A primitive root; to holdaloof, that is, (intransitively) abstain (from food and drink, from impurity, and even from divine worship (that is, apostatize)); specifically to setapart (to sacred purposes), that is, devote
1. to dedicate, consecrate, separate a. (Niphal) to dedicate oneself, devote oneself b. (Hiphil) to keep sacredly separate 2. (Hiphil) to be a Nazarite, live as a Nazarite
Origin: a primitive root
Parts of Speech: Verb
H4502 מנּזר minne zârמנּזר
From H5144; a prince
KJV Usage: crowned.
H5139 נזר נזיר nâzı̂yr nâzirנזר נזיר
From H5144; separate, that is, consecrated (as prince, a Nazirite); hence (figuratively from the latter) an unpruned vine (like an unshorn Nazirite). (The translation, Nazarite, is by a false alliteration with Nazareth.)
KJV Usage: Nazarite [by a false alliteration with Nazareth], separate (-d), vine undressed.
H5145 נזר נזר nezer nêzerנזר נזר
From H5144; properly something setapart, that is, (abstractly) dedication (of a priest or Nazirite); hence (concretely) unshorn locks; also (by implication) a chaplet (especially of royalty)