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kanon (KANˇon). The Greek word meaning "norm" or "rule." It is a derivative of a semantic root for a "reed" used as a measuring rod or stick in the sense of a standard like a "ruler" or "yard stick" in English. The word qaneh is the Hebrew equivalent. Its English derivative is canon in reference to the recognized books of the Bible.

khirbet (KHIRˇbet). Arabic for “ruin” in reference to an ancient site with visible surface debris.

Kingdom of God (KINGˇdom of god). More Information.

Koinę (koiˇNĘ). The common Greek language in the Apostolic Age. The Koine, meaning "common", Greek was spoken throughout the Eastern portion of the Roman empire and in much of the West.

Kislev (KISˇlev) The third month of the Jewish civil calendar. Kislev corresponds roughly to December in the Gregorian calendar.

krater (KRAˇter). A large deep bowl with upright walls and definite carination or shouldering.


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