Word Summary
timorah: palm (tree) figure
Original Word: תִּמֹּר
Transliteration: timorah
Phonetic Spelling: (tim-more')
Part of Speech: Noun Feminine
Short Definition: palm (tree) figure
Meaning: a palm-like pilaster
Strong's Concordance
palm tree

(plural o or (feminine) timmorah (singular and plural) {tim-mo-raw'}; from the same root as tamar; (arch.) A palm-like pilaster (i.e. Umbellate) -- palm tree.

see HEBREW tamar


H8561. timorah

תִּמֹרָה19 noun feminine palm(-tree), figure, as ornament; — ׳תEzekiel 41:18 + (van d. H. ׳תִּמּ‎, so throughout); plural תִּמֹרֹת1 Kings 6:29 + (Gi ׳תִּמּ‎), תִּמֹרִיםEzekiel 40:16 +; suffix תִּימֹרָיו40:22 Qr (Kt תימרו‎); — palm-figure in Solomon's temple 1 Kings 6:29, 32 (twice in verse); 6:35; 7:36; 2 Chronicles 3:5; in Ezekiel's temple Ezekiel 40:16, 22, 26 10t. 40, 41.