Jump to: ISBEWebster'sConcordanceThesaurusHebrewLibrarySubtopicsTerms
International Standard Bible Encyclopedia





Strong's Hebrew
3581a. koach -- a small reptile (of unknown species)
koach or koach. 3581, 3581a. koach or koach. 3581b . a small reptile (of unknown
species). Transliteration: koach or koach Short Definition: crocodile. ...
/hebrew/3581a.htm - 5k

3882. Livyathan -- "serpent," a sea monster or dragon
... From lavah; a wreathed animal, ie A serpent (especially the crocodile or some other
large sea- monster); figuratively, the constellation of the dragon; also as ...
/hebrew/3882.htm - 6k

4043. magen -- a shield
... feminine mginnah {meg-in-naw'}; from ganan; a shield (ie The small one or buckler);
figuratively, a protector; also the scaly hide of the crocodile -- X armed ...
/hebrew/4043.htm - 6k


The Adventures of Saint Patrick of Ireland.
... Behind him stood a huge crocodile, opening wide its immense jaws, and
threatening to devour anyone who came within their compass. ...
/.../kingston/the seven champions of christendom/chapter nine the adventures of.htm

The Egyptian Symbols and Enigmas of Sacred Things.
... Of the Egyptians, some show the sun on a ship, others on a crocodile. And
they signify hereby, that the sun, making a passage through ...
/.../clement/the stromata or miscellanies/chapter vii the egyptian symbols and.htm

The Further Adventures of Saint George.
... "Because," she replied, with a curl of her lip, "the fell King of Morocco is more
bloody-minded than a crocodile, but thou gentle as a lamb; his tongue more ...
/.../the seven champions of christendom/chapter four the further adventures.htm

Antichrist in Isaiah
... It is generally agreed that "leviathan" in Job 41 refers to the crocodile, yet the
commentators do not appear to have seen in it anything more than a ...
// antichrist/1 antichrist in isaiah.htm

The Gods of Egypt
... or cynocephalus. Like Ra, it had its enemies incessantly upon the watch
for it: the crocodile, the hippopotamus, and the sow. But ...
/.../chapter ii the gods of egypt.htm

Episcopal Conspirators
... Men with the names of barbarous Egyptian gods, bishops of collections of mud huts
and crocodile swamps on the banks of the Nile, bishops ignorant of everything ...
/.../chapter xlv episcopal conspirators.htm

The Birth of Saint George.
... To nurse a small crocodile or alligator, or even a young hippopotamus, would have
been bad enough, but a green dragon, with claws and a long wriggling fork ...
/.../kingston/the seven champions of christendom/chapter one the birth of.htm

The Adventures of Saint James of Spain.
... In her hand was a javelin of silver, while her fair bosom was shielded by a breastplate
of gold, artificially wrought with the scales of a crocodile. ...
/.../kingston/the seven champions of christendom/chapter six the adventures of.htm

Noxious Animals Worshipped by the Egyptians; Man by Arts an Evil ...
... And, as it seems, we have been ignorant that the Egyptians rightly worship the
crocodile and the lion and the wolf, because these animals being stronger than ...
/.../alexander/of the manichaeans/chapter xiv noxious animals worshipped by.htm

Against Embellishing the Body.
... For the deity that is sought, to whom you have rushed, will not be found within,
but a cat, or a crocodile, or a serpent of the country, or some such beast ...
/.../clement/the instructor paedagogus/chapter ii against embellishing the body.htm

Webster's Revised Unabridged Dictionary
1. (n.) A large reptile of the genus Crocodilus, of several species. They grow to the length of sixteen or eighteen feet, and inhabit the large rivers of Africa, Asia, and America. The eggs, laid in the sand, are hatched by the sun's heat. The best known species is that of the Nile (C. vulgaris, or C. Niloticus). The Florida crocodile (C. Americanus) is much less common than the alligator and has longer jaws. The name is also sometimes applied to the species of other related genera, as the gavial and the alligator.

2. (n.) A fallacious dilemma, mythically supposed to have been first used by a crocodile.

Crocodile (1 Occurrence)
... The Florida crocodile (C. Americanus) is much less common than the alligator and
has longer jaws. ... Int. Standard Bible Encyclopedia. CROCODILE. krok'-o-dil. ...
/c/crocodile.htm - 7k

Land-crocodile (1 Occurrence)
Land-crocodile. Land, Land-crocodile. Landed . Multi-Version
Concordance Land-crocodile (1 Occurrence). Leviticus 11 ...
/l/land-crocodile.htm - 6k

Leviathan (5 Occurrences)
... of Authorized Version, it denotes the dragon which, according to Eastern tradition,
is an enemy of light; in 41:1 the crocodile is meant; in Psalm 104:26 it ...
/l/leviathan.htm - 10k

Chameleon (1 Occurrence)
... It is ranked among the unclean animals in Leviticus 11:30, where the Hebrew
word so translated is coah (RV, "land crocodile"). In ...
/c/chameleon.htm - 11k

Cockatrice (3 Occurrences)
... Easton's Bible Dictionary The mediaeval name (a corruption of "crocodile") of
a fabulous serpent supposed to be produced from a cock's egg. ...
/c/cockatrice.htm - 10k

Land (19790 Occurrences)
... Alfred Ely Day LAND-CROCODILE (Revised Version (British and American))
land-crok'-o-dil (koach; Septuagint chamaileon, Leviticus 11:30; the King James ...
/l/land.htm - 21k

... Partridge, Quail, Peacock GRALLATORES: Crane, Heron, Stork STEGANOPODES: Pelican,
Cormorant RATTAE: Ostrich Reptiles: CROCODILIA: Crocodile (Leviathan) CHELONIA ...
/z/zoology.htm - 18k

Lizard (3 Occurrences)
... British and American) "gecko" (which see); (5) koach, the King James Version
"chameleon," the Revised Version (British and American) "land-crocodile" (which ...
/l/lizard.htm - 16k

Tortoise (1 Occurrence)
... The LXX. renders the word by "land crocodile." The word, however, more probably
denotes a lizard, called by the modern Arabs dhabb. Noah Webster's Dictionary. ...
/t/tortoise.htm - 9k

Shihor-libnath (1 Occurrence)
... Black-white, a stream on the borders of Asher, probably the modern Nahr Zerka, ie,
the "crocodile brook," or "blue river", which rises in the Carmel range and ...
/s/shihor-libnath.htm - 8k

Bible Concordance
Crocodile (1 Occurrence)

Leviticus 11:30 and the gecko, and the land-crocodile, and the lizard, and the sand-lizard, and the chameleon.



Related Terms

Land-crocodile (1 Occurrence)

Leviathan (5 Occurrences)

Chameleon (1 Occurrence)

Cockatrice (3 Occurrences)

Land (19790 Occurrences)


Lizard (3 Occurrences)

Tortoise (1 Occurrence)

Shihor-libnath (1 Occurrence)

Scales (33 Occurrences)

Shihorlibnath (1 Occurrence)

Landed (10 Occurrences)

Kishon (6 Occurrences)


Games (2 Occurrences)

Ferret (1 Occurrence)


Dragon (20 Occurrences)

Deposit (19 Occurrences)

Monitor (1 Occurrence)

Cane (11 Occurrences)

Crocus (1 Occurrence)

Croak (1 Occurrence)

Sand-lizard (1 Occurrence)


Sharon (9 Occurrences)



Sand (40 Occurrences)

Papyrus (4 Occurrences)

Egypt (596 Occurrences)

Palestine (1 Occurrence)

Assyria (124 Occurrences)

Bible ConcordanceBible DictionaryBible EncyclopediaTopical BibleBible Thesuarus
Top of Page
Top of Page