3650. kimrir
Strong's Concordance
kimrir: darkness, gloominess
Original Word: כִּמְרִירֵי
Part of Speech: Noun Masculine
Transliteration: kimrir
Phonetic Spelling: (kim-reer')
Short Definition: blackness
[כִּמְרִיר] noun masculine darkness, gloominess (?), plural intensive construct כִּמְרִירֵי יוֺם Job 3:5 the deep gloom of day ("" חשֶׁךְ, צלמות, עֲנָנָה); — read ׳כַּמ, see Di Sta§ 231.

III. כמר (√ of following; compare Assyrian kamâru, overthrow, lay prostrate, whence noun kamâru, net, snare DlHWB 336 and כֹּמֶר priest according to DlHA 42, i.e. one who prostrates himself; also Mandean כמר turn round, bring backM 443 f. and North Syriac pursueib PS1759).

Strong's Exhaustive Concordance

Redupl. From kamar; obscuration (as if from shrinkage of light, i.e. An eclipse (only in plural) -- blackness.

see HEBREW kamar

Forms and Transliterations
כִּֽמְרִ֥ירֵי כמרירי kim·rî·rê kimrîrê kimRirei
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Englishman's Concordance
Strong's Hebrew 3650
1 Occurrence

kim·rî·rê — 1 Occ.

Job 3:5
HEB: עֲנָנָ֑ה יְ֝בַעֲתֻ֗הוּ כִּֽמְרִ֥ירֵי יֽוֹם׃
NAS: settle on it; Let the blackness of the day
KJV: dwell upon it; let the blackness of the day
INT: A cloud terrify the blackness of the day

1 Occurrence

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