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Old Testament Hebrew Lexical Dictionary
Strong's #2906 - טוּר
1204) ru (תהר ThR) AC: Contain CO: Wall AB: ?: The pictograph u is a picture of a basket or other container, the r is a picture of a man. Combined these mean "contain man". A wall that contains one for protection or as a jail.
Jeff Benner, Ancient Hebrew Research Center Used by permission of the author.
טוּר an unused root, like the kindred roots דּוּר, תּוּר to surround (see Hartmann’s Linguist. Einleit. p. 82). Hence טוּר [טִירָה, יְטוּר].
(1) a wall around about, a fence, an inclosure. Ezekiel 46:23. (طَوْرُ a boundary, طَوَاُر a fence.)
(2) a row, as of precious stones. Exodus 28:17, seq.; 39:10, seq. [“Or of hewn stone, 1 Kings 7:12 also applied to a row of other things.”]
טוּר Ch. m. a mountain, a rock. Daniel 2:35, 45 i.q. Heb. צוּר. Syr. ܛܘܽܪܳܐ id. [“Arab. طُورُ.”]
the Week of Proper 15 / Ordinary 20