or'-cherd: (1) pardec, from Old Persian, "a walled-in enclosure"; paradeisos, a word in classical Greek applied to the garden of Babylon (Diodorus Siculus xi.10) and to a game park (Xenophon, Anab. i.2, 7). See Ne 2:8, "forest," margin "park"; Song 4:13, "orchard," margin "paradise" (of pomegranates); Ec 2:5, "parks," the King James Version "orchards"; see PARADISE. (2) kepos, "garden" or "orchard": "a white thorn in an orchard" (Baruch 6:71).

See the definition of orchard in the KJV Dictionary

See also the McClintock and Strong Biblical Cyclopedia.

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