`uwr  (oor)
to wake -- (a-)wake(-n, up), lift up (self), master, raise (up), stir up (self).
`uwr  (oor)
to wake -- (a-)wake(-n, up), lift up (self), master, raise (up), stir up (self).
put on
labash  (law-bash')
wrap around, i.e. (by implication) to put on a garment or clothe (oneself, or another), literally or figuratively
`oz  (oze)
strength in various applications (force, security, majesty, praise) -- boldness, loud, might, power, strength, strong.
O arm
zrowa`  (zer-o'-ah)
the arm (as stretched out), or (of animals) the foreleg; figuratively, force -- arm, + help, mighty, power, shoulder, strength.
of the LORD
Yhovah  (yeh-ho-vaw')
(the) self-Existent or Eternal; Jehovah, Jewish national name of God -- Jehovah, the Lord.
`uwr  (oor)
to wake -- (a-)wake(-n, up), lift up (self), master, raise (up), stir up (self).
as in the ancient
qedem  (keh'-dem)
the front, of place (absolutely, the fore part, relatively the East) or time (antiquity); often used adverbially (before, anciently, eastward)
yowm  (yome)
a day (as the warm hours),
in the generations
dowr  (dore)
a revolution of time, i.e. an age or generation; also a dwelling -- age, evermore, generation, (n-)ever, posterity.
of old
`owlam  (o-lawm')
concealed, i.e. the vanishing point; generally, time out of mind (past or future), i.e. (practically) eternity; frequentatively, adverbial (especially with prepositional prefix) always
Art thou not it that hath cut
chatsab  (khaw-tsab')
to cut or carve (wood), stone or other material); by implication, to hew, split, square, quarry, engrave -- cut, dig, divide, grave, hew (out, -er), made, mason.
Rahab  (rah'-hab)
Rahab (i.e. boaster), an epithet of Egypt -- Rahab.
and wounded
chalal  (khaw-lal')
to bore, i.e. (by implication) to wound, to dissolve; figuratively, to profane (a person, place or thing), to break (one's word), to begin (as if by an opening wedge) instruments, pollute, (cast as) profane (self), prostitute, slay (slain), sorrow, stain, wound.
the dragon
tanniyn  (tan-neen')
a marine or land monster, i.e. sea-serpent or jackal -- dragon, sea-monster, serpent, whale.