H7102 קציעה - Strong's Hebrew Lexicon Number


קציעה
qe tsiy‛âh
kets-ee-aw'
From H7106; cassia (as peeled; plural the bark)

KJV Usage: cassia.


Brown-Driver-Briggs' Hebrew Definitions

BDB7529
BDB7534

קציעה

1. cassia
a. a spice; a powdered bark like cinnamon
Origin: from H7106
TWOT: 2056a
Parts of Speech: Noun Feminine

TBESH:
קְצִיעָה
qe.tsi.ah
H:N-F
cassia
1) cassia
1a) a spice; a powdered bark like cinnamon

View how H7102 קציעה is used in the Bible

One occurence of H7102 קציעה

Psalms 45:8 and cassia,

Distinct usage

1 and cassia,


Related words

H7102 קציעה

H7103 קציעה qe tsı̂y‛âh
קציעה
qe tsı̂y‛âh
kets-ee-aw'
The same as H7102; Ketsiah, a daughter of Job

KJV Usage: Kezia.


H7106 קצע qâtsa‛

קצע
qâtsa‛
kaw-tsah'
A primitive root; to strip off, that is, (partially) scrape; by implication to segregate (as an angle)

KJV Usage: cause to scrape, corner.


H4740 מקצעה מקצע מקצוע maqtsôa‛ maqtsôa‛ maqtsô‛âh
מקצעה מקצע מקצוע
maqtsôa‛ maqtsôa‛ maqtsô‛âh
mak-tso'-ah, mak-tso'-ah, mak-tso-aw'
From H7106 in the denominative sense of bending; an angle or recess

KJV Usage: corner, turning.


H4741 מקצעה maqtsû‛âh
מקצעה
maqtsû‛âh
mak-tsoo-aw'
From H7106; a scraper, that is, a carving chisel

KJV Usage: plane.


H4742 מקצעה me qûts‛âh
מקצעה
me qûts‛âh
mek-oots-aw'
From H7106 in the denominative sense of bending; an angle

KJV Usage: corner.