7100. qetsach
Strong's Concordance
qetsach: black cumin
Original Word: קֶצַח
Part of Speech: Noun Masculine
Transliteration: qetsach
Phonetic Spelling: (keh'-tsakh)
Definition: black cumin
NAS Exhaustive Concordance
Word Origin
from an unused word
black cumin
NASB Translation
dill (3).

קֶ֫צַח noun masculineIsaiah 28:27 black cumin (Nigella sativa Linn.; ᵐ5 μελάνθιον, ᵑ9, gith id.; compare TrNHB 444; Smith DB 2nd ed. FITCHES PostHastings DB ID.); — plant with small black acrid seeds, used as condiment: absolute ׳ק Isaiah 28:25,27 (twice in verse).

Strong's Exhaustive Concordance

From an unused root apparently meaning to incise; fennelflower (from its pungency) -- fitches.

Forms and Transliterations
קֶ֔צַח קֶ֖צַח קצח Ketzach qe·ṣaḥ qeṣaḥ
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Englishman's Concordance
Isaiah 28:25
HEB: פָנֶ֔יהָ וְהֵפִ֥יץ קֶ֖צַח וְכַמֹּ֣ן יִזְרֹ֑ק
NAS: And sow dill and scatter
KJV: thereof, doth he not cast abroad the fitches, and scatter
INT: surface and sow dill cummin and scatter

Isaiah 28:27
HEB: בֶֽחָרוּץ֙ י֣וּדַשׁ קֶ֔צַח וְאוֹפַ֣ן עֲגָלָ֔ה
NAS: For dill is not threshed
KJV: For the fitches are not threshed
INT: A threshing threshed dill wheel is the cartwheel

Isaiah 28:27
HEB: בַמַּטֶּ֛ה יֵחָ֥בֶט קֶ֖צַח וְכַמֹּ֥ן בַּשָּֽׁבֶט׃
NAS: cummin; But dill is beaten
KJV: upon the cummin; but the fitches are beaten out
INT: A rod is beaten dill and cummin A club

3 Occurrences

Strong's Hebrew 7100
3 Occurrences

qe·ṣaḥ — 3 Occ.

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