קֶ֫דֶשׁ proper name, of a location (sanctuary) Καδης:
1. in Galilee
[Josh 20:7]; [Josh 21:32] (P), [1Chr 6:61] Naphtali [Josh 19:37] (P), נַפְתָּלִי ׳ק [Judg 4:6] = קֶדֶשׁ alone [Josh 12:22] (D; with king); [Judg 4:9]; [Judg 4:10] + v [Judg 4:11] (where possibly different place on sea of Galilee, see GFMJudg 117, 119), also [2Kgs 15:29] Tel Amarna †idši; Egyptian †dšë WMMAs.u.Eur.173,217; modern Kades, northwest of Lake Huleh; see RobBR iii. 366 ff. SurveyWP i. 226 ff. BuhlGeogr. 235 f.
2. Κεδες: city of refuge in Issachar
[1Chr 6:57] = קִשְׁיוֺן [Josh 21:28] possibly Tel Abu Kudeis [SurveyWP i. 69], approximately 2 miles southeast from Lejjun (Megiddo): compare BuhlGeogr. 209.
3. Καδης: in southern Judah;
[Josh 15:23] (P) (= II. קָדֵשׁ 1 ? if so, then Masoretic distinction from קֶדֶשׁ in the north was here neglected).
The Brown-Driver-Briggs Hebrew and English Lexicon
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