1 Kings 4:33

Overview - 1 Kings 4
Solomon's princes.
His twelve officers for provision.
20 The peace and largeness of his kingdom.
22 His daily provision.
26 His stables.
29 His wisdom.
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1 Kings 4:33  (King James Version)
And he spake of trees, from the cedar tree that is in Lebanon even unto the hyssop that springeth out of the wall: he spake also of beasts, and of fowl, and of creeping things, and of fishes.

the cedar tree
The word {airez,} whence the Chaldee and Syriac {arzo,} and the Arabic and Ethiopic {arz,} and Spanish {alerze,} unquestionably denotes the cedar; it is thus rendered by the LXX. and other versions, [kedros,] and by the Vulgate {cedrus;} and the inhabitants of mount Lebanon still call it
{ars.} The cedar is a large and nobel evergreen tree, and
grows on the most elevated part of the mountain, is taller than the pine, and so thick that five men together could scarcely fathom one. It shoots out its branches at ten or twelve feet from the ground; they are large and distant from each other, and are perpetually green. The wood is of a brown colour, very solid and incorruptible, if preserved from wet. The tree bears a small cone, like that of the pine. Numbers 24:6 ; 2 Kings 19:23 ; Psalms 92:12

the hyssop
Exodus 12:22 ; Numbers 19:18 ; Psalms 51:7 ; Hebrews 9:19

of beasts
Genesis 1:20-25