Word Summary
domi: cessation, a pause, a quiet, a rest
Original Word: דְּמִי
Transliteration: domi
Phonetic Spelling: (dem-ee')
Part of Speech: Noun Masculine
Short Definition: cessation, a pause, a quiet, a rest
Meaning: cessation, a pause, a quiet, a rest
Strong's Concordance
cutting off, rest, silence

Or domiy {dom-ee'}; from damah; quiet -- cutting off, rest, silence.

see HEBREW damah


H1824. domi

דֳּמִיnoun [masculine] cessation, pause, quiet, rest; ׳דIsaiah 62:6 2t.; construct דְּמִי38:10 (but see below); —

1 quiet, in phrase ׳אַלדֿ לָכֶםIsaiah 62:6 keep not quiet (let there be no quiet to you); in prayer to God ׳אַלדֿ לָךְPsalm 83:2 keep not quiet (inactive; "" שׁקט חרשׂ,‎); compare ד ׳וְאַלתִּֿתְּנוּ לוֺIsaiah 62:7 and give no rest to him (׳י‎).

2 in phrase יָמַי בִּדְמִי‎, apparently quiet, peacefulness, even tenour, of my days (so De Or SS); others, as Hi Ew Che Di, pause, resting-time, i.e. noon-day (compare ᵑ9 ᵑ6‎, & height ᵐ5‎), figurative of middle life, but usage dubious; KloSK 1884, 157 cessation, pause, of natural end of life, Hezekiah's natural expectation, in, contrast with the speedy death implied in vb; but parallelism of Isaiah 62:11a is ag. this; Brd emends בְּרֻם‎ after ᵐ5‎; Klol.c. suggests בְּתֹם‎ or כְּתֹם‎ as possible, though not necessary; — but view stated first is on the whole best.