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Baker Encyclopedia of the Bible
The International Standard Bible Encyclopedia, Revised
Tyndale Bible Dictionary
ADDER* Any of several kinds of poisonous and nonpoisonous snakes, especially the common viper of Europe and Asia. See Animals.
The HarperCollins Bible Dictionary (Revised and Updated)
Smith’s Bible Dictionary
Ad´der. This word is used for any poisonous snake, and is applied in this general sense by the translators of the Authorized Version. The word adder occurs five times in the text of the Authorized Version (see below), and three times in the margin as synonymous with cockatrice, viz., Isa. 11:8; 14:29;
The New Unger’s Bible Dictionary
Easton’s Bible Dictionary
Adder—(Ps. 140:3; Rom. 3:13, “asp”) is the rendering of, (1.) Akshub (“coiling” or “lying in wait”), properly an asp or viper, found only in this passage. (2.) Pethen (“twisting”), a viper or venomous serpent identified with the cobra (Naja haje) (Ps. 58:4; 91:13); elsewhere “asp.” (3.) Tziphoni (“hissing”)
Harper’s Bible Dictionary
Adderadder, a poisonous snake. The kjv translates four different Hebrew words for species of serpents that cannot be precisely identified with the word ‘adder’ (e.g., Gen. 49:17; Ps. 140:3; cf. Rom. 3:13, where the rsv has ‘asp’). The words cluster as parallel terms in poetry where the snakes symbolize
International Standard Bible Encyclopedia
AdderPuff adder (Bitis arietans).Encyclopædia Britannica, Inc.or northern viper, a small, stout-bodied, poisonous snake, Vipera berus, of the viper family Viperidae. (The name adder is sometimes applied to other groups resembling Vipera, such as the death adder, the puff adder, and the night adder.)
Dictionary of Phrase and Fable
Basilisk. The king of serpents (Greek, basileus, a king), supposed to have the power of “looking any one dead on whom it fixed its eyes.” Hence Dryden makes Clytus say to Alexander, “Nay, frown not so; you cannot look me dead.” This creature is called a king from having on its head a mitre-shaped crest.
The Westminster Bible Dictionary
Adʹder, a general name for several species of venomous serpents belonging to the viper family. In our English version of the Old Testament it is the rendering of four different Hebrew words, each indicating some specific difference. The first of these words occurs only in Ps. 140:3, and expresses the