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AramaicEdit

VerbEdit

חדר (transliteration needed)

  1. to wander
  2. to beg

HebrewEdit

Root
ח־ד־ר

EtymologyEdit

Compare Arabic خَدَرَ (ḵadara, to hide, conceal) and Arabic خِدْر (ḵidr, curtain, drape, screen, cover)

PronunciationEdit

NounEdit

חֶדֶר (khéderm (plural indefinite חֲדָרִים, singular construct חֲדַר־, plural construct חַדְרֵי־) [pattern: קֶטֶל]

  1. room
    ישבתי בחדרי.‏‎ ― yashávti bekhadríI sat in my room.
    נכנסו לחדר גדול ועגול.‏‎ ― nichnásnu lekhéder gadól ve'agólWe entered into a big and round room.
    הם גרים בדירה בעלת ארבעה חדרים.‎ ― hem garím bedirá baʿlát ʾarbaʿá khadarímThey live in a flat with four rooms.
  2. cheder
  3. ventricle (lower cavity of the heart)
  4. (חֲדַר־‏, khadár-) Singular construct form of חֶדֶר‎: room of.
    חֲדַר אוֹרְחִים‎ ― khadár orkhímguests room [literally room of guests]
    חֲדַר שֵׁינָה‎ ― khadár shenábedroom [lit. room of sleep]
    חֲדַר אוֹכֶל‎‎ ― khadár ʾócheldining room [lit. room of food]

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VerbEdit

חָדַר (khadár) (pa'al construction, future יחדור \ יַחְדֹּר, passive counterpart נֶחְדַּר)

  1. To penetrate.
  2. To invade.

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YiddishEdit

EtymologyEdit

From Hebrew חֶדֶר (khéder, room).

NounEdit

חדר (kheyderm, plural חדרים (khadorim)

  1. A cheder (a Jewish religious school).
  2. A room.