Word Summary
Qeni or Qini: members of the tribe of Kenites
Original Word: קֵינִי
Transliteration: Qeni or Qini
Phonetic Spelling: (kay-nee')
Part of Speech: Adjective
Short Definition: members of the tribe of Kenites
Meaning: Kenite -- members of the tribe of Kenites
Strong's Concordance

Or Qiyniy (1 Chron. 2:55) {kee-nee'}; patronymic from Qayin; a Kenite or member of the tribe of Kajin -- Kenite.

see HEBREW Qayin


H7017. Qeni

or Qini קֵינִיadjective, of a people of II. קַיִן

1 (q. v.), הַקּ ׳חֶבֶר‎ (dwelling in North Israel), ὁ Κειναῖος Judges 4:11, 17 (twice in verse); 5:24 (against WMM Jen, who refers ׳ק‎ here to city Kîn near Megiddo, mentioned by Egyptian, see especially Bu Now on 4:11); read probably also הַקּ ׳חֹבָב1:16 (for ק ׳בְּנֵי‎; so Bu GFM; ᵐ5οἱ υιὁὶ Ιοθορ τοῦ Κειναίου); elsewhere as

name of a people collective ׳הַקּ‎ settled among Amalekites, Numbers 24:21 (J E; see II. קַיִן1), 1 Samuel 15:6 — = קֵינִי15:6 (We Bu Kit קַיִן‎, HPS הַקֵּינִי‎); — ׳הַקּ‎ also 27:10; 30:29 (B ᵐ5L Κενεζ(ε)Ι =קְנִזִּי‎ A Κηνελ, Κειναῖος); Genesis 15:19 (list of peoples; R); = הַקִּינִים1 Chronicles 2:55 (Κ(ε)ιναῖοι), related to Rechabites.