mid'-da (machatsith ha-yom, tsohorayim; hemera mese): The Hebrew machatsith ha-yom (Ne 8:3) and the Greek hemeras meses (Ac 26:13) are strictly the middle of the day, but the Hebrew tshorayim is a dual form from tsohar, meaning "light," hence, light or brightness, i.e. the brightest part of the day (1Ki 18:29).

See also the McClintock and Strong Biblical Cyclopedia.


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