2715. chor
Lexical Summary
chor: a noble
Original Word: חֹר
Transliteration: chor
Phonetic Spelling: (khore)
Part of Speech: Noun Masculine
Short Definition: a noble
Meaning: white, pure, noble
Strong's Concordance

Or (fully) chowr {khore}; from charar; properly, white or pure (from the cleansing or shining power of fire (compare choriy); hence (figuratively) noble (in rank) -- noble.

see HEBREW charar

see HEBREW choriy


H2715. chor

II. [חֹר‎] noun masculine1 Kings 21:8 noble, late, especially Nehemiah, see DrIntr 519 n. (see LagBN 32) **compare NöZMG lvii (1903), 416 — only plural חֹרִים21:8 6t., חוֺרִיםEcclesiastes 10:17; Nehemiah 6:17 3t.; suffix חֹרֶיהָIsaiah 34:12; — nobles in Naboth's city 1 Kings 21:8, 11 nobles of Judah, יְהוּדָה חֹרֵי‎; Jeremiah 27:20; 39:6; Nehemiah 6:17; 13:17, ׳הח והסגנים‎ (in Jerusalem) 2:16; 4:8; 4:13; 5:7; 7:5; Ecclesiastes 10:17, of Edom Isaiah 34:12. — I.חֹר‎, see II. חור‎.

III. חרר‎ (√ of following; see Assyrian —arâru, bore, pierce, —urru, hole, ravine DlPr 150, 182; Arabic hole or mouth of millstone; Late Hebrew חִרְחֵרbore pierce).


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