noun, plural Ko·ha·nim [Sephardic Hebrew kaw-hah-neem; Ashkenazic Hebrew koh-hah-nim, koh-hah-nim] /Sephardic Hebrew kɔ hɑˈnim; Ashkenazic Hebrew koʊ hɑˈnɪm, koʊˈhɑ nɪm/, English Ko·hens.
Definition for kohen (2 of 2)
noun, plural Co·ha·nim [Sephardic Hebrew kaw-hah-neem; Ashkenazic Hebrew koh-hah-nim, -hah-nim] /Sephardic Hebrew kɔ hɑˈnim; Ashkenazic Hebrew koʊ hɑˈnɪm, -ˈhɑ nɪm/, English Co·hens.
Origin of Cohen2
Examples from the Web for kohen
“All he would have had to do was a quick search online,” observes Kohen.
As Kohen points out to The Daily Beast, Dawkins never actually apologizes for what he said.
Indeed, as Kohen points out in a blog post, the numbers suggest the opposite.
I urge my colleagues to pick up the siddur and heed its words as disciples of Aaron the kohen.
Kohen wishes Romney would acknowledge his privileged circumstances in life.
The Kohen noticed it also, and offered me his cloak, which I refused.
Policeman Kohen took the end of Molly's late scarf in his hands and looked at it closely.The Trimmed Lamp|O. Henry
On the following jom the Kohen Gadol and Layelah came quite early and spent much time.
Oh no, it would be impossible for them to allow you to become an Athon or a Kohen.
The Kohen asked me to be present at the great festival, and I gladly consented.
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Word Origin for Kohen
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Word Origin and History for kohen
Jewish surname indicating priestly descent, from Hebrew kohen "priest," from base of kihen "he acted as priest," related to Arabic kahana "he divined, prophesied."