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Strong's #150 - אֲדַרְכֹּנִים

of Persian origin
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Noun Masculine
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1) drachma, dram, daric — unit of weight and value (of gold, money) equal to 128 grains or 4.32 grams

Greek Equivalent Words:
Strong #: 1406 ‑ δραχμή (drakh‑may');  
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Ancient Hebrew Lexicon Definitions

4004) nfkrda (אדרכונ ADRKWN) - Dram: A coin (origin: Persian) KJV (2): drams - Strongs: H150 (אֲדַרְכֹּנִים)

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Jeff Benner, Ancient Hebrew Research Center Used by permission of the author.
Brown-Driver-Briggs Expanded Definition
 [דַּרְכְּמוֺן, אֲדַרְכּוֺן (א prosthetic)]

noun [masculine] unit (apparently of weight, certainly) of value, rare & late, perhaps drachma, others daric, see below: — only plural דַּרְכְּמוֺנִים of gold Ezra 2:69 ("" מָנִים of silver) = Nehemiah 7:70 ("" id.); so דַּרְכְּמֹנִים Nehemiah 7:69,71; also אֲדַרְכֹּנִים of gold money 1 Chronicles 29:7 ("" כִּכָּרִים; ׳כ also in same see of silver, brass & iron); of weight (or worth) of gold utensils Ezra 8:27. — Weight of Greek δραχμή = 4.32grammes (= 66.5 English grams); value of silver dr.= c. 9 4-Mar d. Eng.; value of gold dr. (1/2stater) = approximately 9 s.5 d. English, compare Hultsch Gr. u. Röm. Metrol. (1882) 224,227, 230-250, & Tab. xiv, xvi. — (If ׳ד = drachma, then perhaps editorial insertion in Nehemiah Ezra (regarded as loan-word in both Greek & Hebrew from some Asiatic source by Ew GGA 1855,1392ff.; 1856,798; Geschichte. i. 274, H. i. 189 compare Sm Listen 18, N. 24, but on Greek derivatives compare Lex. Lidd. & Sc., also Brandis Münz-Mass-u. Gewichtssytem 58f. Hultsch l.c. 131); compare Phoenician plural דרכמנם, דרכנם = drachmae according to Ren Ra 1888,7 Berger MÈm. Soc. Ling. de Paris, 1889,385 Hoffm AGG xxxvi Mai, 1889,8. According to view commonly current hitherto ׳ד = daric, Greek δαρεικός compare Syriac , Persian gold coin = approximately English sovereign (weight = approximately 2drachma): Brandis l.c. 62,244ff. Hultsch l.c. 466 Schr in Ri HWB Art. Darike Erman ZPV ii, 75 Hoffm ZA 1887,49 ff. (Hoffm l.c. abandons), compare Ryle Ezra 2:69.)

דַּרְמֶשֶׂק see דַּמֶּשֶׂק.

דרע (according to Thes connected with Aramaic דְּרָע, אֶדְרָע arm, Hebrew זְרוֺעַ, whence following in sense strong, of fortified city; this, however, is dubious)

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וַאֲדַרְכֹנִ֣ים ואדרכנים לַאֲדַרְכֹנִ֖ים לאדרכנים la’ăḏarḵōnîm la·’ă·ḏar·ḵō·nîm laadarchoNim vaadarchoNim wa’ăḏarḵōnîm wa·’ă·ḏar·ḵō·nîm
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