sederah: row, rank (of soldiers)Original Word: שְׂדֵרוֹתPart of Speech:
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from the same as sederDefinition
row, rank (of soldiers)NASB Translation
planks (1), ranks (3).
] noun feminine 1. row, rank of soldiers in line
2 architectural term. (probably for סְדֵרָה, see above and compare Ba§ 92 a); — only plural absolute שְׂדֵרוֺת 2 Kings 11:8; 2Chronicles 23:14, רֹת- 1 Kings 6:9; 2 Kings 11:15; —
1 rows, ranks, 2 Kings 11:8, and 2 Kings 11:15 2Chronicles 23:14 (where thought to be gloss by Benz, on account of מִבַּיִת, within).
2 technical term of building, גֵּבִים וּשְׂדֵרֹת בָּאֲרָוִים 1 Kings 6:9, meaning unknown.
From an unused root meaning to regulate; a row, i.e. Rank (of soldiers), story (of rooms) -- board, range.