2914. techor
Strong's Concordance
techor: tumors (a result of dysentery)
Original Word: טְחֹר
Part of Speech: Noun Masculine
Transliteration: techor
Phonetic Spelling: (tekh-ore')
Definition: tumors (a result of dysentery)
NAS Exhaustive Concordance
Word Origin
from an unused word
Definition
tumors (a result of dysentery)
NASB Translation
tumors (2).

Brown-Driver-Briggs
[טְחוֺר] noun masculine1Samuel 6:4 only plural tumours, result of dysentery (see Aramaic √) (so Aramaic טְחוֺרַיָּא, ) — chiefly Qr for Kt עפלים, עפלֵי hemorrhoids: namely טְחֹרִים Deuteronomy 28:27; 1 Samuel 5:6,9,12; טְחֹרֵי זֶהָב 1 Samuel 6:4; צַלְמֵי טְחֹרֵיכֶם 1 Samuel 6:5; twice it has found its way into the Kt טְחֹרֵי הַזָּהָב 1 Samuel 6:17, צַלְמֵי טְחֹרֵיהֶם 1 Samuel 6:11; WeSam. 27n., compare GeiUrschrift 408 f.

טטף (perhaps √ of following; meaning dubious; DlPr 46 compare Assyrian ‰a‰âpu, surround, encircle; Thes Di proposes √ טוף (compare Arabic go around, whence טוטפות = טפטפוֺת; Kn., following by KleinJPTh 1881, 673 and elsewhere, assumes √ טפף tap, strike, compare στίγμα, and thinks of actual sign or mark in the flesh as originally meant).

Strong's Exhaustive Concordance
emerod

From an unused root meaning to burn; a boil or ulcer (from the inflammation), especially a tumor in the anus or pudenda (the piles) -- emerod.

Forms and Transliterations
טְחֹרֵ֣י טְחֹרֵיהֶֽם׃ טחרי טחריהם׃ ṭə·ḥō·rê ṭə·ḥō·rê·hem techoRei techoreiHem ṭəḥōrê ṭəḥōrêhem
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1 Samuel 6:11
HEB: וְאֵ֖ת צַלְמֵ֥י טְחֹרֵיהֶֽם׃
NAS: and the likenesses of their tumors.
KJV: and the images of their emerods.
INT: the golden and the likenesses of their tumors

1 Samuel 6:17
HEB: וְאֵ֙לֶּה֙ טְחֹרֵ֣י הַזָּהָ֔ב אֲשֶׁ֨ר
NAS: are the golden tumors which
KJV: And these [are] the golden emerods which the Philistines
INT: These tumors are the golden which

2 Occurrences

Strong's Hebrew 2914
2 Occurrences


ṭə·ḥō·rê — 1 Occ.
ṭə·ḥō·rê·hem — 1 Occ.










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