tohar: clearnessOriginal Word: טֹ֫הַרPart of Speech:
Brown-Driver-Briggs טֹּ֫הַר noun [masculine] purity, purifying
1 purity, כְּעֶצֶם הַשָּׁמַיִם לָטֹּ֫הַר Exodus 24:10 (JE), as the body of heavens for purity.
2 suffix יְמֵי טָהֳרָהּ Leviticus 12:4,6 the days of her purifying (menstruation).
[טֳהָר] (see Ges§ 10. 2. B), or [טְהָר] (Ol§ 173 b Bö§ 386),
noun [masculine] clearness, lustre (dubious word; below טֹהַר Hup Pe SS; so Thes, reading מִטָּהֳרוֺ) — only הִשְׁבַּתָּ מִטֳּהָרוֺ Psalm 89:45; De Hup Pe Sch thou hast made (him) to cease from his lustre; ᵑ6 ᵑ9 made his lustre to cease, so AE Ki and others reading noun מִטְהָרוֺ or מִטְּהָרוֺ (dagesh forte according to Ges§ 20. 2. 2 b), and SchrSK 1868, 642 who reads הִשְׁבַּתָּה טְהָרוֺ; Gr proposes עטרתוֺ his crown; Bae מַטֶּה מִיָּדוֺ sceptre from his hand.
clearness, glory, purifying
From taher; literally brightness; ceremonially purification -- clearness, glory, purifying.
see HEBREW taher