6877. tseriach
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tseriach: perhaps excavation, underground chamber
Original Word: צְרִ֫יחַ
Part of Speech: Noun Masculine
Transliteration: tseriach
Phonetic Spelling: (tser-ee'-akh)
Short Definition: chamber

NAS Exhaustive Concordance
Word Origin
from an unused word
perhaps excavation, underground chamber
NASB Translation
cellars (1), inner chamber (3).

צְרִיחַ noun [masculine] perhaps excavation, underground chamber; — ׳צ absolute Judges 9:49, construct Judges 9:46; plural צְרִחִים 1 Samuel 13:6; — used as hiding-places 1 Samuel 13:6 (+ מְעָרוֺת, חֲוָחִים, סְלָעִים, בֹּרוֺת); as refuge Judges 9:46 (where connected with shrine), Judges 9:49 (Vrss stronghold; on uncertainty of meaning see GFM).

צֹרִי see I. צֹר. צֳרִי, צְרִי, צְרֻיָה see צרה. above,

צרך (√ of following; Late Hebrew צָרַךְ have need of; Arabic be needy, so Aramaic צְרַךְ, (צ, = !); Christian-Palestinian Aramaic χρεία).

high place, hold

From tsarach in the sense of clearness of vision; a citadel -- high place, hold.

see HEBREW tsarach

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