1. פּאֵר (peer', literally an ornament, and so translated in Isa 61:10; "beauty" in ver. 3; "goodly" in Ex 29:28; "tire" in Eze 24:17,23) was a simple head-dress, tiara, or turban, worn by females (Isa 3:20), priests (Ex 29:28; Eze 44:18), a bridegroom (Isa 61:10), or generally in gala dress (Isa 61:3; Eze 24:17,23). It appears to have consisted merely of a piece of cloth tastefully folded about the head. In the case of females it was probably more compact and less bulging than with men. SEE TURBAN.
2. מַגבָּעוֹת (migbath', literally convexities) is spoken only of the sacred cap or turban of the common priests (Ex 28:40; Ex 29:9; Ex 39:2,8; Le 8:13), in distinction from the mitre of the highpriest, for which another term is used. SEE PRIEST.