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Strong's #6208 - עַרְקִי

from an unused name meaning a tush
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Arkite = see Arki “gnawing”

1) an inhabitant of Arki or Arka

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KJV (2)
Genesis 1
1 Chronicles 1
NAS (2)
Genesis 1
1 Chronicles 1
HCS (2)
Genesis 1
1 Chronicles 1
BSB (3)
Genesis 2
1 Chronicles 1
ESV (2)
Genesis 1
1 Chronicles 1
WEB (2)
Genesis 1
1 Chronicles 1
Brown-Driver-Briggs Expanded Definition
 עַרְקִי adjective, of a people Arkite, inhabitant of city ±Ar‡ƒµa (Assyrian Ar‡a COT Glossary Dl Pa 282, Tel Amarna Ir‡at(a), Egyptian Ar‡antu, compare Assyrian name of a people Ir‡anatai COT Gloss, Ency. Bib. i. 310); — only ׳הָע as n.collective Genesis 10:17, τὸν Ἀρουκαῖον, = 1 Chronicles 1:15, A id., ᵐ5 L τὸν Αρακει: modern ±Ar‡a, near Mediterranean, approximately 60 miles north of Beirut (compare Ency. Bib. l.c.).

I. ערר (√ of following; on this [and not עור] see Nö ZMG xxxii (1878), 404 Lag Symm. ii. 91f.; compare Palmyrene מערתא sepulchre).

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Gesenius' Hebrew and Chaldee Definition

עַרְקִי Gent. n., an Arkite, inhabitant of Arca, or Arce (Gr. Ἄρκη; Arab. عِرْقَةُ, عِرْقَا), a town of Phœnicia; more fully called Arca Cæsarea, the ruins of which still remain to the north of Tripoli, and are called Tel Arka, Genesis 10:17. See Burckhardt’s Travels in Syria, p. 272, Germ. Trans., and my remarks on the history of the city, given in the notes, p. 520.

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List of Word Forms
הַֽעַרְקִ֖י הערקי ha‘arqî ha·‘ar·qî haarKi