Definition of "kaneh" []

  • See caneh. (noun)
  • An ancient Hebrew measure of six cubits (noun)

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Use "kaneh" in a sentence
  • "Cannabis is called kaneh bosem in Hebrew, which is now recognized as the Scythian word that Herodotus wrote as kannabis (or cannabis)."
  • "43: 24; Jer. 6: 20, the Hebrew word kaneh is thus rendered, giving its name to the plant."
  • "The Spirit speaks in the canon of Scripture (the word canon is derived from Hebrew, "kaneh," "a reed," the word here used; and John it was who completed the canon)."