H1871 דּרכּמון - Strong's Hebrew Lexicon Number


דּרכּמון
darke môn
dar-kem-one'
Of Persian origin; a “drachma ” or coin

KJV Usage: dram.


Brown-Driver-Briggs' Hebrew Definitions

BDB2012

דּרכּמון

1. daric, drachma, dram, unit of measure
a. a gold coin current in Palestine in the period after the return from Babylon; 128 grains (8.32 grams) of gold worth about $120 dollars and 128 grains of silver worth about $2.40
Origin: of Persian origin
TWOT: 453c
Parts of Speech: Noun Masculine

TBESH:
דַּרְכְּמוֹן
dar.ke.mon
H:N-M
drachma
1) daric, drachma, dram, unit of measure
1a) a gold coin current in Palestine in the period after the return from Babylon; 128 grains (8.32 grams) of gold and 128 grains of silver

View how H1871 דּרכּמון is used in the Bible

4 occurrences of H1871 דּרכּמון

Ezra 2:69 drams
Nehemiah 7:70 drams
Nehemiah 7:71 drams
Nehemiah 7:72 drams

Distinct usage

4 drams

Corresponding Greek Words

darkemon G1406 drachme
darkemon G3414 mna
darkemon G3546 nomisma


Related words

H1871 דּרכּמון