Abarim Publications' online Biblical Hebrew Dictionary
The verb הדר (hadar) means to honor, adorn or glorify, but of its seven occurrences in the Bible, the majority deals with the relation between men (Leviticus 19:32, Lamentations 5:12). It also occurs in the Aramaic portions of the Bible, where it always means to glorify God (Daniel 4:34, 5:23). Its derivations are:
- The masculine noun הדר (heder), meaning splendor or glory (Daniel 11:20 only).
- The masculine noun הדר (hadar), meaning ornament (Proverbs 20:29, Ezekiel 16:14), splendor (Deuteronomy 33:17, Isaiah 5:14), or honor (Psalm 149:9, Micah 2:9).
- The feminine noun הדרה (hadara), meaning adornment, glory (1 Chronicles 16:29, Proverbs 14:28).