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)
1. consecration, crown, separation, Nazariteship a. crown (as sign of consecration), earring 1. stones of a crown, diadem, stones of charming b. woman's hair c. consecration 1. of high priest 2. of Nazarite
Origin: from H5144
Parts of Speech: Noun Masculine TBESH:
1) consecration, crown, separation, Nazariteship 1a) crown (as sign of consecration), earring 1a1) stones of a crown, diadem, stones of charming 1b) woman's hair 1c) consecration 1c1) of high priest 1c2) of Nazarite
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
KJV Usage: consecrate, separate (-ing, self).
H4216 מזּרה mazzârâhמזּרה
Apparently from H5144 in the sense of distinction; some noted constellation (only in the plural), perhaps collectively the zodiac
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.