(only in the plur. נַקֻּדַּים, nikkuddim', literally cakes marked with points), probably a kind of biscuit or other cake baked hard and punctured with holes, such as Jeroboam's wife took in disguise (they being of a very common description) as a present to the prophet Ahijah (1Ki 14:3, where the Sept. has κολλυρίς, Vulg. crustula). SEE BREAD. The original word (in nearly the same form) occurs in Jos 9:5,12, where it is improperly rendered "mouldy" (q.v.). SEE CAKE.

Bible concordance for CRACKNEL.

Definition of cracknel

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