334. itter
Strong's Concordance
itter: shut up, bound
Original Word: אּטֵּר
Part of Speech: Adjective
Transliteration: itter
Phonetic Spelling: (it-tare')
Short Definition: left-handed
אִטֵּר adjective shut up, bound (Late Hebrew אִטֵּר, lame) יַדיְֿמִינוֺ ׳אִישׁ א Judges 3:15; Judges 20:16 a man bound, restricted, as to his right hand, i.e. left-handed.

Strong's Exhaustive Concordance

From 'atar; shut up, i.e. Impeded (as to the use of the right hand) -- + left-handed.

see HEBREW 'atar

Forms and Transliterations
אִטֵּ֖ר אטר ’iṭ·ṭêr ’iṭṭêr itTer
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Strong's Hebrew 334
2 Occurrences

’iṭ·ṭêr — 2 Occ.

Judges 3:15
HEB: הַיְמִינִ֔י אִ֥ישׁ אִטֵּ֖ר יַד־ יְמִינ֑וֹ
NAS: the Benjamite, a left-handed man.
INT: the Benjamite man left him left-handed

Judges 20:16
HEB: אִ֣ישׁ בָּח֔וּר אִטֵּ֖ר יַד־ יְמִינ֑וֹ
NAS: choice men were left-handed; each one
INT: men young left able left-handed

2 Occurrences

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