tsohar: middayOriginal Word: צֹ֫הַרPart of Speech:
] [noun masculine]
only plural צָהֳרַ֫יִם midday, noon
, Deuteronomy 28:29
+, צָהֳרָ֑יִם Genesis 43:16
+(when sun mounts
its highest; on form as expanded plural (not dual) see Ges§ 88c
and references); — usually
1 noon as a specific time of day, 1 Kings 18:29; especially ׳בַּצּ at noon Genesis 43:16,25; Amos 8:9; 1 Kings 18:27; 1 Kings 20:16; Songs 1:7 (resting-time for flock), Jeremiah 6:4 (opposed to evening); ׳בְּעֵת צ Jeremiah 20:16 (distinguished from morning) as time of supposed security Jeremiah 15:8; Zephaniah 2:4; also ׳מֵהַבֹּקֶר וְעַד הַצּ 1 Kings 18:26, ׳עַדהַֿצּ 2 Kings 4:20; without ב, as adverb, ׳צ as time of prayer Psalm 55:18 (+בֹּקֶר, עֶרֶב); as time of wasting קֶטֶב Psalm 91:6; ׳מִשְׁכַּב הַצּ 2 Samuel 4:5 noonday repose.
2 noon, as bright, simile of happiness, blessing, Isaiah 58:10 (opposed to אֲפֵלָה), Psalm 37:6 ("" כָּאוֺר); compare Job 11:17 (Ges§ 133e); see also ׳בְּתוֺךְ הַצּ Isaiah 16:3 (opposed to צִלֵּךְ); ׳בַּצּ Deuteronomy 28:29; Isaiah 59:10; Job 5:14.
II. צֹ֫הַר noun feminine probably roof (compare Arabic, Assyrian, Tel Amarna back; > Thes Di and others light, window); — תַּעֲשֶׂה ׳צ לַתֵּבָה Genesis 6:16.
midday, noonday window
From tsahar; a light (i.e. Window): dual double light, i.e. Noon -- midday, noon(-day, -tide), window.
see HEBREW tsahar