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Old Testament Hebrew Lexical Dictionary Hebrew Lexicon
Strong's #3682 - כְּסוּת
1) covering, clothing
1a) covering, clothing
1b) covering (for concealment)
1245) xk (כס KS) AC: Cover CO: Cup AB: ?: (eng: case)
A) xk (כס KS) AC: ? CO: Seat AB: ?: The seat is like a cup that holds, conceals, a person. A covering of something. To cover a group by counting.
Nm) xk (כס KS) - Seat: KJV (1): seat - Strongs: H3676 (כֵּס)
Nf1) exk (כסה KSH) - Cup: [df: hVq hwVq] KJV (4): cover, cup - Strongs: H7184 (קַשְׂוָה)
Nf2 ) txk (כסת KST) - I. Inkwell:A cup for holding ink. II. Amulets:A sewn arm or wrist band as a covering. KJV (5): pillow, inkhorn - Strongs: H3704 (כֶּסֶת), H7083 (קֶסֶת)
Nf3) tfxk (כסות KSWT) - Covering: Covering, raiment, vesture. KJV (8): covering, raiment, vesture - Strongs: H3682 (כְּסוּת)
hf1) exkm (מכסה MKSH) - Value: According to a number. KJV (2): number, worth - Strongs: H4373 (מִכְסָה)
km) xkm (מכס MKS) - Tribute: An assessment based on a number. KJV (6): tribute - Strongs: H4371 (מֶכֶס)
lf2 ) txkxk (כסכסת KSKST) - Scales: The covering of a fish. Also the scales of leather armor. [df: tVqVq] KJV (8): scales, mail - Strongs: H7193 (קַשְׂקֶשֶׂת)
rfm ) ifxk (כסוי KSWY) - Covering: KJV (2): covering - Strongs: H3681 (כָּסוּי)
B) xxk (כסס KSS) AC: Count CO: Number AB: ?: To cover a group by counting.
V) xxk (כסס KSS) - Count: KJV (1): (vf: Paal) count - Strongs: H3699 (כָּסַס)
E) axk (כסא KSA) AC: Appoint CO: Seat AB: ?: The seat is like a cup that holds, conceals, a person.
Nm) axk (כסא KSA) - Appointed: To be set in place. [df: hok] KJV (2): appoint - Strongs: H3677 (כֶּסֶה)
em ) axik (כיסא KYSA) - Seat: Usually a throne or seat of authority. [Hebrew and Aramaic] [df: hok] KJV (138): throne, seat, stool - Strongs: H3678 (כִּסֵּא), H3764 (כָּרְסֵא)
H) exk (כסה KSH) AC: Cover CO: ? AB: ?: A hiding, covering or concealing of something.
V) exk (כסה KSH) - Cover: [df: hVk] KJV (153): (vf: Paal, Niphal, Hitpael, Pual, Piel, Participle) cover, hide, conceal, overwhelm, clad, close, cloth - Strongs: H3680 (כָּסָה), H3780 (כָּשָׂה)
hm ) exkm (מכסה MKSH) - Covering: What covers something. KJV (16): covering - Strongs: H4372 (מִכְסֶה)
km) exkm (מכסה MKSH) - Covering: What covers something. KJV (4): cover, clothing - Strongs: H4374 (מְכַסֶּה)
J) xfk (כוס KWS) AC: ? CO: Cup AB: ?: A cup holds its contents.
Nf) xfk (כוס KWS) - I. Cup: II. Owl:[Unknown connection to root] KJV (34): cup, owl - Strongs: H3563 (כּוֹס)
M) xik (כיס KYS) AC: ? CO: Bag AB: ?: A cup or bag that conceals its contents.
Nm) xik (כיס KYS) - Bag: KJV (6): bag, purse - Strongs: H3599 (כִּיס)
Jeff Brenner, Ancient Hebrew Research Center Used by permission of the author.
1 covering, clothing Exodus 21:10; Exodus 22:26 (Covt. code), Deuteronomy 22:12; Job 24:7; Job 31:19; of שַׂק as clothing of heavens Isaiah 50:3 in figure
2 covering for concealment, of Abaddon, the subterranean abode of the dead Job 26:6; עֵינַיִם׳כ, covering of the eyes Genesis 20:16 (so that they cannot see the wrong, figurative of a present offered in compensation for it; E).
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(1) covering, a cover, Exodus 21:10, 22:26 Job 24:7, 26:6 31:19. Metaph. כְּסוּת עֵינַיִם covering of the eyes is, i.q. a gift of appeasing given to any one that he may shut his eyes (with regard to something deserving reprehension), i.e. that he may connive at it (das Auge zudrücken), or a present given in order to obtain pardon, a mulct. So is the passage to be understood, which has a good deal troubled interpreters, Genesis 20:16, הִנֵּה הוּא לָךְ כְּסוּת עֵינַיִם לְכֹר אֲשֶׁר אִתָּךְ וְאֵת כֹּל “behold this (the gift of a thousand shekels) is to thee a mulct for all things, which have happened to thee, and before all men.” The LXX. which has either been neglected by interpreters, or else has been misunderstood, gives the meaning correctly; τιμὴ, i.e. a mulct, a price (Il. i. 159), i.q. elsewhere τίμημα. Several interpreters have taken a covering of the eyes to be a vail; and have thus rendered the whole passage, arbitrarily enough, behold this is to thee a vail of the eyes, i.e. with these thousand shekels (no little price indeed!) buy a vail for thyself, for all who are with thee, and altogether for all, i.e. that it may be manifest to all that thou art a married woman. They add that married women only wore vails, and that virgins did not; but this is altogether opposed to Eastern manners, and it cannot be proved.
(2) a garment, Deuteronomy 22:12.
Old Testament Hebrew Lexical Dictionary developed by Jeff Garrison for StudyLight.org.
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