3595. kiyyor
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kiyyor: pot, basin
Original Word: כִּיּוֹר
Part of Speech: Noun Masculine
Transliteration: kiyyor
Phonetic Spelling: (kee-yore')
Short Definition: laver

NAS Exhaustive Concordance
Word Origin
from the same as kur
pot, basin
NASB Translation
basin (6), basins (5), firepot (1), laver (9), pan (1), platform (1).

כִּיֹּר, כִּיּוֺר noun masculine1Kings 7:38 pot, basin (Late Hebrew כִּיּוֺר wash-basin, so Aramaic כִּיּוֺרָא) — absolute כִּיֹּר 1 Kings 7:30 8t.; כִּיּוֺר 1 Samuel 2:14 5t.; construct כִּיּוֺר Exodus 30:18 2t.; plural absolute כִּיֹּרוֺת 1 Kings 7:40 (but see below), 2 Chronicles 4:14; כְּיֹּרֹת 1 Kings 7:43; כִּיּוֺרִים2Chronicles 4:6; construct כְּיֹּרוֺת 1 Kings 7:38; —

1 pot for cooking 1 Samuel 2:14 ("" דּוּד, קַלַּחַת, מָּרוּר).

2 fire-pot כִּיּוֺר אֵשׁ Zechariah 12:6 ("" לַמִּיד אֵשׁ; figurative of chiefs of Judah).

3 basin of bronze for washing, laver; set on a bronze support

a. before tabernacle Exodus 30:18,28; Exodus 31:9; Exodus 35:16; Exodus 38:8; Exodus 39:39; Exodus 40:7,11,30; Leviticus 8:11 (all P).

b. 10in number, 5 at each front corner of temple 1 Kings 7:30,38 (3 t. in verse); 1 Kings 7:43 2Chronicles 4:14,6 (1 Ki 7:40 read הַסִּירוֺת as 1 Kings 7:45 and "" 2 Chronicles 4:11,16, so Hebrew Manuscripts ᵐ5 ᵑ9 Th Ke Sta Klo and others)

4 plat form or stage of bronze (probably round, bowl-like in shape) on which, according to Chronicles, Solomon stood and kneeled 2 Chronicles 6:13.

hearth, laver, pan, scaffold

Or kiyor {kee-yore'}; from the same as kuwr; properly, something round (as excavated or bored), i.e. A chafing-dish for coals or a caldron for cooking; hence (from similarity of form) a washbowl; also (for the same reason) a pulpit or platform -- hearth, laver, pan, scaffold.

see HEBREW kuwr

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