אביר

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Hebrew[edit]

Root
א־ב־ר

Adjective[edit]

אַבִּיר (abír) (feminine אַבִּירָה‎, masculine plural אַבִּירִים‎, feminine plural אַבִּירוֹת‎)

  1. mighty, valiant
  2. strong, mighty (used of God only)

Noun[edit]

אַבִּיר (abírm (plural indefinite אַבִּירִים‎, plural construct אַבִּירֵי־‎, feminine counterpart אַבִּירָה‎)

  1. (Modern Hebrew) a knight
  2. (biblical) a great horse, an ox or a strong working bull

Proper noun[edit]

אַבִּיר (abírm

  1. (Biblical Hebrew) the Strong, a poetic name for God

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Etymology[edit]

From Old Spanish aver, from Latin habeō (hold, have).

Verb[edit]

אביר (Hebrew spelling, Latin spelling aver)

  1. to have