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The Lexham Bible Dictionary
Kue
Kue (קֹוֵה‎, qoweh). Neo-Hittite kingdom located near Cilicia, in southeast Asia Minor (modern Turkey).
The Anchor Yale Bible Dictionary
Kue (Place)
KUE (PLACE) [Heb qōweh (קֹוֶה‎); qōwēʾ (קֹוֵא)]. Name of a Neo-Hittite kingdom which occupied a fertile lowland area in SE Turkey (classical Cilicia campestris) during the first half of the 1st millennium b.c.e. It was bordered by the Taurus mountains on the N, by the Mediterranean on the S, and by
Baker Encyclopedia of the Bible
Kue
Kue. Name of Cilicia in OT times. From there Solomon imported horses (1 Kgs 10:28; 2 Chr 1:16). It included two geographical areas, the plain on the east (Cilicia Pedias) and the mountains on the west (Cilicia Tracheia). It was bounded on the south by the Mediterranean, on the west and northwest by the
The International Standard Bible Encyclopedia, Revised
Kue
Kue koo̅ʹə [Heb. qewēh, qewēʾ; Gk. Koue; Lat Coa] (1 K. 10:28; 2 Ch. 1:16); AV “linen yarn”; NEB COA. The country from which Solomon imported horses, probably the ancient name for eastern Cilicia.Kue was one of the small neo-Hittite states of northern Syria and southern Anatolia that formed in
Tyndale Bible Dictionary
Kue
KUE* Name of Cilicia in OT times. From there Solomon imported horses (1 Kgs 10:28; 2 Chr 1:16, nlt mg). It included two geographical areas, the plain on the east (Cilicia Pedias) and the mountains on the west (Cilicia Tracheia). It was bounded on the south by the Mediterranean, on the west and northwest
The HarperCollins Bible Dictionary (Revised and Updated)
Kue
Kue (kyoo´ee), a source of horses for King Solomon’s armies. Cited along with Egypt as a place Solomon could buy horses (1 Kings 10:28; 2 Chron. 1:16), it has been identified as a probable ancient name for eastern Cilicia in Asia Minor. If so, it refers to the southeastern portion of modern Turkey between
Eerdmans Dictionary of the Bible
Kue
Kue (Heb. qōweh, qōwēʾ)A neo-Hittite kingdom in southeastern Turkey during the first half of the 1st millennium b.c., bordered by the Taurus Mountains on the north, the Amanus Mountains in the east, and the Mediterranean on the south. The area was inhabited by Luwians and Hurrians. Solomon procured
Eerdmans Bible Dictionary
Kue
Kue [kūˊĭ] (Heb. qûh; Akk. Qaue).* Ancient Adana (Hitt. Adanawa), a country in eastern Cilicia on the coastal plain of Asia Minor. It was one of the countries from which King Solomon imported horses (1 Kgs. 10:28 par. 2 Chr. 1:16; JB “Cilicia”). The KJV, following the Masoretic misreading
The New Unger’s Bible Dictionary
Kue
KU´E. (kūʹe). A place from which Solomon imported horses (1 Kings 10:28; 2 Chron. 1:16), usually identified with Cilicia (see NIV, marg.).
Nelson’s New Illustrated Bible Dictionary
Keveh
KEVEH [keh VAY] — probably an ancient name for the province of Cilicia, in Asia Minor (modern Turkey). King Solomon imported horses from Egypt and Keveh (1 Kin. 10:28; 2 Chr. 1:16; Kue, NRSV, NASB, NIV; Kue, REB).
Holman Illustrated Bible Dictionary
Kue
KUE (Kūʹ ĕ) Believed by many to be an ancient name for Cilicia. The name occurs in 1 Kings 10:28 and 2 Chron. 1:16. The Masoretes (the Hebrew scholars who added the vowels to the Hebrew text which had been written only with consonants) did not seem to understand the reference and added vowels to the
The Zondervan Encyclopedia of the Bible, Volume 3, H–L
Kue
Kue kyoo’ee (קְוֵהH7750, meaning unknown). A Hittite kingdom occupying SE Asia Minor, corresponding to E Cilicia. A document of Nebuchadnezzar II, dated between 595 and 570 B.C., mentions the land of Hu-m-e (pronounced Khuwe or Khwe). It also occurs in the Istanbul Stela of Nabonidus. The Annals of
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