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Old Testament Hebrew Lexical Dictionary
Strong's #6937 - קָדַר
Jeff Benner, Ancient Hebrew Research Center Used by permission of the author.
(1) to be foul, turbid, used of streams, Job 6:16 hence to go in filthy garments, as mourners, Job 5:11; Jeremiah 14:2. Part. קֹדֵר Psalms 35:14, 38:7 42:10. (Arab. قَذِرَ, قَذُرَ to be squalid, and ىَدَرَ to be turbid, turbulent. Compare כָּדַר.)
(2) to be of a dirty, blackish colour, as of a sunburnt skin, Job 30:28 to be darkened, as the day, the sun, the moon, Jeremiah 4:28; Joel 2:10, 4:15 Micah 3:6.
(1) to cause to mourn, Ezekiel 31:15.
(2) to darken (the sun, or the stars), Ezekiel 32:7, Ezekiel 32:8.
Hithpael, to be darkened, (as the heaven), 1 Kings 18:45.
the Week of Proper 14 / Ordinary 19