BDB7275 [H6893]

קָאַת, קָאָת noun [feminine] a bird, usually pelican (compare ᵐ5 Leviticus, Deuteronomy, Psalms, ᵑ9 Psalms (derived by Thes from [קוא], קיא (see ii. 1, 173, and, on ת, Ges«GKC:80g»§ 80g), as throwing up food from its crop for its young); but sea-fowl improbable in Psalms, Isaiah; Late Hebrew קָאָת, ᵑ7 קָאתָא id.); — absolute הַקָּאָת Lev 11:18 = Deut 14:17, as unclean; קָאַת (van d. H. Gi; Baer קָאָת) Isa 34:11; Zeph 2:14, as inhabiting ruins; construct קְאַת מִדְכָּר Ps 102:7, simile of loneliness.

קַב see I. קבב. Below

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