1797. dikken
Strong's Concordance
dikken: this, that.
Original Word: דִּכֵּן
Part of Speech: demonstrative pronoun common
Transliteration: dikken
Phonetic Spelling: (dik-kane')
Definition: this, that
NAS Exhaustive Concordance
Word Origin
(Aramaic) from dek
Definition
this, that.

Brown-Driver-Briggs
דִּכֵּן demonstrative pronoun common this, that; only Daniel; Ezra uses דֵח (דֵּח + demonstrative affix. n, WCG 111); — Daniel 2:31 ׳צַלְמָא ד, Daniel 7:20,21 ׳קַרְנָא ד.

Strong's Exhaustive Concordance
same, that, this

(Aramaic) prolonged from dek; this -- same, that, this.

see HEBREW dek

Forms and Transliterations
דִּכֵּ֥ן דִכֵּ֔ן דִכֵּ֜ן דכן dik·kên ḏik·kên dikKen dikkên ḏikkên
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Daniel 2:31
HEB: שַׂגִּ֔יא צַלְמָ֨א דִּכֵּ֥ן רַ֛ב וְזִיוֵ֥הּ
KJV: a great image. This great image,
INT: great statue This was large splendor

Daniel 7:20
HEB: תְּלָ֑ת וְקַרְנָ֨א דִכֵּ֜ן וְעַיְנִ֣ין לַ֗הּ
KJV: even [of] that horn that had eyes,
INT: three horn that had eyes mouth

Daniel 7:21
HEB: הֲוֵ֔ית וְקַרְנָ֣א דִכֵּ֔ן עָבְדָ֥ה קְרָ֖ב
KJV: I beheld, and the same horn made
INT: kept horn and the same was waging war

3 Occurrences

Strong's Hebrew 1797
3 Occurrences


dik·kên — 3 Occ.










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