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Old Testament Hebrew Lexical Dictionary
Strong's #5786 - עָוַר
1) (Piel) to blind, make blind, put out the eyes of
1526) rg (גהר GhR) AC: Dark CO: City AB: ?: The pictograph g is a picture of a rope with the extended meaning of darkness. The r is a picture of a man. Combined these mean "dark man" or an enemy. (eng: jungle - with the exchange of the j and y and the l and r)
V) rfg (גהור GhWR) - I. Waken:To wake as to open the eyes from darkness. II. Blind:To become dark of site through blindness or the putting out of the eyes. KJV (86): (vf: Paal, Niphal, Hiphil, Piel) stir, awake, wake, raise, arise, master, put out, blind - Strongs: H5782 (עוּר), H5786 (עָוַר)
Jeff Benner, Ancient Hebrew Research Center Used by permission of the author.
עָוַר not used in Kal. Eth. ዐዊር፡ to be blind. Arab. عَوِرَ and عَارَ to be blind of an eye.
Piel עִוֵּר to blind, to make blind. (Syr. ܥܰܘܪܰ In its origin perhaps עִוִּרִ is the same as עִפֵּר to cast dust, sand, chaff into the eye; compare Chald. עוּר.) 2 Kings 25:7; Jeremiah 39:7. Metaph. to blind a judge (with gifts), Exodus 23:8; Deuteronomy 16:19. [In Thes. this Pie1 form is deduced from עוּר III.]
Derived nouns (עוּר), עִוִּרִ, עִוָּרוֹן, עַוֶּרֶת.
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