3770. kares
Strong's Concordance
kares: belly
Original Word: כְּרֵשׂ
Part of Speech: Noun Masculine
Transliteration: kares
Phonetic Spelling: (ker-ace')
Short Definition: stomach
NAS Exhaustive Concordance
Word Origin
from an unused word
Definition
belly
NASB Translation
stomach (1).

Brown-Driver-Briggs
[כָּרֵשׂ] noun [masculine] belly (Late Hebrew כֶּרֶס id.; Aramaic כַּרְסָא id.; Mandean כראס, כארסא, uterus, NöM 151, 157; Arabic Ethiopic wrinkled or folded stomach of cud-chewing animals; compare LagBN 20, 44; Assyrian karšu, body, belly); — only suffix כְּרֵשׂוֺ Jeremiah 51:34 of Nebuchadrezzar under figure of sea-monster.

Strong's Exhaustive Concordance
belly

By variation from qarac; the paunch or belly (as swelling out) -- belly.

see HEBREW qarac

Forms and Transliterations
כְרֵשׂ֖וֹ כרשו chereSo ḵə·rê·śōw ḵərêśōw
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Strong's Hebrew 3770
1 Occurrence


ḵə·rê·śōw — 1 Occ.

Jeremiah 51:34
HEB: כַּתַּנִּ֔ין מִלָּ֥א כְרֵשׂ֖וֹ מֵֽעֲדָנָ֑י [הֱדִיחָנוּ
NAS: He has filled his stomach with my delicacies;
KJV: he hath filled his belly with my delicates,
INT: A monster has filled his stomach my delicacies cast out

1 Occurrence

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