For Sabbath (Shabat, שַּׁבָּ֜ת) worship in Psalm 92, does "Asor" (עָשׂוֹר) mean a "Tenth" in regards to a Tithe (מַעְשַׂ֤ר) instead of an instrument?
In Biblical Hebrew, "Asor" (עָשׂוֹר) means 10th or "Tenth". The Mosaic law of Tithing to God in Leviticus 27:32 mandates "Asiri" (עֲשִׂירִ֕י) or 1/10 of your wealth specifically related to Cattle/Flocks be given as a Tithe (מַעְשַׂ֤ר) to The Kohenim or Levitic priests to use as temple resources like vellum for scrolls.
During worship preparation for the Sabbath (Shabat, שַּׁבָּ֜ת) day in Psalm 92, King David appears to use a tenth of his talent to offer praise music for temple services as an offering to God.
Does "Asor" (עָשׂוֹר) in Psalm 92:4 [MT] mean a "Tenth" in regards to a "Tithe" (מַעְשַׂ֤ר) instead of ten-strings on an instrument?