כּתּנת כּתנת 


kthoneth; keth-o'-neth or kuttoneth



Parts of Speech

n f

Root Word (Etymology)

from an unused root meaning to cover [compare 3802], Greek 5509 citwn

Dictionary Aids

TWOT Reference: 1058a

KJV Translation Count — 29x

The KJV translates Strongs H1 in the following manner: coat (23), garment (5), robe (1)

Outline of Biblical Usage

1. tunic, under-garment
a. a long shirt-like garment usually of linen

Strong's Definitions

kthoneth, keth-o'-neth; or kuttoneth, koot-to'neth; from an unused root meaning to cover (compare 3802); a shirt: — coat, garment, robe.

Concordance Results Using KJV

Unto Adam also and to his wife did the LORD God make H3801s of skins, and clothed them.


Now Israel loved Joseph more than all his children, because he was the son of his old age: and he made him a H3801 of many colours.


And it came to pass, when Joseph was come unto his brethren, that they stript Joseph out of his H3801, his H3801 of many colours that was on him;


And they took Joseph's H3801, and killed a kid of the goats, and dipped the H3801 in the blood;


And they sent the H3801 of many colours, and they brought it to their father; and said, This have we found: know now whether it be thy son's H3801 or no.


And he knew it, and said, It is my son's H3801; an evil beast hath devoured him; Joseph is without doubt rent in pieces.


And these are the H3801s which they shall make; a breastplate, and an ephod, and a H3801, and a broidered H3801, a mitre, and a girdle: and they shall make holy H3801s for Aaron thy brother, and his sons, that he may minister unto me in the priest's office.


And thou shalt embroider the H3801 of fine linen, and thou shalt make the mitre of fine linen, and thou shalt make the girdle of needlework.


And for Aaron's sons thou shalt make H3801s, and thou shalt make for them girdles, and bonnets shalt thou make for them, for glory and for beauty.


And thou shalt take the H3801s, and put upon Aaron the H3801, and the H3801 of the ephod, and the ephod, and the breastplate, and gird him with the curious girdle of the ephod: