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Hebrew

Etymology 1

Root

Pronunciation

Adjective

? \ o ('adóm) (feminine \ ‎, masculine plural \ ‎, feminine plural \ ‎)

  1. red
Derived terms
  • \ (pará 'adumá)
  • ?(adamdam)
See also
Colors in Hebrew · (ts'va'ím) (layout · text)
     (laván)      ? \ ('afór)      ? \ (shakhór)
             ? \ ('adóm); ?(argaman)              ? \ (katóm); ?(khúm)              ? \ (tsahóv); ?(krem)
             ?(lím)              ? \ (yarók)             
             (tsi'án)              (t'khelét)              ? \ (kakhól)
             ? \ (sagól); (in'digo)              (magen'ta); ? \ (sagól)              ? \ (varód)

Noun

? \ o ('adómm

  1. red

Etymology 2

From (red), see Genesis 25:30. Attested to in Ancient Egyptian as Egyptian jdwm?

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Proper noun

o ('edóm)

  1. Edom (name given to Esau)
  2. Edom (region)
  3. Edom (the nation of the Edomites)

Anagrams


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