H2905 טוּר - Strong's Hebrew Lexicon Number


טוּר
ṭûr
toor
From an unused root meaning to range in a regular manner; a row; hence a wall

KJV Usage: row.


Brown-Driver-Briggs' Hebrew Definitions

BDB3322

טוּר

1. row
a. row, course (of building)
b. row (of jewels)
Origin: from an unused root meaning to range in a regular manner
TWOT: 798a
Parts of Speech: Noun Masculine

TBESH:
טוּר
tur
H:N-M
row
1) row
1a) row, course (of building)
1b) row (of jewels)

View how H2905 טוּר is used in the Bible

26 occurrences of H2905 טוּר

Exodus 28:17 rows
Exodus 28:17 the first row
Exodus 28:17 row.
Exodus 28:18 row
Exodus 28:19 row
Exodus 28:20 row
Exodus 39:10 rows
Exodus 39:10 the first row
Exodus 39:10 row.
Exodus 39:11 row,
Exodus 39:12 row,
Exodus 39:13 row,
1 Kings 6:36 rows
1 Kings 6:36 and a row
1 Kings 7:2 rows
1 Kings 7:3 in a row.
1 Kings 7:4 rows,
1 Kings 7:12 rows
1 Kings 7:12 and a row
1 Kings 7:18 rows
1 Kings 7:20 in rows
1 Kings 7:24 rows,
1 Kings 7:42 rows
2 Chronicles 4:3 rows
2 Chronicles 4:13 rows
Ezekiel 46:23 And there was a row

Distinct usage

9 rows
3 row
3 row,
2 the first row
2 row.
2 and a row
2 rows,
1 in a row.
1 in rows
1 And there was a row

Corresponding Greek Words

tur G1085 genos
tur G3735 oros


Related words

H2905

H2918 טירה ṭı̂yrâh
טירה
ṭı̂yrâh
tee-raw'
Feminine of (an equivalent to) H2905; a wall; hence a fortress or a hamlet

KJV Usage: (goodly) castle, habitation, palace, row.


H3195 יטוּר ye ṭûr
יטוּר
ye ṭûr
yet-oor'
Probably from the same as H2905; encircled (that is, inclosed); Jetur, a son of Ishmael

KJV Usage: Jetur.