qishshurim: bands, sashesOriginal Word: קִשֻּׁרִיםPart of Speech:
NAS Exhaustive ConcordanceWord Origin
bands, sashesNASB Translation
attire (1), sashes (1).
Brown-Driver-Briggs קִשֻּׁרִים noun [masculine]
plural bands, sashes, or other woman's ornament that is bound on: — absolute ׳ק Isaiah 3:20; suffix קִשֻּׁרֶיהָ Jeremiah 2:32 ("" עֶדְיָהּ; compare √
Pi`el Isaiah 49:18).
I. קשׁשׁ (√ of following; compare ᵑ7 קְשַׁשׁ be old (originally be dried up)?, Syriac be old; Jewish-Aramaic קַשִּׁישׁ old; Palmyrene קשישא name of office, perhaps elder; Late Hebrew קַשׁ stubble, straw (Löwp. 160), so Syriac , ᵑ7 קַשָּׁא (Exodus 15:7; Isaiah 40:24); Arabic is loan-word Frä137).
From qashar; an (ornamental) girdle (for women) -- attire, headband.
see HEBREW qashar