De'kar (Heb. De'ker, דֶּקֶר, a thrusting through), the father of Solomon's purveyor in the second royal district (1Ki 4:9), from which passage it appears that his son BEN-DEKER (בֶּןאּדֶּקֶר; Sept. υἱὸς Δακάρ; Vulg. Bendecar) was the royal commissariat officer in the western part of the hill-country of Judah and Benjamin, Shaalbim and Bethshemesh. B.C. ante 1014.