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Old Testament Hebrew Lexical Dictionary
Strong's #4059 - מִדַּד
1) (Piel) to make extension, continue
1280) dm (מד MD) AC: Stretch CO: Carpet AB: Continue: The pictograph m is a picture of water, the d is a picture of a tent door. Combined these mean "water at the door". A carpet was stretched out to cover the dirt floor of the tent. A bowl of water was located at the door so that one could wash his feet before stepping on the carpet. A garment as a rectangular piece of cloth, similar to a carpet, used as a covering for the body.
Nm ) dm (מד MD) - I. Carpet: II. Garment:A rectangular piece of cloth, similar to a carpet, used as clothing. III. Length:From the length of the garment, Also used as a measurement. KJV (12): garment, armour, measure, raiment, judgment, clothes - Strongs: H4055 (מֵד)
Nf1) edm (מדה MDH) - I. Garment: II. Length:From the length of the garment, also as a measurement. III. Tax:A measured amount. [Hebrew and Aramaic] KJV (59): measure, piece, stature, size, meteyard, garment, tribute, wide, toll, tribute - Strongs: H4060 (מִדָּה), H4061 (מִדָּה)
Jeff Benner, Ancient Hebrew Research Center Used by permission of the author.
מִדַּד m. flight, from the root נָדַד (compare fut. תִּדַּד Genesis 31:40). Job 7:4, “when I lie down, I say, when shall I arise? וּמִדַּד עֶרֶב and (when) shall be the flight of the night?” Poet. for, when shall the night flee, come to an end? Others take מִדַּד as Pret. Piel from מָדַּד in an intrans. and intensitive sense, the night is extended [so taken in Thes.].
the Week of Proper 14 / Ordinary 19