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Old Testament Hebrew Lexical Dictionary
Strong's #5849 - עָטַר
1) to surround
1a) (Qal) to surround
2) to crown, give a crown
2a) (Piel) to crown
2b) (Hiphil) crown-bestower (participle)
Jeff Benner, Ancient Hebrew Research Center Used by permission of the author.
עָטַר (cognate to the verb כָּתַר which see), to surround, whether in a hostile manner (followed by אֶל), 1 Samuel 23:26 or for protection, followed by two acc. Ps. 5:13.
Piel עִטֵּר to surround with a crown, to crown, followed by two acc. Psalms 8:6, 65:12 103:4 (metaph.); followed by a dat. of pers. Song of Solomon 3:11.
Hiphil, i.q. Piel; Isaiah 23:8, צֹר הַמַּעֲטִירָה “Tyre, the crowning,” i.e. distributing crowns, or diadems, from the royal dignity in the Phœnician colonies resting on the authority of the senate of Tyre. Hence
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