That word, has a really old, letter in it, representing K=X. In English its spelled:PKHR. Which seems to be, pakhal, meaning: to pour fourth light=pak, but I can't remember the hal part, I'll figure it though.
It means nothing, probably the name of the soldier it belonged to (sounds arabic).
Actually, it is not arabic. Its basically early writting, before vowels, were created. It means, pouring forth a distance of light, in accordance with, walking.A true Infantry/tanker word or varo. It literally,
means ranging etc. Only a priest,prophet or king would be knowledgeable of it though!Oops, It isn't pakhal, its pakhar. Since har=mountain, therefore, it's a reference to the sun/shemesh or to the future of zion. Sorry, for the mistake. It can also mean, a mountain trapper, i.e. emorru avraham etc.