[kee-druh n]

noun Unabridged Based on the Random House Unabridged Dictionary, © Random House, Inc. 2019

Examples from the Web for kedron

Historical Examples of kedron

  • Descending Mount Sion, and crossing Kedron, he entered the sacred grove.


    Benjamin Disraeli

  • The brook Kedron was crossed, and they are once more on the Bethany path.

    Memories of Bethany

    John Ross Macduff

  • Even in crossing the Kedron to Gethsemane, “He sang an hymn!”

    The Mind of Jesus

    John R. Macduff

  • Across the valley of the Kedron eastward, the Mount of Olives, 2,665 feet; 12.

  • These ravens haunt the trees of the Kedron and Mount Olivet.

British Dictionary definitions for kedron




Bible a ravine under the eastern wall of Jerusalem
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