H6672 צהר - Strong's Hebrew Lexicon Number

From H6671; a light (that is, window); dual double light, that is, noon

KJV Usage: midday, noon (-day, -tide), window.

Brown-Driver-Briggs' Hebrew Definitions


n m
1. noon, midday
a. noon (as specific time of day)
b. noon (in simile as bright of happiness, blessing) n f
2. roof
a. meaning dubious
Origin: from H6671
TWOT: 1883a,1883b
Parts of Speech:

View how H6672 צהר is used in the Bible

24 occurrences of H6672 צהר

Genesis 6:16 A window
Genesis 43:16 with me at noon.
Genesis 43:25 at noon:
Deuteronomy 28:29 at noon,
2 Samuel 4:5 at noon.
1 Kings 18:26 even until noon,
1 Kings 18:27 And it came to pass at noon,
1 Kings 18:29 And it came to pass, when midday
1 Kings 20:16 at noon.
2 Kings 4:20 till noon,
Job 5:14 at noon
Job 11:17 than the noonday;
Psalms 37:6 as the noonday.
Psalms 55:17 and at noon,
Psalms 91:6 at noonday.
Song of Songs 1:7 at noon:
Isaiah 16:3 of the noonday;
Isaiah 58:10 be as the noonday:
Isaiah 59:10 at noonday
Jeremiah 6:4 at noon.
Jeremiah 15:8 at noonday:
Jeremiah 20:16 at noon;
Amos 8:9 at noon,
Zephaniah 2:4 at the noonday,

Distinct usage

3 at noon.
2 at noon:
2 at noon,
1 A window
1 with me at noon.
1 even until noon,
1 And it came to pass, when midday
1 till noon,
1 at noon
1 as the noonday.
1 of the noonday;
1 at noonday:
1 at the noonday,
1 be as the noonday:
1 And it came to pass at noon,
1 at noonday.
1 and at noon,
1 at noon;
1 at noonday
1 than the noonday;

Corresponding Greek Words

tsohar G3314 mesembria

Related words


H6671 צהר tsâhar

A primitive root; to glisten; used only as denominative from H3323, to press out oil

KJV Usage: make oil.

H3323 יצהר yitshâr
From H6671; oil (as producing light); figuratively anointing

KJV Usage: + anointed, oil.

H6889 צרת tsereth
Perhaps from H6671; splendor; Tsereth, an Israelite

KJV Usage: Zereth.