H7083 קסת - Strong's Hebrew Lexicon Number


קסת
qeseth
keh'-seth
From the same as H3563 (or as H7185); properly a cup, that is, an ink stand

KJV Usage: inkhorn.


Brown-Driver-Briggs' Hebrew Definitions

קסת

1. pot (for ink), inkhorn, inkwell
Origin: from the same as H3563 (or as H7185)
TWOT: 2080b
Parts of Speech: Noun Feminine

TBESH:
קֶ֫סֶת
qe.set
H:N-F
pot
1) pot (for ink), inkhorn, inkwell

View how H7083 קסת is used in the Bible

3 occurrences of H7083 קסת

Ezekiel 9:2 inkhorn
Ezekiel 9:3 inkhorn
Ezekiel 9:11 who had the inkhorn

Distinct usage

2 inkhorn
1 who had the inkhorn

Corresponding Greek Words

qeset G2223 zone
qesat G5357 phiale *


Related words

H7083 קסת

H3563 כּוס kôs

כּוס
kôs
koce
From an unused root meaning to hold together; a cup (as a container), often figuratively a lot (as if a potion); also some unclean bird, probably an owl (perhaps from the cup like cavity of its eye)

KJV Usage: cup, (small) owl.

Compare H3599.

H3599 כּיס kı̂ys
כּיס
kı̂ys
keece
A form for H3563; a cup; also a bag for money or weights

KJV Usage: bag, cup, purse.


H7185 קשׁה qâshâh

קשׁה
qâshâh
kaw-shaw'
A primitive root; properly to be dense, that is, tough or severe (in various applications)

KJV Usage: be cruel, be fiercer, make grievous, be ([ask a], be in, have, seem, would) hard (-en, [labour], -ly, thing), be sore, (be, make) stiff (-en, [-necked]).


H4748 מקשׁה miqsheh
מקשׁה
miqsheh
mik-sheh'
From H7185 in the sense of knotting up round and hard; something turned (rounded), that is, a curl (of tresses)

KJV Usage: X well [set] hair.


H7186 קשׁה qâsheh
קשׁה
qâsheh
kaw-sheh'
From H7185; severe (in various applications)

KJV Usage: churlish, cruel, grievous, hard ([-hearted], thing), heavy, + impudent, obstinate, prevailed, rough (-ly), sore, sorrowful, stiff ([-necked]), stubborn, + in trouble.


H7190 קשׁי qe shı̂y
קשׁי
qe shı̂y
kesh-ee'
From H7185; obstinacy

KJV Usage: stubbornness.


H7198 קשׁת qesheth
קשׁת
qesheth
keh'-sheth
From H7185 in the original sense (of H6983) of bending; a bow, for shooting (hence figuratively strength) or the iris

KJV Usage: X arch (-er), + arrow, bow ([-man, -shot]).