Old Testament Hebrew Lexical Dictionary
Strong's #7014 - קַיִן
Kenite = “smiths”
1) eldest son of Adam and Eve and the first murderer having murdered his brother Abel (noun proper masculine)
2) the tribe from which the father-in-law of Moses was a member and which lived in the area between southern Palestine and the mountains of Sinai (noun proper gentilic)
(1) a spear, 2 Samuel 21:16.
(2) [Cain], pr.n.
(a) of the fratricide son of Adam. Allusion is so made to the etymology in Genesis 4:1, that קִין would seem to be the same as קָנָה, “she bare Cain (a creature [rather a possession, see קָנָה ]), and said, I have created [rather possessed or acquired] a man by the help of Jehovah” [of course this is the true derivation].
(b) of the tribe of the Kenites, Numb. 24:22 Judges 4:11 see קֵינִי.
(c) of a town of the tribe of Judah, with the art. Joshua 15:57.