Word Summary
qatsin: a chief, ruler
Original Word: קָצִין
Transliteration: qatsin
Phonetic Spelling: (kaw-tseen')
Part of Speech: Noun Masculine
Short Definition: a chief, ruler
Meaning: a magistrate, other leader
Strong's Concordance
captain, guide, prince, ruler

From qatsah in the sense of determining; a magistrate (as deciding) or other leader -- captain, guide, prince, ruler. Compare Eth Qatsiyn.

see HEBREW qatsah

see HEBREW Eth Qatsiyn


H7101. qatsin

קָצִיןnoun masculineDaniel 11:18 chief, ruler (properly decider, compare Dr11:8); — absolute ׳קJudges 11:6 +; construct קְצִּיןIsaiah 3:7; plural construct קְעִינֵי‎ Isaiah 1:40 +; suffix קְצִינַיִח22:3; —

1 chief, commander in war Joshua 10:24 (JE), Judges 11:6, 11 ("" ראֹשׁ‎), Daniel 11:18.

2 dictator, Isaiah 3:67.

3 more Generally, ruler, man in authority, Isaiah 1:10; 22:3; Micah 3:1, 9; of ants, ק ׳אֵיןProverbs 6:7 (+משֵׁל שֹׁטֵר,‎). — 25:15 read probably קֶצֶף‎ (Toy).

קְצָוֺת‎ see קְצָת‎. above

קצח‎ (√ of following; meaning unknown; Late Hebrew קֶצַח‎ = Biblical Hebrew; Arabic , seeds used for seasoning).