An extra layer that could be worn under the kethoneth as an undergarment against the skin. Compare to Assyrian “sudinnu”. Part of Samson’s reward for solving his riddle. A linen wrapper. Rectangular piece of fine linen worn as outer, or at night, as a sole garment. With sleeves. 5466. In the New Testament, a related garment could be the Sindon (Greek 4616). This is the garment that the “young man” (presumanly Mark himself) lost as he fled (Mk 14:51-52). The word is also used for the linen that Jesus’ body is wrapped in.