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Old Testament Hebrew Lexical Dictionary
Strong's #5612 - סִפְרָה
1) book (noun feminine)
2) missive, document, writing, book (noun masculine)
2a1) letter (of instruction), written order, commission, request, written decree
2b) legal document, certificate of divorce, deed of purchase, indictment, sign
2c) book, scroll
2c1) book of prophecies
2c2) genealogical register
2c4) book (of poems)
2c5) book (of kings)
2c6) books of the canon, scripture
2c7) record book (of God)
2d) book-learning, writing
2d1) be able to read (after verb ‘to know’)
Nm) rpx (ספר SPR) - I. Scroll:A document or record written on a sheet of skin or papyrus and rolled up. [Hebrew and Aramaic] II. Census:A record of numbers. III. Scribe:One who records. [Aramaic only] KJV (12): book, roll, letter, evidence, bill, learning, register, scribe - Strongs: H5609 (סְפַר), H5610 (סְפָר), H5612 (סִפְרָה), H5613 (סָפַר)
Jeff Brenner, Ancient Hebrew Research Center Used by permission of the author.
סִפְרָה f. a book, i.q. סֵפֶר Psalms 56:9.
[סְפֹרָה (the actually occurring form), see סְפוֹרָה.]
the Sixth Week after Easter