meshi: (costly material for garments) perhaps silkOriginal Word: מֶ֫שִׁי
Part of Speech: Noun Masculine
Phonetic Spelling: (meh'-shee)
Short Definition: silk
NAS Exhaustive ConcordanceWord Origin
of uncertain derivation
(costly material for garments) perhaps silk
Brown-Driver-Briggsמֶ֫שִׁי noun [masculine] a costly material for garments, according to Rabb silk, (so NowArchaeology i. 124); whether this is based on actual tradition is dubious (etymology unknown); — absolute ׳מ Ezekiel 16:13 ("" שֵׁשׁ), מֶ֑שִׁי Ezekiel 16:10 ("" id.) See, further Thes Sm Da Berthol. ᵐ5 τρίχαπτα.
מֻשִׁי see מוּשִׁי.
Strong's Exhaustive Concordancesilk
From mashah; silk (as drawn from the cocoon) -- silk.
see HEBREW mashah
Forms and Transliterationsוָמֶ֙שִׁי֙ ומשי מֶֽשִׁי׃ משי׃ me·šî Meshi mešî vaMeshi wā·me·šî wāmešî
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Englishman's ConcordanceStrong's Hebrew 4897
me·šî — 1 Occ.
wā·me·šî — 1 Occ.
HEB: בַּשֵּׁ֔שׁ וַאֲכַסֵּ֖ךְ מֶֽשִׁי׃
NAS: and covered you with silk.
KJV: and I covered thee with silk.
INT: fine and covered silk