Word Summary
maziyach: a girdle
Original Word: מָזִיחַ
Transliteration: maziyach
Phonetic Spelling: (maw-zee'-akh)
Part of Speech: Noun Masculine
Short Definition: a girdle
Meaning: a girdle
Strong's Concordance
girdle, strength

Or mezach {may-zakh'}; from zachach; a belt (as movable) -- girdle, strength.

see HEBREW zachach


H4206. maziyach

מֵ֫זַחnoun masculine girdle (according to Bondi11 WMMAs.u.Eur.104 loan-word from Egypt mdµ, compare LagGGN 1889, 310); — absolute ׳מ‎: — in simile of curse enfolding the wicked Psalm 109:19 ("" בֶּגֶד‎); figurative = restraint Isaiah 23:10 (but text dubious).

[מְזִיחַ‎] noun masculine id. (of like origin): — only construct ׳מ רִמָּה אֲפִיקִיםJob 12:21 loosen the girdle of mighty; i.e. weaken them, make them defenceless, by ungirding.

מַזְכִּיר‎ see זכר‎. hiphil