BDB2079 [H1926]

הָדָר noun masculine Ps 149:9 ornament, splendour, honour (chiefly in poetry) — absolute ׳ה Deut 33:17 + 12 t.; construct הֲדַר Isa 2:10 + 7 t.; suffix הֲדָרִי Mic 2:9 (but compare below) Ezek 16:14 הֲדָֽרְךָ Ps 45:5; Ps 90:16 הֲדָרֶ֑ךָ Ps 45:4 הֲדָרֵךְ Ezek 27:10 הֲדָרָהּ Isa 5:14; Lam 1:6 plural construct הַדְרֵי Ps 110:3 (but read probably הדדי so Symm Jerome editions; O1 Hup Gr Bi Che); —

1. ornament Prov 20:29 (grey hair, for old men; || תִּפְאֶרֶת), Ezek 16:14 (figurative of ornaments of Jerusalem as bride of ׳י); פְּרִי עֵץ הָדָר Lev 23:40 (H) i.e. fruit of goodly (ornamental, beautiful) trees, so AV RV & most, or goodly tree-fruit, ᵐ5 καρπόν ξύλου ὡραῖον, so Di; — here would come also בהדרי קדשׁ Ps 110:3, reference to sacred, festal garments, according to Thes and others compare RVm; but read probably on the holy mountains, see above
2. splendour, majesty Deut 33:17 of Ephraim under figure of a noble bull (compare Di); of Jerusalem Isa 5:14 compare Lam 1:6 of Carmel Isa 35:2 (|| כָּבוֺד); of majesty & dignity conferred by ׳י on man Ps 8:6 (|| כָּבוֺד), on king Ps 21:6 (|| id., הוֺד), compare Ps 45:4 (|| הוֺד) & vPs 45:5 (but text perhaps erroneous Checritical note.); denied of suffering servant of ׳י Isa 53:2 (|| תֹּאַר); of dignity of good & capable woman (אֵשֶׁת חַיִל) Prov 31:25 (|| עֹז); of splendour due to warlike equipment Ezek 27:10 especially of majesty of ׳י 1Chr 16:27 = Ps 96:6, compare Job 40:10; Ps 111:3 (all || הוֺד); also Ps 104:1 (|| id., under figure of garment); further Ps 29:4 (|| כֹּחַ), Ps 90:16 (|| פֹּעַל); in combination הֲדַר כְּבוֺד הוֺדְךָ Ps 145:5 ׳כְּבוֺד ה vPs 145:12 הֲדַר גְּאֹנוֺ Isa 2:10; Isa 2:19; Isa 2:21.
3. honour, glory Ps 149:9 for saints of ׳י; compare Mic 2:9 of ׳י's glory as possession of his people, lost by exile & slavery: but perhaps text error; HoffmZAW 1882, 103 proposes הַדְּרוֺר, from their children ye take freedom (yet מֵעַל then hardly suitable).

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