2290. chagowr
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chagowr: apron
Original Word: חֲגוֹר
Part of Speech: Proper Name Masculine
Transliteration: chagowr
Phonetic Spelling: (khag-ore')
Short Definition: apron

חֲגוֺר noun [masculine] belt, gridle (distinct from אֵזוֺר waist-cloth, CheJer, in Pulpit Comm. (1883) 333; JeremLife and Times (1888) 161 RSJQ Jan. 1892, 289 ff.) — חֲגוֺר for sword 2 Samuel 20:8 (yet read probably חָגוּר, Th We Klo Dr), compare 1 Samuel 18:4; article of commerce Proverbs 31:24 (collective? or of a richly adorned girdle?).

חֲגוֺרָה noun feminine girdle, loin-covering, beltחֲגוֺרָה Isaiah 3:24; חֲגֹרָה 2 Samuel 18:11; 2 Kings 3:21; suffix חֲגֹרָתוֺ 1 Kings 2:5; Plural חֲגֹרֹת Genesis 3:7; — girdle, loin-covering Genesis 3:7 (J); as article of women's dress Isaiah 3:24; belt of warrior 1 Kings 2:5; 2 Kings 3:21 (׳חֹגֵר ח), compare 2 Samuel 18:11. — On חֲג֖וֺרָה Isaiah 32:11 see חְגַר 1

apron, armor, girdle

Or chagor {khag-ore'}; and (feminine) chagowrah {khag-o-raw'}; or chagorah {khag-o-raw'}; from chagar; a belt (for the waist) -- apron, armour, gird(-le).

see HEBREW chagar

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