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The immediate etymology of Kippa is "covering" or "canopy". When the word appears in תנ"ך (in three places) the canopy is understood by the commentaries to be arch shaped- i.e. bent. The connection from Kippa to hand, is indirect. What you are writing is very nice drush, but you should be aware that it's not literal/pshat. That being the case, I would ...
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