H6969 קוּן - Strong's Hebrew Lexicon Number


קוּן
qûn
koon
A primitive root; to strike a musical note, that is, chant or wail (at a funeral)

KJV Usage: lament, mourning woman.


Brown-Driver-Briggs' Hebrew Definitions

BDB7428

קוּן

1. to chant a dirge, chant, wail, lament
a. (Polel) to lament
Origin: a primitive root
TWOT: 2018
Parts of Speech: Verb

TBESH:
קִינֵן
qun
H:V
to chant
1) to chant a dirge, chant, wail, lament
1a) (Polel) to lament

View how H6969 קוּן is used in the Bible

8 occurrences of H6969 קוּן

2 Samuel 1:17 lamented
2 Samuel 3:33 lamented
2 Chronicles 35:25 lamented
Jeremiah 9:17 for the mourning women,
Ezekiel 27:32 for thee, and lament
Ezekiel 32:16 which they shall lament
Ezekiel 32:16 shall lament
Ezekiel 32:16 her: they shall lament

Distinct usage

3 lamented
1 for the mourning women,
1 for thee, and lament
1 which they shall lament
1 shall lament
1 her: they shall lament


Related words

H6969 קוּן

H3362 יקנעם yoqne ‛âm
יקנעם
yoqne ‛âm
yok-neh-awm'
From H6969 and H5971; (the) people will be lamented; Jokneam, a place in Palestine

KJV Usage: Jokneam.


H7013 קין qayin
קין
qayin
kah'-yin
From H6969 in the original sense of fixity; a lance (as striking fast)

KJV Usage: spear.


H7015 קינה qı̂ynâh
קינה
qı̂ynâh
kee-naw'
From H6969; a dirge (as accompanied by beating the breasts or on instruments)

KJV Usage: lamentation.