave lacking
Jeff Benner, Ancient Hebrew Research Center Used by permission of the author.
עָדַר not used in Kal; Arabic غدر to desert perfidiously; III. to desert.
(1) to be left behind, to remain, 2 Samuel 17:22.
(2) to be wanting, lacking, 1 Samuel 30:19; Isaiah 40:26, 59:15.
Piel עִדֵּר to suffer anything to be wanting, 1 Kings 5:7.
[This and the following are blended in Thes.]
(1) to set in order, to arrange, to dispose, as an army in battle array, 1 Chronicles 12:38. With the word for battle omitted, verse 33 1 Chronicles 12:33. Hence עֵדֶר.
(2) From the Chaldee usage, to weed, Isaiah 5:6, 7:25 (Syriae ܥܶܕܪܳܐ a plough); whence מַעְדֵּר a hoe. Hence
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