4753. mor
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mor: myrrh
Original Word: מֹר
Part of Speech: Noun Masculine
Transliteration: mor
Phonetic Spelling: (mor)
Short Definition: myrrh

NAS Exhaustive Concordance
Word Origin
from marar
NASB Translation
myrrh (12).

מֹר, מוֺר noun masculineSong of Solomon 5:5 myrrh (from bitter taste; Assyrian murru MeissnSuppl. 60; Arabic ; compare LagBN 40); — absolute מֹר Psalm 45:9 5t., מוֺר Songs 4:6 3t. Cant; construct מָרֿ Exodus 30:23; suffix מוֺרִי Songs 5:1; — myrrh (late), an Arabian gum, exuding from the bark of a tree, Balsamodendron Myrrha (see SigismundAromata 12 f. RiHWB under the word): — as flowing, i.e. fine, choice (carefully prepared by pressing and mixing, compare DiExodus 30:23 RiHWB): מָרדְּֿרוֺר Exodus 30:23 (see I. דְּרוֺר), ingredient of sacred oil; מוֺר עֹבֵר Songs 5:5,13 (as perfume); compare (as perfume) Songs 1:13; Songs 4:14; Songs 5:1,5; הַרהַֿמּוֺר Songs 4:6, i.e. where it is gathered; as perfume also Psalm 45:9; Proverbs 7:17, as incense מְקֻטֶּרֶת מֹר וּלְבֹנָה Songs 3:6; שֶׁמֶן הַמּוֺר as unguent Esther 2:12.


Or mowr {more}; from marar; myrrh (as distilling in drops, and also as bitter) -- myrrh.

see HEBREW marar

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