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hitchcock's bible names dictionary

Cabbon, as though understanding
Cabul, displeasing; dirty
Caiphas, he that seeks with diligence; one that vomiteth
Cain, possession, or possessed
Cainan, possessor; purchaser
Calah, favorable; opportunity
Calcol, nourishing
Caleb, a dog; a crow; a basket
Caleb-Ephratah, see Ephratah
Calneh, our consummation
Calno, our consummation; altogether himself
Calvary, the place of a skull
Camon, his resurrection
Cana, zeal; jealousy; possession
Canaan, merchant; trader; or that humbles and subdues
Candace, who possesses contrition
Capernaum, the field of repentance; city of comfort
Caphtor, a sphere, buckle, or hand
Cappadocia, the same as Caphtor
Carcas, the covering of a lamb
Charchemish, a lamb; as taken away; withdrawn
Careah, bald; ice
Carmel, circumcised lamb; harvest; full of ears of corn
Carmi, my vineyard; lamb of the waters
Carpus, fruit; fruitful
Carshena, a lamb; sleeping
Casiphia, money; covetousness
Casluhim, hopes of life
Cedron, black; sad
Cenchrea, millet; small pulse
Cephas, a rock or stone
Cesar, a name applied to those who are cut out of the womb
Chalcol, who nourishes, consumes, and sustains the whole
Chaldea, as demons, or as robbers
Charran, a singing or calling out
Chebar, force or strength
Chedorlaomer, roundness of a sheaf
Chelal, as night
Chelub, a basket
Chelluh, all
Chelubai, he altogether against me
Chemarims, black ones
Chemosh, handling; stroking; taking away
Chenaanah, broken in pieces
Chenani, my pillar
Chenaniah, preparation, or disposition, or strength, of the Lord
Chephirah, a little lioness
Cheran, anger
Cherethims, Cherethites, who cut or tear away
Cherith, cutting; piercing; slaying
Chesed, as a devil, or a destroyer
Chesil, foolishness
Chesulloth, fearfulness
Chidon, a dart
Chiliab, totality; or the perfection of the father
Chilion, finished; complete; perfect
Chilmad, teaching or learning
Chimham, as they; like to them
Chios, open; opening
Chisleu, Cisleu, Casleu, rashness; confidence
Chislon, hope, trust
Chisloth-tabor, fears; purity
Chittem, those that bruise; gold
Chloe, green herb
Chorazin, the secret; here is a mystery
Chozeba, men liers in wait
Christ, anointed
Chun, making ready
Chushan-rishathaim, blackness of iniquities
Chuza, the seer or prophet
Cilicia, which rolls or overturns
Cis, same as Kish
Clauda, a lamentable voice
Claudia, Claudius, lame
Clement, mild; good; merciful
Cleophas, the whole glory
Cnidus, age
Colhozeh, every prophet
Colosse, punishment; correction
Coniah, strength of the Lord
Coos, top, summit
Corinth, which is satisfied; ornament; beauty
Cornelius, of a horn
Cosam, divining
Coz, a thorn
Cozbi, a liar; sliding away
Crescens, growing; increasing
Crete, carnal; fleshly
Crispus, curled
Cush, Cushan, Cushi, Ethiopians; blackness
Cuth, Cuthah, burning
Cyprus, fair; fairness
Cyrene, a wall; coldness; the floor
Cyrenius, who governs
Cyrus, as miserable; as heir

This dictionary is from Hitchcock's New  and  Complete Analysis  of  the Holy Bible, published in the late 1800's.  It contains more than 2,500 Bible and Bible related proper names and their meanings.  Some  Hebrew words of uncertain meaning have been left out.


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