2748. Kedrón
Strong's Concordance
Kedrón: Kidron, a brook and wadi near Jer.
Original Word: Κεδρών, ὁ
Part of Speech: Proper Noun, Indeclinable
Transliteration: Kedrón
Phonetic Spelling: (ked-rone')
Definition: Kidron, a brook and wadi near Jer
Usage: Kidron, a valley near Jerusalem.
NAS Exhaustive Concordance
Word Origin
of Hebrew origin Qidron
Kidron, a brook and wadi near Jer.
NASB Translation
Kidron (1).

Thayer's Greek Lexicon
STRONGS NT 2748: κέδρος

κέδρος, κέδρου, (from Homer down), a cedar, a well-known tree, the wood of which is fragrant: χείμαρρος τῶν κέδρων, John 18:1 R Tr text WH (so also 2 Samuel 15:23; 1 Kings 15:13 (cf. 2:37)); τοῦ (sic) κέδρου, ibid. Tdf.; but see the following word.

STRONGS NT 2748: ΚεδρώνΚεδρών, (Buttmann, 21 (19)), indeclinable (in Josephus, Κεδρών, Κεδρωνος (see below)), Cedron (or Kidron) (Hebrew קִדְרון i. e. dark, turbid), the name of a (winter-) torrent, rising near Jerusalem and flowing down through a valley of the same name (having the Matt. of Olives on the E.) into the Dead Sea: χείμαρρος τοῦ Κεδρών, John 18:1 G L Tr marginal reading, according to the more correct reading (but see WH's Appendix, at the passage); (χείμαρρος Κεδρωνος, Josephus, Antiquities 8, 1, 5; φάραγξ Κεδρωνος, ibid. 9, 7, 3; b. j. 5, 6, 1; φάραγγι, βαθεῖα ... Κεδρών ὠνομασται, ibid. 5, 2, 3). (B. D., under the word , cf. Cedron, 2; Robinson, Phys. Geogr. of the Holy Land, p. 96f.)

Strong's Exhaustive Concordance

Of Hebrew origin (Qidrown); Cedron (i.e. Kidron), a brook near Jerusalem -- Cedron.

see HEBREW Qidrown

Forms and Transliterations
κέδροι κέδροις κέδρον κέδρος κέδρου κεδρούς κέδρους κέδρω Κεδρων κεδρών Κεδρὼν Κέδρων Kedron Kedrōn Kédron Kédrōn
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Englishman's Concordance
John 18:1 N
GRK: Χειμάρρου τοῦ Κέδρων ὅπου ἦν
NAS: the ravine of the Kidron, where
KJV: over the brook Cedron, where was
INT: winter stream of Kidron where was

Strong's Greek 2748
1 Occurrence

Κέδρων — 1 Occ.

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