Κα- names
Καάθ
  • Meaning: Kohath
  • Note: Son of Levi (Gen 46:11)
Κααθί
  • Meaning: Kohathite
  • Note: Descendant of Kohath (Num 26:57)
Κααθίτης
  • Parse: Noun: Nom Sing Masc
  • Meaning: Kohathites
  • Note: Descendant of Kohath (1Chron 9:32)
Καβασαήλ
  • Meaning: Kabzeel
  • Note: City in south of Judah near the border of Edom (1Chron 11:22)
Καβεσεήλ
  • Meaning: Kabzeel
  • Note: city in the extreme south of Judah, near to Idumaea (2Sam 23:20)
Καβσαῒμ
  • Meaning: Kibzaim
  • Note: Levite city in the territory of Ephraim (Josh 21:22)
Καβσεήλ
  • Meaning: Kabzeel
  • Note: City in the territory of Judah (Josh 15:21)
Καδές
  • Meaning: Kedesh
  • Note: City in the territory of Naphtali (Josh 19:37)
Καδημώθ
  • Meaning: Kedemoth
  • Note: City in the territory of Reuben (1Chron 6:79)
Καδημίμ
  • Meaning: Kademim, ancient
  • Note: LXX supposes is a proper noun, but it means ancient (Judg 5:21)
Κάδης
  • Meaning: Kedesh, Kadesh, Kades
  • Note: Kadesh: Sacred city of the Hittites on the bank of Orontes about 6 km south of Lake of Homs (Judith 1:9)
  • Note: Kedesh: City assigned to the tribe of Judah (Josh 15:23)
  • Note: Kadesh: Place in the wilderness on the SE border of Palestine about 265 km from Horeb (Gen 14:7)
  • Note: Kartah: Levite city in the territory of Zebulun (Josh 21:34)
Καδμιήλ
  • Meaning: Kadmiel
  • Note: One of the Levites who endorsed Nehemiah's covenant (Neh 10:10)
Καδμίηλος
  • Parse: Noun: Nom Sing Masc
  • Meaning: Cadmiel
  • Note: Ancestor (along with Jessue, Banuas, and Sudias) of 74 who came out of captivity (1Esdras 5:26)
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Καθοήλ
  • Meaning: Joktheel
  • Note: Name of a fortress renamed by Amaziah (2Kings 14:7)
Καθουά
  • Meaning: Caathua, Cathoua
  • Note: Head of family of those who came out of captivity (1Esdras 5:30)
Καϊάφας
  • Parse: Noun: Nom Sing Masc
  • Meaning: Caiaphas
  • Note: Jewish high priest (AD 27-36)
  • Forms:
Καιβαισελεήλ
  • Meaning: Kabzeel
  • Note: A city within the territory of Judah (Josh 15:21)
Κάϊν
  • Parse: Noun: Indeclined Masc
  • Meaning: Cain
  • Note: Son of Adam and Eve (Gen 4:1)
Καινά
  • Meaning: Caina
  • Note: LXX Vaticanus transliterates and considers it a proper noun (Judg 4:11)
Καιναῖος
  • Parse: Noun: Nom Sing Masc
  • Meaning: Kenite
  • Note: Tribe inhabiting the desert lying between southern Palestine and the mountains of Sinai (Gen 15:19)
  • Forms:
Καϊνάμ
Καϊνᾶν
  • Parse: Noun: Indeclined Masc
  • Meaning: Cainan
  • Note: Son of Arphaxad and father of Shelah (Luke 3:36)
  • Note: Son of Enosh and father of Cainan (Luke 3:37)
Καϊνᾶν
  • Meaning: Cainan
  • Note: Son of Arphaxad (Gen 10:24; 11:12)
  • Note: Cainan: Son of Enosh, father of Mahalalel (Gen 5:9; 1Chron 1:2)
Καινή
  • Parse: Noun: Nom Sing Fem
  • Meaning: New, wilderness
  • Note: LXX considers it is a proper noun; others translate it as wilderness (1Sam 23:15)
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Καῖσαρ
  • Parse: Noun: Nom Sing Masc
  • Meaning: Caesar
  • Note: The name given to many Roman emperors
  • Note: Augustus (Luke 2:1)
  • Note: Tiberius (Luke 3:1; 20:22)
  • Note: Claudius (Acts 11:28)
  • Note: Nero (Acts 25:8; Phil 4:22)
  • Forms:
Καισαρεία
Καλαμώ
  • Meaning: Calamo
  • Note: Hometown or ancestors (linked with Onus) of 725 who came out of captivity (1Esdras 5:22)
Καλιτά
  • Meaning: Kelita
  • Note: One of the Levites who endorsed Nehemiah's covenant (Neh 10:11)
Καλιτάς
  • Meaning: Kelita
  • Note: Alternate name of Kelaiah who had married a foreign wife (1Esdras 9:23)
  • Note: One of the Levitical teachers (1Esdras 9:48)
Καλλαί
  • Meaning: Kallai
  • Note: the head of a priestly house in the days of Joiakim (Neh 12:20)
Καλλισθένην
  • Meaning: Callisthenen
  • Note: An officer of Nicanor who was charged with the burning of the sacred portals of the temple at the time of the desecration under Antiochus Epiphanes (168 BC) (2Macc 6:33)
Καλοὶ Λιμένες
  • Parse: Noun: Nom Sing Masc
  • Meaning: Fair Havens
  • Note: A harbour of Crete (Acts 27:8)
  • Forms:
Καμίν
  • Meaning: Mahanaim
  • Note: Levite city in the territory of Gad (Josh 21:38)
Καμουήλ
  • Meaning: Kemuel
  • Note: Son of Nahor (Gen 22:21)
  • Note: Son of Shiphtan (Num 34:24)
  • Note: Levite father of Hashabiah (1Chron 27:17)
Κανά, Κανᾶ
  • Parse: Noun: Nom Sing Fem
  • Meaning: Cana
  • Note: Town of Galilee near Capernaum (John 2:1ff)
  • Note: Kanah: town in the territory of Asher (Josh 19:28)
  • Forms:
Καναάθ
  • Meaning: Kenath
  • Note: Former name of the town Nobah (Num 32:42)
Κανάθ
  • Meaning: Kenath
  • Note: A city in Bashan (1Chron 2:23)
Καναναῖος
Κανανίτης
Κανδάκη
  • Parse: Noun: Nom Sing Fem
  • Meaning: Candace
  • Note: queen of the Ethiopians (Acts 8:27)
  • Forms:
Κανθάν
  • Meaning: Kanah
  • Note: City in the territory of Asher (Josh 19:28)
Καπερναούμ
  • Parse: Noun: Indeclined Fem
  • Meaning: Capernaum, city in Galilee
Καπιράς
  • Meaning: Caphira, Kapiras
  • Note: A town whose inhabitants returned from Babylon with Zerubbabel (1Esdras 5:19)
Καππάδοκες
  • Meaning: Caphtorim
  • Note: The original capital of the Philistines (Deut 2:23)
Καππαδοκία
  • Parse: Noun: Nom Sing Fem
  • Meaning: Cappadocia, Caphtor
  • Note: Cappadocia: the largest province of Asia Minor located on the far east side (Acts 2:9; 1Pet 1:1)
  • Note: Caphtor: The country from which the Philistines came (Deut 2:23)
  • Forms:
Καρηέ
  • Meaning: Kareah, Careah
  • Note: Father of Johanan (Jer 40:8)
Καραβασίων
  • Meaning: Carabasion
  • Note: Descendant of Bani (1Esdras 9:34)
Καραφά
  • Meaning: Chephar Haammoni
  • Note: One of the cities of Benjamin (Josh 18:24)
  • Note: Interestingly the LXX takes this to be 3 cities: Chephar, Chephirah, and Moni
Καρανά
  • Meaning: Kanah
  • Note: (Josh 17:9)
Καρέμ
  • Meaning: Carem
  • Note: City in hill country of Judah (Josh 15:59a)
Καρία
  • Parse: Noun: Nom Sing Fem
  • Meaning: Caria
  • Note: Country in SW Asia Minor (1Macc 15:23)
  • Forms:
Καριαθαίμ
  • Meaning: Kirjathaim
  • Note: City of refuge in territory of Naphtali (1Chron 6:76)
  • Note: Town east of Jordan assigned to territory of Reuben and later became one of prime cities of Moab (Josh 13:19; Jer 48:1)
Καριαθαρβόκ
  • Meaning: Kirjath Arba
  • Note: Levite city also known as Hebron in the mountains of Judah (Josh 21:11)
Καριαθαρβοκσεφέρ
  • Meaning: Kirjath-Arba-Sepher
  • Note: City of Arba, the original name of Hebron (Judg 1:10)
Καριαθαρβοξεφέρ
  • Meaning: Kirjath Arba-Sepher
  • Note: Former name of Hebron (Judg 1:10 Vat)
Καριαθβαάλ
  • Meaning: Kirjath Baal
  • Note: City in hill country of Judah (Josh 15:60)
Καριαθιαρίμ
  • Meaning: Kirjath-Jearim
  • Note: Gibeonite town on the border of Benjamin (Jer 26:20)
  • Note: Son of Shobal (1Chron 2:50)
  • Note: Kirjath Arim: Original residence of people who came out of captivity (Ezra 2:25)
Καριαθιαρίν
  • Meaning: Kirjath Jearim, Kiriath-Jearim
  • Note: One of the four chief cities of the Gibeonites; on the border between Judah and Benjamin (Josh 18:14)
Καριαθιαρίος
  • Meaning: Kiriathiarius, Kariathiarius
  • Note: A town which may be the same as Kiriath-Jearim (1Esdras 5:19)
Καριαθσωφάρ
  • Meaning: Kirjath Sepher
  • Note: Former name of Debir (Judg 1:11)
Καριώθ
  • Meaning: Kerioth
  • Note: A city of Moab, named with Beth-meon and Bozrah (Jer 48:24)
  • Note: A city of Judah (Josh 15:25)
Καρκάρ
  • Meaning: Karkor
  • Note: n unidentified place where Gideon surprised and overwhelmed the remnants of the army of Zeba and Zalmunnah (Judg 8:10)
Καρμηλία
  • Parse: Noun: Nom Sing Fem
  • Meaning: Carmelitess
  • Note: A resident of the mountain area of Carmel (2Sam 3:3)
  • Forms:
Καρμήλιος
Κάρμηλος
  • Parse: Noun: Nom Sing Masc
  • Meaning: Carmel
  • Note: A mountain range on the central Palestine directly west of the Sea of Galilee (1Kings 18:19-20)
  • Forms:
Καρναίν
  • Meaning: Carnaim
  • Note: Carnaim: A strong city east of Jordan captured by Judas Maccabeus (1Macc 5:26)
  • Note: Karnaim: One of the cities that Chedorlaomer attacked (Gen 14:5)
Καρνιόν
  • Meaning: Carnaim
  • Note: Carnaim: A strong city east of Jordan captured by Judas Maccabeus (2Macc 12:21)
Κάρπος
  • Parse: Noun: Nom Sing Masc
  • Meaning: Carpus
  • Note: Convert of Paul in whose care he left his cloak (2Tim 4:13)
  • Forms:
Καρχηδών
Καρχηδόνιος
  • Parse: Noun: Nom Sing Masc
  • Meaning: Carthaginian
  • Note: Native of Carthage (Ezek 27:12)
  • Forms:
Κασερίν
  • Meaning: Kaserin
  • Note: A city near Nineveh (Tobit 11:1)
Κασίαν
  • Meaning: Casian, Keziah
  • Note: Job's second daughter (Job 42:14)
Κασίμ
  • Meaning: Eth-Kazin
  • Note: own on the eastern border of Zebulun (Josh 19:13)
Κασπίν
  • Meaning: Caspin
  • Note: A city East of the Jordan captured by Judas Maccabeus (also identified with Casphor) (2Macc 12:13)
Κασών
  • Meaning: Cason
  • Note: Not a place name. LXX transliterates meaning harvest (2Sam 23:13)
Καταάθ
  • Meaning: Tahath
  • Note: A wilderness station of the Israelites between Makheloth and Terah (Num 33:26)
Κατανάθ
  • Meaning: Kattath
  • Note: City in the territory of Zebulun (Josh 19:14)
Κατασέμ
  • Meaning: Eth-Kazin
  • Note: City in territory of Zebulun (Josh 19:13)
Καττάθ
  • Meaning: Kattath
  • Note: Town in territory of Zebulun (Josh 19:15)
Καῦδα
  • Parse: Noun: Indeclined Fem
  • Meaning: Clauda
  • Note: A small island near Crete, also spelled Κλαύδην (Acts 27:16)
Καφάν
  • Meaning: Caphan
  • Note: City in territory of Benjamin (Josh 18:27 LXX)
Καφαρναούμ
  • Meaning: Capernaum
  • Note: Galilean city on the west shore of the Sea of Galilee (John 2:12)
Καφηραμμίν
  • Meaning: Chephar Haammoni
  • Note: City assigned to the territory of Benjamin (Josh 18:24 Alex)
Καφθοριίμ
  • Meaning: Caphtorim
  • Note: Descendants of Mizraim (Gen 10:14)
Καφιρά
  • Meaning: Chephirah
  • Note: One of the cities of the Hivites who by guile made alliance with Israel in the territory of Benjamin and reoccupied after the return from Babylon (Ezra 2:25; Neh 7:29)