sanctuary. (1.) A place in the extreme south of Judah (Josh. 15:23). Probably the same as Kadesh-barnea (q.v.). (2.) A city of Issachar (1 Chr. 6:72). Possibly Tell Abu Kadeis, near Lejjun. (3.) A “fenced city” of Naphtali, one of the cities of refuge (Josh. 19:37; Judg. 4:6). It was assigned to the Gershonite Levites (Josh. 21:32). It was originally a Canaanite royal city (Josh. 12:22), and was the residence of Barak (Judg. 4:6); and here he and Deborah assembled the tribes of Zebulun and Naphtali before the commencement of the conflict with Sisera in the plain of Esdraelon, “for Jehovah among the mighty” (9, 10). In the reign of Pekah it was taken by Tiglath-Pileser (2 Kings 15:29). It was situated near the “plain” (rather “the oak”) of Zaanaim, and has been identified with the modern Kedes, on the hills fully four miles north-west of Lake El Huleh. It has been supposed by some that the Kedesh of the narrative, where Barak assembled his troops, was not the place in Upper Galilee so named, which was 30 miles distant from the plain of Esdraelon, but Kedish, on the shore of the Sea of Galilee, 12 miles from Tabor.
[kej] /kɛdʒ/ Nautical verb (used with object), kedged, kedging. 1. to warp or pull (a ship) along by hauling on the cable of an anchor carried out from the ship and dropped. verb (used without object), kedged, kedging. 2. (of a ship) to move by being kedged. noun 3. Also called kedge anchor. a small […]
[kej-uh-ree] /ˈkɛdʒ əˌri/ noun 1. East Indian Cookery. a cooked dish consisting of rice, lentils, and spices. 2. a cooked dish of rice, fish, hard-boiled eggs, butter, cream, and seasonings. /ˌkɛdʒəˈriː/ noun 1. (mainly Brit) a lightly curried dish consisting of rice, cooked flaked fish, and hard-boiled eggs
[key-deer-ee] /keɪˈdɪər i/ noun 1. a city on E Java, in Indonesia. /kɪˈdɪərɪ/ noun 1. a city in Indonesia, in E Java: commercial centre. Pop: 244 519 (2000)
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/ˈkɛdəlstən/ noun 1. a mansion near Derby in Derbyshire: rebuilt (1759–65) for the Curzon family by Matthew Brettingham, James Paine, and Robert Adam