2951. tiphsar
Strong's Concordance
tiphsar: a scribe, marshal
Original Word: טִפְסַר
Part of Speech: Noun Masculine
Transliteration: tiphsar
Phonetic Spelling: (tif-sar')
Definition: a scribe, marshal
NAS Exhaustive Concordance
Word Origin
of foreign origin
Definition
a scribe, marshal
NASB Translation
marshal (1), marshals (1).

Brown-Driver-Briggs
טִפְסָר noun [masculine] scribe, marshal (if meaning correct, then Assyrian loan-word, from dupsarru, tablet-writer, scribe, see LenLangue Primit. de la Chaldeve, 365 SchrCOT on Jeremiah 51:27, LotzTP 180; dupšarru, according to DlHWB 227) — plural suffix טַפְסְרַיִךְ Nahum 3:17 (as if from טַפְסֵר) thy scribes, marshals, of high officials of Nineveh; absolute singular מִּקְדוּ עָלֶיהָ טִפְסָר Jeremiah 51:27 appoint a marshal against her, i.e. against Babylon. — On military function of those skilled in writing compare שֹׁטֵר.

Strong's Exhaustive Concordance
captain

Of foreign derivation; a military governor -- captain.

Forms and Transliterations
וְטַפְסְרַ֖יִךְ וטפסריך טִפְסָ֔ר טפסר tifSar ṭip̄·sār ṭip̄sār vetafseRayich wə·ṭap̄·sə·ra·yiḵ wəṭap̄sərayiḵ
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Englishman's Concordance
Jeremiah 51:27
HEB: פִּקְד֤וּ עָלֶ֙יהָ֙ טִפְסָ֔ר הַֽעֲלוּ־ ס֖וּס
NAS: Appoint a marshal against
KJV: appoint a captain against her; cause the horses
INT: Appoint against A marshal her Bring the horses

Nahum 3:17
HEB: מִנְּזָרַ֙יִךְ֙ כָּֽאַרְבֶּ֔ה וְטַפְסְרַ֖יִךְ כְּג֣וֹב גֹּבָ֑י
NAS: are like the swarming locust. Your marshals are like hordes
KJV: [are] as the locusts, and thy captains as the great grasshoppers,
INT: your guardsmen the swarming your marshals hordes of grasshoppers

2 Occurrences

Strong's Hebrew 2951
2 Occurrences


ṭip̄·sār — 1 Occ.
wə·ṭap̄·sə·ra·yiḵ — 1 Occ.










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