demesheq: perhaps silkOriginal Word: דְּמֶ֫שֶׁקPart of Speech:
NAS Exhaustive ConcordanceWord Origin
of foreign originDefinition
perhaps silkNASB Translation
Brown-Driver-Briggs דְּמֶשֶׁק noun [masculine]
? Amos 3:12 עָ֑רֶשׂ ׳וּבִד
; punctuation & meaning dubious: all ancient Vrss דַּמֶּשֶׂק
, and so Pusey HoffmZAW iii. 102
('in Damascus on a couch') al., yet this hardly suitable in context; Thes Hi Ew Baer Ke Gunning RV and others follow ᵑ0
, & render damask, silk
, etc. (Arabic
, connection with city דַּמֶּשֶׂק
) disputed; according to Frä40. 288
is by metath. from
, & this a loan-word from Syriac
, & this from Greek μέταξα
(Old Latin metaxa
דָּן see below דין.
דָּנִאֵל see below דין.
דנג (√ of following, meaning unknown).
By orthographical variation from Dammeseq; damask (as a fabric of Damascus) -- in Damascus.
see HEBREW Dammeseq