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Wilson's Dictionary of Bible Types [1]

 Ezekiel 11:3-7 (a) This is a type of Jerusalem. As broth boils in the kettle, so the inhabitants of Jerusalem were to suffer under the fire of cruel invaders.

 Micah 3:3 (a) This caldron is a picture of the terrible boiling, burning troubles that were to come upon the people because of the wrath of GOD. They were as helpless to get out of their trouble as the contents of the kettle were unable to get out of it.

Holman Bible Dictionary [2]

 1 Samuel 2:14 2 Chronicles 35:13 Job 41:20 Ezekiel 11:3 11:7 11:11 Jeremiah 52:18-19 Micah 3:3

Smith's Bible Dictionary [3]

Caldron. A vessel for boiling flesh, for either ceremonial or domestic use.  1 Samuel 2:14;  2 Chronicles 35:13;  Job 41:20;  Micah 3:3.

Morrish Bible Dictionary [4]

Vessel for boilingflesh.  2 Chronicles 35:13;  Job 41:20;  Ezekiel 11:3-11;  Micah 3:3; etc.

King James Dictionary [5]

Caldron n. A large kettle or boiler, of copper, or other metal, furnished with a movable handle or bail, with which to hang it on a chimney hook.

Fausset's Bible Dictionary [6]

A vessel for boiling flesh ( 2 Chronicles 35:13).

Webster's Dictionary [7]

(n.) A large kettle or boiler of copper, brass, or iron. [Written also cauldron.]

Hastings' Dictionary of the Bible [8]

CALDRON . See House, § 9 .

Cyclopedia of Biblical, Theological and Ecclesiastical Literature [9]

prop. a large cooking vessel, is the rendering in certain passages of the Auth. Vers. for the following words:

1. אִגְמוֹן , Agmon` ( Job 41:20 [12]), a heated Kettle, others a burning reed ("rush" else-where);

2. דּוּד , Dud ( 2 Chronicles 35:13; "pot,"  Job 41:20 [12];  Psalms 81:6; "kettle,"  1 Samuel 2:14), a large Boiler (also a "basket");

3. סַיר , Sir ( Jeremiah 52:18-19;  Ezekiel 11:3;  Ezekiel 11:7;  Ezekiel 11:11, elsewhere "pot"), the most general term for a kettle or basin (also a "thorn");

4. קִלִּחִת , Kallach'Ath ( 1 Samuel 2:14;  Micah 3:3), a pan or pot (so called from Pouring);

5. Λέβης ( 2 Maccabees 7:3), a Kettle, In this case a large caldron for torture. Metallic vessels of this description have been obtained from the ruins of Egypt, and still more lately two copper caldrons were discovered by Mr. Layard among the excavations at Nimroud (Nin!, and Bab. p. 149 sq.), about 21 feet in diameter, and 3 feet deep, resting upon a stand of brick work, with their mouths closed by large tiles, and containing a variety of smaller bronze objects. (See Pot).

International Standard Bible Encyclopedia [10]

kôl´drun (the rendering of קלּחת , ḳallaḥath , סיר , ṣı̄r , דּוּד , dūdh אגמן y a large pot, employed both for domestic use and in the sanctuary. Dūdh is translated caldron only in  2 Chronicles 35:13 . It was also a pot for cooking. 'Aghmōn is translated caldron by the King James Version in  Job 41:20 , but it is a mistranslation; the Revised Version (British and American) correctly has "rushes."