Old Testament Hebrew Lexical Dictionary
Strong's #8278 - שְׂרָד
1) plaited or braided work
Jeff Brenner, Ancient Hebrew Research Center Used by permission of the author.
שְׂרָד m., a coat of mail; and thence a kind of cloth or stuff, like a coat of mail, made of threads by means of needles (Germ. Jilet). Of this the curtains of the tabernacle were made (compare שָׁבַץ); whence בִּגְדֵי שְׂרָד Exodus 31:10, 35:19 39:1, 41 Exodus 39:41. Compare Chald. סְרָדִין curtains; so called from the kind of cloth of which they were made; סְרָדָא sieve; Sam. שׂרדה according to Castell, i.q. وشى a variegated garment. Incorrectly rendered by LXX. στολαὶ λειτουργικαί, as if it had been בגדי שׁרת; but garments are not intended, but curtains, hangings.
the Seventh Week after Easter