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Strong's #3537 - כַּד
1) jar, large jar (portable)
1234) dk (כד KD) AC: Strike CO: Flint AB: Destruction: A fire is started by striking an iron implement on a piece of flint rock that creates a spark.
A) dk (כד KD) AC: ? CO: Flint AB: ?
Nm ) dk (כד KD) - KJV (18): pitcher, barrel - Strongs: H3537 (כַּד)
lm ) dkdk (כדכד KDKD) - Flint: KJV (2): agate - Strongs: H3539 (כַּדְכֹּד)
B) ddk (כדד KDD) AC: ? CO: Spark AB: ?: Formed by striking iron on flint.
ecm) dfdik (כידוד KYDWD) - Spark: KJV (1): spark - Strongs: H3590 (כִּידוֹד)
M) dik (כיד KYD) AC: Strike CO: Spear AB: ?
Nm ) dik (כיד KYD) - Destruction: KJV (1): destruction - Strongs: H3589 (כִּיד)
jm) nfdik (כידונ KYDWN) - I. Sp |kjv: spear, shield, lance, target - Strongs: H3591 (כִּידוֹן)
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כַּד fem. (1 Kings 17:16) plur. כַּדִּים m. (Judges 7:16; 1 Kings 18:34), [“Sanscrit ghada, Slav. Kad”], κάδος, κάδδος, cadus, a bucket, a pail, a vessel both for drawing (see the root כָּדַד No. 2 ), and for carrying water, Genesis 24:14, seq.; Ecclesiastes 12:6 also for keeping meal, 1 Kings 17:12, 14 1 Kings 17:14, 16 1 Kings 17:16 this vessel was one which women were accustomed to carry on their shoulders. (Gen. loc. cit.)
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