I. תַּ֫חַשׁ noun masculine ta—aš, a kind of leather or skin, and perhaps the animal yielding it (probably the dugong, compare Arabic dolphin, Thes1500 Di-Ry
[Exod 25:5] PostHast. DB BADGER; Assyrian ta—šu (DlBaer Ezech. xvi), for which DlProi. 77 ff.; HWB 705 conjecture meaning sheep(skin); BondiEgyptiaca 1 ff. compare Egyptian ¾µ´, leather; see summary of views M'Lean-ShiplyEncy. Bib. BADGERS' SKINS); — absolute ׳ת [Num 4:6] +, תָּחַשׁ v [Num 4:8] +; plural תְּחָשִׁים [Exod 25:5] +; — leather used for (woman's) sandals [Ezek 16:10] elsewhere for cover of tabernacle [Num 4:25], ׳עוֺר ת v [Num 4:6] v [Num 4:8] v [Num 4:10] v [Num 4:11] v [Num 4:12] v [Num 4:14], עֹרֹת (הַ)תְּחָשִׁים [Exod 25:5]; [Exod 26:14]; [Exod 35:7]; [Exod 35:23]; [Exod 36:19]; [Exod 39:34] (all P).
The Brown-Driver-Briggs Hebrew and English Lexicon
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