From H7160; a horn (as projecting); by implication a flask, cornet; by resemblance an elephant’s tooth (that is, ivory), a corner (of the altar), a peak (of a mountain), a ray (of light); figuratively power
n f 1. horn a. horn b. of strength (fig) c. flask (container for oil) d. horn (as musical instrument) e. horn (of horn-like projections on the altar) f. of rays of light g. hill n pr loc (BDB) 2. a place conquered by Israel probably in Bashan
Origin: from H7160
Parts of Speech:
H6255 עשׁתּרת קרנים ‛ashte rôth qarnayimעשׁתּרת קרנים
‛ashte rôth qarnayim
From H6252 and the dual of H7161; Ashtarothof (the) doublehorns (a symbol of the deity); AshterothKarnaim, a place East of the Jordan
KJV Usage: Ashtoreth Karnaim.
H7160 קרן qâranקרן
A primitive root; to push or gore; used only as denominative from H7161, to shootouthorns; figuratively rays
KJV Usage: have horns, shine.
H7162 קרן qerenקרן
(Chaldee); corresponding to H7161; a horn (literally or for sound)
KJV Usage: horn, cornet.
H7163 קרן הפּוּך qeren happûkקרן הפּוּך
From H7161 and H6320; hornofcosmetic; Keren-hap-Puk, one of Job’s daughters