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צחר

Abarim Publications' online Biblical Hebrew Dictionary

צחר

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).

Associated Biblical names

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