4500. manor
Lexical Summary
manor: a (weaver's) beam
Original Word: מָנוֹר
Transliteration: manor
Phonetic Spelling: (maw-nore')
Part of Speech: Noun Masculine
Short Definition: a (weaver's) beam
Meaning: a yoke, the frame of a, loom
Strong's Concordance

From niyr; a yoke (properly, for plowing), i.e. The frame of a loom -- beam.

see HEBREW niyr


H4500. manor

[מָנוֺר‎] noun masculine beam (probably round) carrying the heddles (in loom), = Latin jugum, so GFMl.c.; — only construct in phrase אֹרְגִים כִּמְנוֺרbeam of weavers 1 Samuel 17:7; 2 Samuel 21:19 = 1 Chronicles 20:5; 11:23, all simile of thick and heavy shaft of spear.


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