3754. kerem
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kerem: a vineyard
Original Word: כָּ֫רֶם
Part of Speech: Noun Masculine
Transliteration: kerem
Phonetic Spelling: (keh'-rem)
Short Definition: vineyard

NAS Exhaustive Concordance
Word Origin
of uncertain derivation
a vineyard
NASB Translation
vineyard (47), vineyards (45).

כֶּרֶם92 noun masculineDeuteronomy 28:30 (feminineIsaiah 27:2) vineyard (Late Hebrew id.; Aramaic כַּרְמָא Zinjirli כרם DHMSendsch.58; Arabic , vine; Ethiopic vine; JenZA vii. (1892), 217 compare Assyrian Karânu, vine; — etymology dubious; Thes and others compare Arabic noble, Generous, fertile, but precarious); — absolute ׳כ Exodus 22:4 +, כָּ֑רֶם Genesis 9:20 +; construct כֶּרֶם 1 Kings 21:7 +; suffix כַּרְמִי Isaiah 5:3 +, כַּרְמְךָ Exodus 23:11 +, etc.; plural כְּרָמִים Joshua 24:13 +; construct כַּרְמֵי Amos 5:1 2t.; suffix כְּרָמֵנוּ Nehemiah 5:3 3t.; כַרְמֵיכֶם Amos 4:9 2t., etc., — vineyard Genesis 9:20 (J), 1 Kings 21:1 9t. 1 Kings 21; Songs 2:15 (twice in verse) +; so even Judges 15:5 (where read וזית ׳כָ compare GFM, who however doubts Genuineness); + זַּיִת Exodus 23:11 (E) and often (V. זית); + שָׂדֶה Exodus 22:4; Exodus 22:5 (E), and often; figurative of Israel under ׳יs. care Isaiah 5:1ff., compare Isaiah 3:14; Jeremiah 12:10; figurative of Shulamite's complexion Songs 1:6, of her heart Songs 8:12. — Vbs. governing ׳כ are: — נָטַע Genesis 9:20; Amos 5:11 16t., compare ׳מַטָּעֵי כ Micah 1:6; זָרַע Deuteronomy 22:9 (c. 2 accusative); חִלֵּל = begin to use fruit of, Deuteronomy 20:6 (twice in verse); Deuteronomy 28:30; Jeremiah 31:5; זָמַר prune, Leviticus 25:3,4; בָּצַר gather, harvest (literally cut off, i.e. grapes, Leviticus 25:5,11), Deuteronomy 24:21; Judges 9:27, compare לִקֵּשׁ Job 24:6; עוֺלֵל glean, Leviticus 19:10; Deuteronomy 24:21; אָכַל Joshua 24:13 (usually 'eat fruit of' Isaiah 65:21, etc.); locusts devour Amos 4:9 (si vera lectio) On

proper name, of a location אָבֵל כְּרָמִים see II. אָבֵל

4; בֵּית הַכֶּרֶם.

vines, increase of the vineyards, vintage

From an unused root of uncertain meaning; a garden or vineyard -- vines, (increase of the) vineyard(-s), vintage. See also Beyth hak-Kerem.

see HEBREW Beyth hak-Kerem

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