Word Summary
darom: the south
Original Word: דָּרוֹם
Transliteration: darom
Phonetic Spelling: (daw-rome')
Part of Speech: Noun Masculine
Short Definition: the south
Meaning: the south, poet, the south wind
Strong's Concordance

Of uncertain derivation; the south; poet. The south wind -- south.


H1864. darom

דָּרוֺםnoun masculine south (in poetry & late) (on formation compare Ol§ 216 a Sta§ 295) — דָּרוֺםJob 37:17 14t. + Ezekiel 40:27b; 40:28b (strike out ᵑ6‎ Co in 40:27b 40:27 b; AB ᵑ9‎ Co in Ezekiel 27b 40:28 b — south, 42:18 (over against יָם צָפוֺן, קָדִים,‎); 12 t. more in Ezekiel (of which Co strike out 2, compare above) 21:2 (= תֵּימָנָה‎ and נֶגֶב‎); הַדּ ׳דֶּרֶךְtoward south 40:24 (twice in verse); 40:27, read also הַדּ ׳דֶּרֶךְ42:10 for ᵐ5 ׳ד הַקָּדִים‎ Ke Co; הַדּ ׳שַׁעַרsouth gate 40:[27]; 40:28 compare Co above, 40:44 (opposed to צפון‎; also קדים‎), 40:45 (opposed to צפון‎) 42:12 = ׳לַדָּ41:11 (opposed to צפון‎), הד ׳לִשְׁכוֺת42:13 (opposed to צפון‎). Elsewhere only Deuteronomy 33:23 ("" יַם‎), Job 37:17; Ecclesiastes 1:6; 11:3 (both opposed to צפון‎).