Old Testament Hebrew Lexical Dictionary
Strong's #6995 - קֹטֶן
Jeff Brenner, Ancient Hebrew Research Center Used by permission of the author.
קֹטֶן m., smallness; hence the little finger; whence קָֽטֳנִי kotoni, my little finger, 1 Kings 12:10; 1 Chronicles 10:10. Other copies have, in 2 Ch. loc. cit., קָֽטָנִּי kotonni (from the form קְטֹן the last letter talcing dagesh, the Sh’va moveable being changed into Kametz-Chatuph); see J. H. Michaëlis on the passage. But the reading appears inadmissible, which is found in V. D. Hooght, 1 Ki. loc. cit., קָטֳנִּי. Compare קֹבֶל.
the Third Week after Easter