6614. pethigil
Strong's Concordance
pethigil: perhaps an expensive robe
Original Word: פְּתִיגִיל
Part of Speech: Noun Masculine
Transliteration: pethigil
Phonetic Spelling: (peth-eeg-eel')
Short Definition: clothes
NAS Exhaustive Concordance
Word Origin
probably of foreign origin
perhaps an expensive robe
NASB Translation
fine clothes (1).

[מְּתִּיגִיל] noun [masculine] rich robe (?) (probably foreign word); — ׳פ absolute Isaiah 3:24, ᵐ5 χιτὼν μεσοπόρφυρος ᵑ9 fascia pectoralis.

Strong's Exhaustive Concordance

Of uncertain derivation; probably a figured mantle for holidays -- stomacher.

Forms and Transliterations
פְּתִיגִ֖יל פתיגיל pə·ṯî·ḡîl petiGil pəṯîḡîl
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Englishman's Concordance
Strong's Hebrew 6614
1 Occurrence

pə·ṯî·ḡîl — 1 Occ.

Isaiah 3:24
HEB: קָרְחָ֔ה וְתַ֥חַת פְּתִיגִ֖יל מַחֲגֹ֣רֶת שָׂ֑ק
NAS: Instead of fine clothes, a donning
KJV: baldness; and instead of a stomacher a girding
INT: A plucked-out Instead of fine A donning of sackcloth

1 Occurrence

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