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Old Testament Hebrew Lexical Dictionary

Strong's #713 - אַרְגָּמָן

Transliteration
'argâmân
Phonetics
ar-gaw-mawn'
Origin
of foreign origin
Parts of Speech
Noun Masculine
TWOT
157b
Definition
Brown-Driver-Briggs'

1) purple, red-purple

Greek Equivalent Words:
Strong #: 4210 ‑ πορφυροῦς (por‑foo‑rooce');  4209 ‑ πορφύρα (por‑foo'‑rah);  
Frequency Lists  
  1. Book
  2. Word
KJV (38)
Exodus
26
Numbers
1
Judges
1
2 Chronicles
2
Esther
2
Proverbs
1
Song of Solomon
2
Jeremiah
1
Ezekiel
2
NAS (40)
Exodus
26
Numbers
1
Judges
1
2 Chronicles
2
Esther
2
Proverbs
1
Song of Solomon
4
Jeremiah
1
Ezekiel
2
HCS (38)
Exodus
26
Numbers
1
Judges
1
2 Chronicles
2
Esther
2
Proverbs
1
Song of Solomon
2
Jeremiah
1
Ezekiel
2
BSB (38)
Exodus
26
Numbers
1
Judges
1
2 Chronicles
2
Esther
2
Proverbs
1
Song of Solomon
2
Jeremiah
1
Ezekiel
2
ESV (10)
Numbers
1
Judges
1
2 Chronicles
2
Esther
2
Proverbs
1
Jeremiah
1
Ezekiel
2
WEB (38)
Exodus
26
Numbers
1
Judges
1
2 Chronicles
2
Esther
2
Proverbs
1
Song of Solomon
2
Jeremiah
1
Ezekiel
2
Verse Results
Ancient Hebrew Lexicon Definitions

1440) cr (רג RG) AC: Trample CO: Rug AB: Thought: The pictograph r is a picture of the head of a man, the c is a picture of a foot. Combined these mean "man of feet". The treading underfoot of something. A woven rug as something tread upon. (eng: rug - as woven and trampled on; harangue; wrong)

A) cr (רג RG) AC: ? CO: ? AB: Thought: A weaving of thoughts in the mind.

Nm) cr (רג RG) - Thought: [df: er] KJV (2): thoughts - Strongs: H7454 (רֵעַ)

fjm ) nficr (רגיונ RGYWN) - Thought: [Aramaic only] [df: Nwyer] KJV (6): thoughts - Strongs: H7476 (רַעְיוֹן)

C) cra (ארג ARG) AC: Weave CO: ? AB: ?: A woven rug that is laid on the floor of the tent for walking on.

V) cra (ארג ARG) - Weave: KJV (13): (vf: Paal) weave, weaver - Strongs: H707 (אָרַג)

Nm) cra (ארג ARG) - Beam: A weavers beam. KJV (2): beam, shuttle - Strongs: H708 (אֶרֶג)

jm) nfcra (ארגונ ARGWN) - Purple: A reddish-purple color used to dye yarn and used in weaving. [Hebrew and Aramaic] KJV (4): purple, scarlet - Strongs: H710 (אַרְגְּוָן), H711 (אַרְגְּוָן)

pmm) nmcra (ארגמנ ARGMN) - Purple: A reddish-purple color used to dye yarn and used in weaving. KJV (38): purple - Strongs: H713 (אַרְגָּמָן)

F) cre (הרג HRG) AC: Trample CO: ? AB: ?: The trampling over of another with the intent to kill.

V) cre (הרג HRG) - Kill: KJV (167): (vf: Paal, Niphal, Pual) slay, kill, murderer, destroy, murder, slayer - Strongs: H2026 (הָרַג)

Nm) cre (הרג HRG) - Slaughter: KJV (5): slaughter, slain - Strongs: H2027 (הֶרֶג)

Nf1) ecre (הרגה HRGH) - Slaughter: KJV (5): slaughter - Strongs: H2028 (הֲרֵגָה)

L) cri (ירג YRG) AC: Trample CO: Sledge AB: ?

Nf ) cri (ירג YRG) - Sledge: A wooden sled pulled behind oxen that tramples over the grain to open the hulls. [df: heyry] KJV (54): curtain - Strongs: H3407 (יְרִיעָה)

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Jeff Brenner, Ancient Hebrew Research Center Used by permission of the author.
Gesenius' Hebrew and Chaldee Definition

אַרְגָּמָן m.

(1)  purple, reddish purple, a precious colour, obtained from some species of shell-fish (Gr. πορφύρα, Lat. purpura), found on the shores of the Mediterranean sea (1Ma_4:23 Plin. N.H. ix. 60, seq.). Compare under the word אֱלִישָׁה, and Bochart, Hieroz. ii. 740 seq.; Braunius, De Vestitu Sacerdotum, page 211, seq.; Amati, De Restitutione Purpurarum, third edition, Cesenæ, 1784; Heeren, Hist. Werke, xi. p. 84. Different from this is bluish purple תְּכֵלֶת which see. בֶּגֶד אַרְנָּמָן “a purple cloth,” Numbers 4:13.

(2) any thing dyed with purple, purple cloths, Exodus 25:26, 27 Exodus 25:27; Ezekiel 27:16; Proverbs 31:22; Jeremiah 10:9.

The origin is uncertain. If it properly denotes the muscle, from which the reddish, purple is procured (and this is probable, since תְּכֵלֶת also properly signifies a shell-fish), one might understand a ridged or pointed muscle (such as is the form of the purpura), from רָגַם, رجم to heap; if the name refer to the colour, רָגַם may be the same as רָקַם to variegate, to dye with colours. Bochart, loc. cit. regards this word as contracted from אֲרַמְגָּוָן Syrian colour, from אֲרָס Syria, and ܓܰܘܢܳܐ colour; but this is contrary to the manner of compound words in the Phœnicio-Shemitic languages, in which the genitive does not precede, but follows the nominative. Some compare the modern Persic ارجوان, ارغوان used of a flower of a purple colour; but there can be no doubt that this word has been borrowed from the Phœnicio-Shemitic languages.

[“Note. The etymology of this word, and of the cognate אַרְגְּוָן has been traced, with great probability, by F. Benary, in the Sanscrit; Annal. Lit. Berol. 1841, page 141. The form אַרְגָּמָן is Sansc. râgaman, and אַרְגְּוָן is Sanscr. râgavan, ‘tinged with a red colour;’ from râga red colour, with the formative syllable mat, vat. See Wilson’s Sanscr. Dictionary, page 700, a. Râgaman and râgavan are put in the nom., the primary form being râgamat, râgavat.” Ges. add.]

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List of Word Forms
אַרְגָּמָ֑ן אַרְגָּמָ֨ן אַרְגָּמָֽן׃ ארגמן ארגמן׃ בָּאַרְגָּמָ֤ן בארגמן הָֽאַרְגָּמָ֑ן הָֽאַרְגָּמָ֔ן הָאַרְגָּמָ֗ן הארגמן וְאַרְגָּמָ֑ן וְאַרְגָּמָ֔ן וְאַרְגָּמָ֖ן וְאַרְגָּמָ֛ן וְאַרְגָּמָ֜ן וְאַרְגָּמָ֣ן וְאַרְגָּמָן֙ וְהָֽאַרְגָּמָן֙ וּבָֽאַרְגָּמָ֔ן וּבָֽאַרְגָּמָ֗ן וארגמן ובארגמן והארגמן כָּאַרְגָּמָ֑ן כארגמן ’ar·gā·mān ’argāmān argaMan bā’argāmān bā·’ar·gā·mān baargaMan hā’argāmān hā·’ar·gā·mān haargaMan kā’argāmān kā·’ar·gā·mān kaargaMan ū·ḇā·’ar·gā·mān ūḇā’argāmān uvaargaMan veargaMan vehaargaMan wə’argāmān wə·’ar·gā·mān wə·hā·’ar·gā·mān wəhā’argāmān
Old Testament Hebrew Lexical Dictionary developed by Jeff Garrison for StudyLight.org. Copyright 1999-2021. All Rights Reserved, Jeff Garrison, Gdansk, Poland.
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