H6940 קדרוּת - Strong's Hebrew Lexicon Number


קדרוּת
qadrûth
kad-rooth'
From H6937; duskiness

KJV Usage: blackness.


Brown-Driver-Briggs' Hebrew Definitions

BDB7317

קדרוּת

1. darkness, gloom
Origin: from H6937
TWOT: 1989a
Parts of Speech: Noun Feminine

TBESH:
קַדְרוּת
qad.rut
H:N-F
darkness
1) darkness, gloom

View how H6940 קדרוּת is used in the Bible

One occurence of H6940 קדרוּת

Isaiah 50:3 with blackness,

Distinct usage

1 with blackness,

Corresponding Greek Words

qadrut G4655 skotos


Related words

H6940

H6937 קדר qâdar

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.


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.


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.