Prov. 30:26 The conies are but a feeble folk, yet make they their houses in the rocks. In his WAY OF LIFE ENCYCLOPEDIA OF THE BIBLE, KJV-only author David Cloud defined "coney" as "a rabbit" (p. 90). At Prov. 30:26, D. A. Waite's DEFINED KJB gave this definition for "conies:" "small, rabbit-like nocturnal animal that lives in rock holes; perhaps hyraxes" (p. 899). What is the more correct or accurate definition for "coney" as used in the KJV? Is the coney a rabbit or a rock hyrax or some other animal?