Mart (סָחָר, sachar', Isa 23:3; also spoken of what is gained from traffic, profit, wealth, "merchandise," Pr 3:14; Isa 45:14), a trading-place or emporium. The root signifies to travel about as traders, buying and selling; thus pointing out at once the general character of the commerce of the East from the earliest age to the present. SEE COMMERCE; SEE MARKET; SEE MERCHANT.

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