8410. tidhar
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tidhar: (name of a tree) probably elm
Original Word: תִּדְהָר
Part of Speech: Noun Masculine
Transliteration: tidhar
Phonetic Spelling: (tid-hawr')
Short Definition: box

NAS Exhaustive Concordance
Word Origin
from dahar
(name of a tree) probably elm
NASB Translation
box (1), box tree (1), tree (1).

תִּדְהָר noun [masculine] name of a tree, probably

elm (Syriac (or PS) LagBN 130 Löw71; Arabic Lane864 Dozyi. 432 (also ash, see Dozyib.); so Symm & ᵑ9 Isaiah 41:19; compare Di, where also other views, e.g. plane-tree (Rabb Che), or pine; — √dubious; Ges Isaiah 41:19 Thes derives from דהר endure inferred from Arabic time, but this questionable; perhaps a loan-word), בְּרוֺשׁ תִּדְהָר וּתְאַשּׁוּר יַחְדָּו Isaiah 41:19 = Isaiah 60:13.


Apparently from dahar; enduring; a species of hard-wood or lasting tree (perhaps oak) -- pine (tree).

see HEBREW dahar

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