8609. taphar
Lexical Summary
taphar: to sew together
Original Word: תָּפַר
Transliteration: taphar
Phonetic Spelling: (taw-far')
Part of Speech: Verb
Short Definition: to sew together
Meaning: to sew together
Strong's Concordance
women that sew together

A primitive root; to sew -- (women that) sew (together).


H8609. taphar

[תָּפַר‎] verb sew together (Late Hebrew id.; Aramaic תְּפַר‎); —

Qal Imperfect3masculine plural וַיִּתְפְרוּGenesis 3:7 (J) they sewed together fig-leaves (accusative); Perfect1singular תָּפַ֫רְתִּיJob 16:15, with accusative + עֲלֵי‎, sackcloth I have sewed upon my skin; Infinitive construct לִתְמּוֺר עֵתEcclesiastes 3:6 a time to sew together (opposed to קָרַע‎).

Pi`el Participle as substantive feminine plural מְתַמְּרוֺתEzekiel 13:18 those who keep sewing, with accusative + עַל‎.


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