4033. magor or magur
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magor or magur: a sojourning place, dwelling place, a sojourning
Original Word: מָגוּר
Part of Speech: Noun Masculine
Transliteration: magor or magur
Phonetic Spelling: (maw-goor')
Short Definition: sojourning

NAS Exhaustive Concordance
Word Origin
from gur
a sojourning place, dwelling place, a sojourning
NASB Translation
dwelling (1), pilgrimage (1), sojourning (2), sojournings (2), where he sojourned (1), where...had sojourned (1), where they sojourn (1), where they sojourned (1).

[מָגוֺר] noun [masculine] sojourning-place, dwelling-place, sojourning — suffix מְגוּרָ ם Psalm 55:16; plural construct מְגוּרֵי Genesis 37:1; suffix מְגוּרַי Genesis 47:9, מְגוּרָי֑ Psalm 119:54, מְגֻרֶיךָ Genesis 17:8; Genesis 28:4, מְגוּרָיו Job 18:19, מְגוּרֵיהֶם Genesis 36:7 2t. מְגֻרֵיהֶם Exodus 6:4; — dwelling-place Psalm 55:16; Job 18:19; — sojourning( -place), always plural ׳אֶרֶץ מ Genesis 17:8; Genesis 28:4; Genesis 36:7; Genesis 37:1; Exodus 6:4 (Hexateuch always P) Ezekiel 20:38; sojourning (plural) = life time, ׳שְׁנֵי מ Genesis 47:9 ׳יְמֵי מ Genesis 47:9; compare ׳בֵּית מ Psalm 119:54.

dwelling, pilgrimage, where sojourn, be a stranger

Or magur {maw-goor'}; from guwr in the sense of lodging; a temporary abode; by extension, a permanent residence -- dwelling, pilgrimage, where sojourn, be a stranger. Compare magowr.

see HEBREW guwr

see HEBREW magowr

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