Qanah: a wadi between Ephraim and Manasseh, also a city in AsherOriginal Word: קָנָה
Part of Speech: Proper Name Location
Phonetic Spelling: (kaw-naw')
Short Definition: Kanah
NAS Exhaustive ConcordanceWord Origin
from the same as qaneh
a wadi between Ephraim and Manasseh, also a city in Asher
Brown-Driver-Briggsקָנָה proper name
1 of wady between Ephraim and Manass, ׳נַחַל ק Joshua 16:8; Joshua 17:9 (both P), Κα(ρα)να, Καναι, etc.; identification by Rob BR iii. 135. with Wady Kânah, south and southwest of Nablûs, compare BuhlGeogr. 101, 105.
2. loc in Asher, Joshua 19:28, Καν(θ)α(ν), etc.; probably †âna, southeast from Tyre RobBR ii 455 f. Buhl299, Egyptian Ka°nô WMMAs.u.Eur.181, and perhaps Tel Amarna †anû.
Strong's Exhaustive ConcordanceKanah
Feminine of qaneh; reediness; Kanah, the name of a stream and of a place in Palestine -- Kanah.
see HEBREW qaneh
Forms and Transliterationsוְקָנָ֑ה וקנה קָנָ֔ה קָנָ֜ה קנה kaNah qā·nāh qānāh vekaNah wə·qā·nāh wəqānāh
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Englishman's ConcordanceStrong's Hebrew 7071
qā·nāh — 2 Occ.
wə·qā·nāh — 1 Occ.
HEB: יָ֙מָּה֙ נַ֣חַל קָנָ֔ה וְהָי֥וּ תֹצְאֹתָ֖יו
NAS: to the brook of Kanah, and it ended
KJV: unto the river Kanah; and the goings out
INT: westward to the brook of Kanah and the goings out