Word Summary
kese or keseh: full moon
Original Word: כֶּסֶא
Transliteration: kese or keseh
Phonetic Spelling: (keh'-seh)
Part of Speech: Noun Masculine
Short Definition: full moon
Meaning: fulness, the full moon, its festival
Strong's Concordance
time appointed

Or keceh {keh'-seh}; apparently from kacah; properly, fulness or the full moon, i.e. Its festival -- (time) appointed.

see HEBREW kacah


H3677. kese

or keseh כֶּ֫סֶאProverbs 7:20, כֶּ֫סֶהPsalm 81:4 noun [masculine] full moon (compare Aramaic ; origin dubious, compare LagSymn. i. 93; perhaps Assyrian loan-word; compare Assyrian kusêu, headdress or cap, = agû, id., and also full moon (as tiara of moon-god ?), DlHWB, sub kusêu, kubšu, agû; yet see Brock) — הַכּ ׳לְיוֺםProverbs 7:20; as a feast-day, ׳בַּכּPsalm 81:4 (opposed to בַּחֹדֶשׁ‎, at the new moon).