145. eder
Strong's Concordance
eder: glory, magnificence, a mantle, cloak
Original Word: אֶדֶר
Part of Speech: Noun
Transliteration: eder
Phonetic Spelling: (eh'-der)
Definition: glory, magnificence, a mantle, cloak
NAS Exhaustive Concordance
Word Origin
from adar
Definition
glory, magnificence, a mantle, cloak
NASB Translation
magnificent (1), robe* (1).

Brown-Driver-Briggs
אֶ֫דֶר noun [masculine]

1 glory, magnificence (Assyrian aduru, adiru) ironical of price of shepherd (symbolic) Zechariah 11:13.

2 mangle, cloak (as wide) Micah 2:8 ("" שַׂלְמָה), but read אדרת (ת lost before following ת), so WRSProph 427.

Strong's Exhaustive Concordance
goodly, robe

From 'adar; amplitude, i.e. (concrete) a mantle; also (figuratively) splendor -- goodly, robe.

see HEBREW 'adar

Forms and Transliterations
אֶ֖דֶר אֶ֣דֶר אדר ’e·ḏer ’eḏer Eder
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Englishman's Concordance
Micah 2:8
HEB: מִמּ֣וּל שַׂלְמָ֔ה אֶ֖דֶר תַּפְשִׁט֑וּן מֵעֹבְרִ֣ים
NAS: You strip the robe off
KJV: ye pull off the robe with
INT: with the garment the robe off passers-by

Zechariah 11:13
HEB: אֶל־ הַיּוֹצֵ֔ר אֶ֣דֶר הַיְקָ֔ר אֲשֶׁ֥ר
NAS: it to the potter, [that] magnificent price
KJV: it unto the potter: a goodly price
INT: to the potter magnificent price which

2 Occurrences

Strong's Hebrew 145
2 Occurrences


’e·ḏer — 2 Occ.










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