tsanaph: to wrap or wind up togetherOriginal Word: צָנַףPart of Speech:
NAS Exhaustive ConcordanceWord Origin
a prim. rootDefinition
to wrap or wind up togetherNASB Translation
attired (1), roll you tightly (1).
] verb wrap, or wind up, together
(compare Arabic hem
of garment, ᵑ7J צְנָפָא skirt
( = כָּנָף
); מַצְנֵפָא turban
, Christian-Palestinian Aramaic tassel
Qal Imperfect3masculine singular יִצְנֹף Leviticus 16:4 he shall wind (his head) with (ב) the turban ( מִצְנֶפֶת q. v.); suffix, + Infinitive absolute and accusative of congnate meaning with verb צָנוֺף יִצְנָפְךָ צְנֵפָה Isaiah 22:18 he will wind thee entirely up (with) a winding (under figure of ball, to be driven far off, in exile). — צנוף Isaiah 62:3 see following.
be attired, surely, violently turn
A primitive root; to wrap, i.e. Roll or dress -- be attired, X surely, violently turn.