Abarim Publications' online Biblical Hebrew Dictionary
The root צחר (shr) isn't used as verb in the Bible, but in Arabic it means to dry up of become yellow (sun-dried). In the Bible the following derivatives exist:
- The masculine noun צחר (sahar) thought to denote something of a tawny color; between yellow-gray and reddish-brown (Ezekiel 27:18 only).
- The adjective צחר (sahor), meaning tawny (Judges 5:10 only).