Definition of Kheth
1. heth [n -S] - See also: heth
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Literary usage of Kheth
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. The Analytical Hebrew and Chaldee Lexicon: Consisting of an Alphabetical ...by Benjamin Davidson by Benjamin Davidson (1848)
"12 kheth. ¡ 2 Ki. 18. ... kheth. for ЙП'КПП ; 2 Ki. 6. 25 D^'V ПП kheth. ..."
2. The Ghebers of Hebron: An Introduction to the Gheborim in the Lands of the by Samuel Fales Dunlap (1894)
"The name of the Kheta has been preserved in the names Gath, kheth (Heth) Katti ... Hebron (kheth) and down to Arad and Kadesh; there was another lower line ..."
3. Journal of the Transactions of the Victoria Institute, Or Philosophical by Victoria Institute (Great Britain) (1879)
"The inhabitants of Hebron are called " the Amorite," and afterwards "sons of ..kheth"; but they may have been distinguished by the local name of ..."
4. A Grammar of the Hebrew Language, Comprised in a Series of Lectures by Samuel Lee (1827)
"It will be unnecessary to make any additional remarks on the following letters till we come to H kheth ; and, on this it is only necessary to say, ..."
5. The Methodist Review (1899)
"Kadmos " is " kheth- mos " or " kheth(i)mos." What Kadmos stands for in Greek legend need not detain us here. He was the reputed son of Agenor, ..."
6. Proceedings of the Society of Biblical Archaeology by Society of Biblical Archaeology (1897)
"Ill, fig. 3, which gem, as we shall see presently, is admitted by M. Joachim Menant to be of very late date. kheth resembles the ..."