Word Summary
tur: a row
Original Word: טוּר
Transliteration: tur
Phonetic Spelling: (toor)
Part of Speech: Noun Masculine
Short Definition: a row
Meaning: a row, a wall
Strong's Concordance

From an unused root meaning to range in a regular manner; a row; hence, a wall -- row.


H2905. tur

טוּרnoun masculineExodus 28:17 row — absolute ׳ט28:17 9t.; construct id. 28:17 3t.; plural טוּרִים28:17 7t.; טֻרִים1 Kings 7:20; construct טוּרֵיExodus 39:10 2t.; —

1 row, course of building-stones, in temple and in Solomon's house 1 Kings 6:36; 7:12; forming enclosures in corner of court Ezekiel 46:23a; of beams Ezekiel 6:36; 7:12, see also 7:4 (Th Klo, see שְׁקֻפִים שֶׁקֶף,‎); of pillars 7:2-3,.

2 row of jewels, on high priest's breast-piece Exodus 28:17 (3 t. in verse); 28:18-19, 20; 39:10 (3 t. in verse); 39:11-12, 13 (all P); of pomegranates on capitals of pillars in temple 1 Kings 7:20, 42; 2 Chronicles 4:13, so also probably 1 Kings 7:18, see Th Klo, after ᵐ5‎; of knops round the molten sea 7:24, compare 2 Chronicles 4:3 (oxen הַבָּקָר‎, erroneous for הַמְּקָעִים1 Kings 7:24).