agur: (a kind of bird) perhaps a craneOriginal Word: עָגוּר
Part of Speech: Noun Masculine
Phonetic Spelling: (aw-goor')
Short Definition: crane
from an unused word
(a kind of bird) perhaps a crane
crane (1), thrush (1).
עָגוּר noun [masculine] apparently understood by Masoretes as name of a bird; very uncertain; crane according to Saad (Isaiah), but note of crane not suitable (TristrNHB 239 f.); — וְתוֺר וְסוּס וְעָגוּר Jeremiah 8:7; כְּסוּס עָגוּר Isaiah 38:14 (but here gloss Klo Brd Di Dn CheHpt); Thes and (in Jeremiah) Hi Gf Gie strike out וְ and take ׳ע as adjective of סוס = twittering or the like; Thes assumes transpos. from גער, Ethiopic cry.
I, II, III. עַד see I. עדה. עֵד see עוד.
עֹד see עוֺד. עִדֹּא see עדד. below,
עדד (√ of following; compare Arabic count, reckon, number, period; Aramaic עִדָּנָא time). swallow
Passive part (but with active sense) of an unused root meaning to twitter: probably the swallow -- swallow. וְעָג֔וּר ועגור עָגוּר֙ עגור ‘ā·ḡūr ‘āḡūr aGur veaGur wə‘āḡūr wə·‘ā·ḡūr