6289. parur
Strong's Concordance
parur: perhaps beauty
Original Word: פָארוּר
Part of Speech: Noun Masculine
Transliteration: parur
Phonetic Spelling: (paw-roor')
Definition: perhaps beauty
NAS Exhaustive Concordance
Word Origin
perhaps from paar
perhaps beauty
NASB Translation
pale (2).

מָּארוּר noun [masculine] meaning dubious; only ׳קִבְּצוּ פ Nahum 2:11; Joel 2:6; Thes, all faces gather a glow (glow with dread, from assumed √ פאר), so We Now; AE Hi and others gather in (their) beauty (√ I. פאר; grow pale); Vrss AV gather blackness (from מָּרוּר a pot !), see Dr; all very uncertain.

Strong's Exhaustive Concordance

From pa'ar; properly, illuminated, i.e. A glow; as noun, a flush (of anxiety) -- blackness.

see HEBREW pa'ar

Forms and Transliterations
פָארֽוּר׃ פארור׃ faRur p̄ā·rūr p̄ārūr
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Englishman's Concordance
Joel 2:6
HEB: פָּנִ֖ים קִבְּצ֥וּ פָארֽוּר׃
NAS: faces turn pale.
KJV: all faces shall gather blackness.
INT: faces turn pale

Nahum 2:10
HEB: כֻלָּ֖ם קִבְּצ֥וּ פָארֽוּר׃
NAS: their faces are grown pale!
KJV: of them all gather blackness.
INT: and all are grown pale

2 Occurrences

Strong's Hebrew 6289
2 Occurrences

p̄ā·rūr — 2 Occ.

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