Strong’s Hebrew 2289 & 2290. חֲגוֹר
Definition: A belt or girdle. From the root חָגַר (Hebrew 2296) which means to gird.
Adam & Eve
In Genesis 3:7, the plural form refers to their fig leaf loincloths (…they made for themselves chagorot)
Chagor usually refers to a warrior’s belt
I Sam 18:4 (Belt on Jonathan’s uniform)
II Sam 18:11
II Sam 20:8 (Joab’s uniform belt used to carry a sword)
I Kings 2:5
II Kings 3:21
In these cases, the use is less clear.
Isaiah 3:24 (“a rope instead of a belt” – perhaps to compare the rope to a fine belt)
Prov 31:24 (The Proverbs 31 woman makes belts for the merchant/trader)