Strong’s Hebrew 5466. סָדִין
Definition: An extra layer that could be worn under the kethoneth as an undergarment against the skin; a linen wrapper. Compare to Assyrian “sudinnu”.
- Judges 14:12-13
- Proverbs 31:24
- Isaiah 3:23
Part of Samson’s reward for solving his riddle. “Thirty linen garments…”
A related garment in the New Testament is likely the Sindon (Strong’s Greek 4616 – σινδών).
Definition: A linen cloth, especially a fine & costly cloth used to wrap the dead; a thing made of fine cloth, such as a light garment worn at night.
The word is also used for the linen that Jesus’ body is wrapped in.
- Matt 27:59
- Mark 15:46
- Luke 23:53
This is the garment that the “young man” (presumably Mark himself) lost as he fled (Mk 14:51-52).