4526. misgereth
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misgereth: border, rim, fastness
Original Word: מִסְגֶּ֫רֶת
Part of Speech: Noun Feminine
Transliteration: misgereth
Phonetic Spelling: (mis-gheh'-reth)
Short Definition: borders

NAS Exhaustive Concordance
Word Origin
from sagar
border, rim, fastness
NASB Translation
borders (8), fortresses (3), rim (6).

מִסְגֶּ֫רֶת noun feminine 1. border, rim.

2 fastness; — absolute ׳מ Exodus 25:27; Exodus 37:14; construct ׳מ Exodus 25:25; Exodus 37:12; suffix מִסְגַּרְתּוֺ Exodus 25:25; Exodus 37:12; plural absolute מִסְגְּרוֺת 1 Kings 7:28 +; suffix מִסְגְּרֹתֶיהָ 1 Kings 7:35; 1 Kings 7:36, etc.; —

1 border, rim (enclosure), of sacred table in tabernacle Exodus 25:25 (twice in verse); Exodus 25:27 = Exodus 37:12 (twice in verse); Exodus 37:14; of bases of the sea, in temple 1 Kings 7:28 (twice in verse); 1 Kings 7:29,31,32,35,36 (compare Benz), also 2 Kings 16:17.

2 fastness, ׳וְיַחְרְגוּ מִמּ Psalm 18:46 = 2 Samuel 22:46 (see חרג) and they shall come quaking out of their fastnesses, so Micah 7:17 (יִרְגְּזוּ, like reptiles), all of nations, in awe of ׳י.

II. סגר (√ of following; compare apparently Arabic fill with water Lane1308, torrent that fills everything Idib.; Syriac imber vehemens, and Samaritan אַסְגָּר, compare GeiNachgel. Schr. iv. 186).

border, close place, hole

From cagar; something enclosing, i.e. A margin (of a region, of a panel); concretely, a stronghold -- border, close place, hole.

see HEBREW cagar

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