3599. kis
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kis: bag, purse
Original Word: כִּיס
Part of Speech: Noun Masculine
Transliteration: kis
Phonetic Spelling: (keece)
Short Definition: bag

NAS Exhaustive Concordance
Word Origin
of uncertain derivation
bag, purse
NASB Translation
bag (3), purse (2).

כִּיס noun masculineProverbs 1:14 bag, purse (perhaps kindred with כּוֺס, q. v.; Arabic (probably from Persian Lane2640); Ethiopic Late Hebrew כִּיס; Aramaic כִּיסָא, , Palmyrene מן כיסה from his purse = at his own expense, Vogp. 13 and others) — bag, in which were carried:

a. weights (see אֶבֶן 5) Deuteronomy 25:13; Micah 6:11; Proverbs 16:11;

b. money, i.e. a purse Isaiah 46:6; Proverbs 1:14.

כִּיִּר, [כִּיר], כִּירַיִם see below I. כור.

כִּישׁוֺר see below כשׁר.

כָּ֫כָה see below כה above

כִּכָּר see below כרר; כֹּל see below I. כלל.

bag, cup, purse

A form for kowc; a cup; also a bag for money or weights -- bag, cup, purse.

see HEBREW kowc

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