They stepped out, and Manasseh's second face, that of Kedar, peered from the curtains of the shugduf.
She is comely as the tents of Kedar, and terrible as an army with banners.
A tear rolled down Kedar's cheek as the dying man thus pictured a happy scene of his childhood.
Kedar Nath Babu walked by my side in the gathering darkness.
In height, Kedar was of three stories, of which the chief one was in the middle.
When Kedar left Yusuf on that memorable night it was not to sleep.
The bride is black but comely as the tents of Kedar, as the curtains of Solomon.
There is no warmer hospitality in all the wide world than in these tents of Kedar.
Kedar's brothers are there too, and one more family is added to the little community.
Kedar, who was in advance, whipped up his horse and followed the deer into a cypress grove near the Chechesee.
dark-skinned, the second son of Ishmael (Gen. 25:13). It is the name for the nomadic tribes of Arabs, the Bedouins generally (Isa. 21:16; 42:11; 60:7; Jer. 2:10; Ezek. 27:21), who dwelt in the north-west of Arabia. They lived in black hair-tents (Cant. 1:5). To "dwell in the tents of Kedar" was to be cut off from the worship of the true God (Ps. 120:5). The Kedarites suffered at the hands of Nebuchadnezzar (Jer. 49:28, 29).