H3594 כּיּוּן - Strong's Hebrew Lexicon Number


כּיּוּן
kı̂yûn
kee-yoon'
From H3559; properly a statue, that is, idol; but used (by euphemism) for some heathen deity (perhaps corresponding to Priapus or Baal-peor)

KJV Usage: Chiun.


Brown-Driver-Briggs' Hebrew Definitions

כּיּוּן
Chiun = "an image" or "pillar"
1. probably a statue of the Assyrian-Babylonian god of the planet Saturn and used to symbolise Israelite apostasy
Origin: from H3559
TWOT: None
Parts of Speech: Proper Name

View how H3594 כּיּוּן is used in the Bible

One occurence of H3594 כּיּוּן

Amos 5:26