Kedar Meant “A Dark-Skinned Man, A Negro”

Source: The Names We Bear A Descriptive Compendium of Bibliocal, Classical, and Common Names, Compiled So as to Aid Memory, in an Etymoloical Narrative Form and a Copious Index (H.A. Long) 1877 A.D.

Note: Page 175 of the source.

This source confirms that Kedar’s name could allude to him being “a dark-skinned man, a negro”. Kedar is the grandson of Abraham through Ishmael.

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