qetsach: black cuminOriginal Word: קֶ֫צַחPart of Speech:
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black cuminNASB Translation
Brown-Driver-Briggs קֶ֫צַח noun masculineIsaiah 28:27 black cumin
Linn.; ᵐ5 μελάνθιον
, gith id.
; compare TrNHB 444
; Smith DB 2nd ed. FITCHES PostHastings DB ID
.); — plant with small black acrid seeds, used as condiment: absolute ׳ק Isaiah 28:25
,27 (twice in verse).
From an unused root apparently meaning to incise; fennelflower (from its pungency) -- fitches.