kar: captainOriginal Word: כָּר
Part of Speech: Noun Masculine
Phonetic Spelling: (kar)
Short Definition: captain
Brown-Driver-BriggsI. [כָּר] noun [masculine] basket-saddle, **for basket-saddle read < camelpalankeen; the palankeen, or tent-like erection, on the saddle (BurckhBedouins and Wahabys, 266 DoughtyArab. Des. i. 437. ii. 304 LaneModern Egyptians (5) ii. 158 and elsewhere), which seems intended here, is distinct from the basket or pannier (in which some women also traveled, PorterTravels ii. 232.). בְּכַרהַֿגָּמָל Genesis 31:34 in the camel-basket, i.e. the basket-saddle of the camel, a sort of palankeen bound upon the saddle proper (compare Kn in Di and references) II. כַּר see in alphabetical order.
II. כַּר noun masculinePsalm 65:14 pasture (√ dubious; Thes derives from כַּר lamb (=lamb-pasturage); SchwZAW x. (1890) 186 from כרה, and compare Assyrian kirû [which however = nursery of trees, grove DlHWB 353], Arabic cistern; HomNS 100 from כרר q. v., originally = round enclosure); — singular only כַּד נִדְחָ֑בּ Isaiah 30:23 a roomy pasture; plural כָּרִים Psalm 37:20, הַצּאֹןלָֽבְשׁוּ ׳כ Psalm 65:14 the pastures are clothed with the sheep (> Schwl.c. who translates lambs Psalm 37:20 after Aq ᵑ6 ᵑ7 and Psalm 65:14, and understands Isaiah 30:23 of a definite plural). —
III. כַּר lamb see below כרר.
II. כַּר noun [masculine] he-lamb, battering-ram (Assyrian kirru, Zim in SchwZAW x. (1890), 186; perhaps lamb from dancing, skipping, galloping in field; (battering-) ram as in English, from butting; compare Arabic ram and buttress, Lane; also battering-ram compare Dozyii. 440); — singular only Isaiah 16:1 the lamb of the ruler (as tribute); elsewhere plural כָּרִים Amos 6:4; 1 Samuel 15:9; 2 Kings 3:4; Jeremiah 51:40 (in simile), Ezekiel 27:21; Ezekiel 39:18; ׳חֵלֶב כ Deuteronomy 32:14 the fat of lambs; ׳דַּם כ וְעַתּוּדִים Isaiah 34:6 the blood of lambs and goats; כָּרִים = battering-rams Ezekiel 4:2; Ezekiel 21:27 (twice in verse) (in va Co reads שָׂרִים, compare AV; ᵑ0 RV as above). — See also בֵּית כָּ֑ר p. I I I above
Strong's Exhaustive Concordancecaptain, furniture, lamb, large pasture, ram
From karar in the sense of plumpness; a ram (as full-grown and fat), including a battering-ram (as butting); hence, a meadow (as for sheep); also a pad or camel's saddle (as puffed out) -- captain, furniture, lamb, (large) pasture, ram. See also Beyth Kar, kariy.
see HEBREW karar
see HEBREW Beyth Kar
see HEBREW kariy
Forms and Transliterationsבְּכַ֥ר בְּכָרִ֤ים בכר בכרים הַכָּרִים֙ הכרים כְּכָרִ֣ים כַ֥ר כַּ֥ר כָּרִ֑ים כָּרִ֔ים כָּרִ֖ים כָּרִ֜ים כָּרִ֤ים כָּרִים֙ כָרִ֨ים ׀ ככרים כר כרים bə·ḵā·rîm bə·ḵar beChar bechaRim bəḵar bəḵārîm char chaRim hak·kā·rîm hakkaRim hakkārîm kā·rîm ḵā·rîm kar ḵar kaRim kārîm ḵārîm kə·ḵā·rîm kechaRim kəḵārîm
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Englishman's ConcordanceStrong's Hebrew 3733
bə·ḵar — 1 Occ.
bə·ḵā·rîm — 1 Occ.
ḵar — 1 Occ.
ḵā·rîm — 1 Occ.
hak·kā·rîm — 1 Occ.
kar — 1 Occ.
kā·rîm — 9 Occ.
kə·ḵā·rîm — 1 Occ.
HEB: הַתְּרָפִ֗ים וַתְּשִׂמֵ֛ם בְּכַ֥ר הַגָּמָ֖ל וַתֵּ֣שֶׁב
NAS: them in the camel's saddle, and she sat
KJV: them in the camel's furniture, and sat
INT: the household and put saddle the camel's sat
1 Samuel 15:9