Ex. 28:17 KJV (With Strong’s)

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And thou δshalt set
male' (Hebrew #4390)
a primitive root, to fill or (intransitively) be full of, in a wide application (literally and figuratively)
KJV usage: accomplish, confirm, + consecrate, be at an end, be expired, be fenced, fill, fulfil, (be, become, X draw, give in, go) full(-ly, -ly set, tale), (over-)flow, fulness, furnish, gather (selves, together), presume, replenish, satisfy, set, space, take a (hand-)full, + have wholly.
Pronounce: maw-lay'
Origin: or malae (Esth. 7:5) {maw-law'}
in it settings
millu'ah (Hebrew #4396)
a filling, i.e. setting (of gems)
KJV usage: inclosing, setting.
Pronounce: mil-loo-aw'
Origin: feminine of 4394
of stones
'eben (Hebrew #68)
a stone
KJV usage: + carbuncle, + mason, + plummet, (chalk-, hail-, head-, sling-)stone(-ny), (divers) weight(-s).
Pronounce: eh'-ben
Origin: from the root of 1129 through the meaning to build
, even four
'arba` (Hebrew #702)
from 7251; four
KJV usage: four.
Pronounce: ar-bah'
Origin: masculine oarbaah {ar-baw-aw'}
rows
tuwr (Hebrew #2905)
a row; hence, a wall
KJV usage: row.
Pronounce: toor
Origin: from an unused root meaning to range in a regular manner
of stones
'eben (Hebrew #68)
a stone
KJV usage: + carbuncle, + mason, + plummet, (chalk-, hail-, head-, sling-)stone(-ny), (divers) weight(-s).
Pronounce: eh'-ben
Origin: from the root of 1129 through the meaning to build
: the first row
tuwr (Hebrew #2905)
a row; hence, a wall
KJV usage: row.
Pronounce: toor
Origin: from an unused root meaning to range in a regular manner
shall be a ζsardius
'odem (Hebrew #124)
redness, i.e. the ruby, garnet, or some other red gem
KJV usage: sardius.
Pronounce: o'-dem
Origin: from 119
, a topaz
pitdah (Hebrew #6357)
a gem, probably the topaz
KJV usage: topaz.
Pronounce: pit-daw'
Origin: of foreign derivation
, and a carbuncle
bareqeth (Hebrew #1304)
from 1300; a gem (as flashing), perhaps the emerald
KJV usage: carbuncle.
Pronounce: baw-reh'-keth
Origin: or barkath {baw-rek-ath'}
: this shall be the first
'echad (Hebrew #259)
properly, united, i.e. one; or (as an ordinal) first
KJV usage: a, alike, alone, altogether, and, any(-thing), apiece, a certain, (dai-)ly, each (one), + eleven, every, few, first, + highway, a man, once, one, only, other, some, together,
Pronounce: ekh-awd'
Origin: a numeral from 258
row
tuwr (Hebrew #2905)
a row; hence, a wall
KJV usage: row.
Pronounce: toor
Origin: from an unused root meaning to range in a regular manner
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fill in it fillings of stone.
ζ
or, ruby.

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Cross References

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thou shalt.
Ex. 28:9,11• 9And thou shalt take two onyx stones, and grave on them the names of the children of Israel:
11With the work of an engraver in stone, like the engravings of a signet, shalt thou engrave the two stones with the names of the children of Israel: thou shalt make them to be set in ouches of gold.
(Ex. 28:9,11)
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Ex. 39:10‑21• 10And they set in it four rows of stones: the first row was a sardius, a topaz, and a carbuncle: this was the first row.
11And the second row, an emerald, a sapphire, and a diamond.
12And the third row, a ligure, an agate, and an amethyst.
13And the fourth row, a beryl, an onyx, and a jasper: they were inclosed in ouches of gold in their inclosings.
14And the stones were according to the names of the children of Israel, twelve, according to their names, like the engravings of a signet, every one with his name, according to the twelve tribes.
15And they made upon the breastplate chains at the ends, of wreathen work of pure gold.
16And they made two ouches of gold, and two gold rings; and put the two rings in the two ends of the breastplate.
17And they put the two wreathen chains of gold in the two rings on the ends of the breastplate.
18And the two ends of the two wreathen chains they fastened in the two ouches, and put them on the shoulderpieces of the ephod, before it.
19And they made two rings of gold, and put them on the two ends of the breastplate, upon the border of it, which was on the side of the ephod inward.
20And they made two other golden rings, and put them on the two sides of the ephod underneath, toward the forepart of it, over against the other coupling thereof, above the curious girdle of the ephod.
21And they did bind the breastplate by his rings unto the rings of the ephod with a lace of blue, that it might be above the curious girdle of the ephod, and that the breastplate might not be loosed from the ephod; as the Lord commanded Moses.
(Ex. 39:10‑21)
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Mal. 3:17• 17And they shall be mine, saith the Lord of hosts, in that day when I make up my jewels; and I will spare them, as a man spareth his own son that serveth him. (Mal. 3:17)
set in it settings of stones.
Heb. fill in its fillings ofstone.
the first row.
a sardius, or, ruby.The Hebrew {odem,} from {adam,} to be red, ruddy, seems to denote the ruby; as {adam} does in Persian a beautiful gem, of a fine deep red colour, with a mixture of purple.
a topaz.{Pitdah,} is constantly rendered by the LXX. [topazion,] and Vulgate, {topazius,} with which agrees Josephus.
The topaz is a precious stone, of a pale, dead green, with a mixture of yellow, sometimes of a fine yellow; and hence called chrysolyte by the moderns, from its gold colour.
a carbuncle.{Bareketh,} from {barak,} to lighten, glitter, a very elegant gem, of a deep red colour, with a mixture of scarlet.

J. N. Darby Translation

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And thou shalt set in it settingsb of stones—four rows of stones: one row, a sardoinc, a topaz, and an emerald—the first row;

JND Translation Notes

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b
Lit. "fill in it fillings."
c
Carnelian.