H6937 קדר - Strong's Hebrew Lexicon Number


קדר
qâdar
kaw-dar'
A primitive root; to be ashy, that is, dark colored; by implication to mourn (in sackcloth or sordid garments)

KJV Usage: be black (-ish), be (make) dark (-en), X heavily, (cause to) mourn.


Brown-Driver-Briggs' Hebrew Definitions

BDB7316

קדר

1. to mourn, be dark
a. (Qal) to be dark
b. (Hiphil)
1. to darken
2. to cause to mourn
c. (Hithpael) to grow dark
Origin: a primitive root
TWOT: 1989
Parts of Speech: Verb

TBESH:
קָדַר
qa.dar
H:V
be dark
1) to mourn, be dark
1a) (Qal) to be dark
1b) (Hiphil)
1b1) to darken
1b2) to cause to mourn
1c) (Hithpael) to grow dark

View how H6937 קדר is used in the Bible

18 occurrences of H6937 קדר

1 Kings 18:45 was black
Job 5:11 that those who mourn
Job 6:16 Which are blackish
Job 30:28 mourning
Psalms 35:14 heavily,
Psalms 38:6 mourning
Psalms 42:9 I mourning
Psalms 43:2 I mourning
Jeremiah 4:28 be black:
Jeremiah 8:21 I am black;
Jeremiah 14:2 they are black
Ezekiel 31:15 to mourn
Ezekiel 32:7 and make
Ezekiel 32:7 dark;
Ezekiel 32:8 will I make dark
Joel 2:10 shall be dark,
Joel 3:15 shall be darkened,
Micah 3:6 shall be dark

Distinct usage

2 mourning
2 I mourning
1 was black
1 that those who mourn
1 Which are blackish
1 heavily,
1 I am black;
1 to mourn
1 and make
1 dark;
1 will I make dark
1 shall be darkened,
1 shall be dark
1 they are black
1 be black:
1 shall be dark,

Corresponding Greek Words

qadar G622 ap ollumi
qadar G640 aporia
qadar G4656 skotoo
qadar hi. G3996 pentheo


Related words

H6937

H6938 קדר qêdâr
קדר
qêdâr
kay-dawr'
From H6937; dusky (of the skin or the tent); Kedar, a son of Ishmael; also (collectively) bedawin (as his descendants or representatives)

KJV Usage: Kedar.


H6939 קדרון qidrôn
קדרון
qidrôn
kid-rone'
From H6937; dusky place; Kidron, a brook near Jerusalem

KJV Usage: Kidron.


H6940 קדרוּת qadrûth
קדרוּת
qadrûth
kad-rooth'
From H6937; duskiness

KJV Usage: blackness.


H6941 קדרנּית qe dôrannı̂yth
קדרנּית
qe dôrannı̂yth
ked-o-ran-neeth'
Adverb from H6937; blackish ones (that is, in sackcloth); used adverbially in mourning weeds

KJV Usage: mournfully.