Word Summary
qinnamon: cinnamon
Original Word: קִנָּמוֹן
Transliteration: qinnamon
Phonetic Spelling: (kin-naw-mone')
Part of Speech: Noun Masculine
Short Definition: cinnamon
Meaning: cinnamon bark
Strong's Concordance

From an unused root (meaning to erect); cinnamon bark (as in upright rolls) -- cinnamon.


H7076. qinnamon

קִנָּמוֺןnoun masculine cinnamon (probably foreign word, coming with the thing from remote East, compare M'Lean-ThDyerEncy Bib. under the word; compare with Malay kainamanis by RöThes. Add. 111, k¹yü m¹nIs LewyFremdw. 37, but only k¹yu, wood, given by ScottMal. Words in Eng. JAOS xviii, {1896, 1897}; Greek κιννάμων from Hebrew (against Lag BN 199)); — fragment bark used as spice: absolute ׳קProverbs 7:17; Song of Solomon 4:14; construct קִנְּמָןבֶּֿשֶׂםExodus 30:23(P) cinnamon of sweet odour. — See also Houghton-TrSmith D B under the word PostHastings DB under the word

קנן‎ (√ of following; meaning? Late Hebrew קֵןnest, Assyrian ‡innu, kannu, nest, family; Aramaic קִנָּאnest).