147. iddar
Strong's Concordance
iddar: a threshing floor
Original Word: אִדַּר
Part of Speech: Noun Feminine
Transliteration: iddar
Phonetic Spelling: (id-dar')
Definition: a threshing floor
NAS Exhaustive Concordance
Word Origin
(Aramaic) of foreign origin
Definition
a threshing floor
NASB Translation
threshing floors (1).

Brown-Driver-Briggs
[אִדַּר K§ 59 c)] noun masculine threshing-floor (ᵑ7 id., Syr; , compare Christian-Palestinian Aramaic SchulthLex.3; hence Arabic as loan-word Frä136; conjectures on etymology LagGes. Abh. 10 HoffmLCB 1882, 320 JenZA vii (1892). 216); — plural construct אִדְּרֵיקַֿיִט Daniel 2:35.

Strong's Exhaustive Concordance
threshing floor

(Aramaic) intensive, from a root corresponding to 'adar; ample, i.e. A threshing-floor -- threshingfloor.

see HEBREW 'adar

Forms and Transliterations
אִדְּרֵי־ אדרי־ ’id·də·rê- ’iddərê- idderei
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Daniel 2:35
HEB: כְּע֣וּר מִן־ אִדְּרֵי־ קַ֔יִט וּנְשָׂ֤א
NAS: from the summer threshing floors; and the wind
KJV: the summer threshingfloors; and the wind
INT: chaff of threshing the summer carried

1 Occurrence

Strong's Hebrew 147
1 Occurrence


’id·də·rê- — 1 Occ.










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