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from the Jordan eastward, all the land of Gilead, the Gadites and the Reubenites and the Manassites, from Aroer, which is by the valley of the Arnon, even Gilead and Bashan.

Lexicon

Verse part Definition: Part of speech: Strong's: Hebrew: Transliteration:
from the Jordan the principal river of Pal. Noun H3383 הַיַּרְדֵּן֙ hai·yar·den
eastward, place of sunrise, the east Noun H4217 מִזְרַ֣ח miz·rach
all the whole, all Noun H3605 כָּל־ kol-
the land earth, land Noun H776 אֶ֣רֶץ e·retz
of Gilead, a region in Pal., also the name of several Isr. Noun H1568 הַגִּלְעָ֔ד hag·gil·'ad,
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the Gadites desc. of Gad Adjective H1425 הַגָּדִ֥י hag·ga·di
and the Reubenites desc. of Reuben Adjective H7206 וְהָרֻאובֵנִ֖י ve·ha·ru·v·ve·ni
and the Manassites, desc. of Mannasseh Adjective H4520 וְהַֽמְנַשִּׁ֑י ve·ham·na·shi;
from Aroer, three cities in Isr. Noun H6177 מֵעֲרֹעֵר֙ me·'a·ro·'er
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which who, which, that Particle H834 אֲשֶׁ֣ר a·sher
is by the valley torrent, torrent-valley, wadi Noun H5158 נַ֣חַל na·chal
of the Arnon, "a roaring stream," a wadi and stream in Moab Noun H769 אַרְנֹ֔ן ar·non,
even Gilead a region in Pal., also the name of several Isr. Noun H1568 וְהַגִּלְעָ֖ד ve·hag·gil·'ad
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and Bashan. "smooth," a region E. of the Jordan Noun H1316 וְהַבָּשָֽׁן׃ ve·hab·ba·shan.
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Locations

Arnon (Arnon River)

ARNONar'-non ('arnon; Arnon): Is first mentioned in Numbers 21:24 as the border between Moab and the Amorites. "The valleys of Arnon" in the next verse undoubtedly indicate the numerous wadies contributary to the main stream. It formed the southern boundary of the land assigned to Reuben (Deuteronomy 3:12). The city of Aroer stood on the northern edge of the... View Details

Aroer

AROERa-ro'-er (`aro'er; Aroer):(1) A city of the Amorites which stood on the northern edge of the Arnon (Deuteronomy 2:36, etc.). Taken by Israel, it shared the vicissitudes of the country north of the river, and when last named (Jeremiah 48:19) is again in the hands of Moab. It is one of the cities which Mesha claims to have built, i.e. fortified. It was wi... View Details

Bashan

BASHANba'-shan (ha-bashan, "the Bashan"; Basan): This name is probably the same in meaning as the cognate Arabic bathneh, "soft, fertile land," or bathaniyeh (batanaea), "this land sown with wheat" ("wheatland").1. Boundaries:It often occurs with the article, "the Bashan," to describe the kingdom of Og, the most northerly part of the land East of the Jordan.... View Details

Gilead

GILEAD (1)gil'-e-ad (ha-gil`adh, "the Gilead"): The name is explained in Genesis 31:46, 51, as derived from Hebrew gal, "a cairn," and `edh, "witness," agreeing in meaning with the Aramaic yegharsahadhutha'. The Arabic jilead means "rough," "rugged."(1) A city named in Hosea 6:8; Hosea 12:11, possibly to be identified with Gilead near to Mizpah (Judges 10:17... View Details

Jordan River

JORDANjor'-dan (yarden, "flowing downward"; 'Iordanes):1. Source:The Jordan river proper begins at the junction of four streams (the Bareighit, the Hasbany, the Leddan, and the Banias), in the upper part of the plain of Lake Huleh. The Bareighit receives its supply of water from the hills on the West, which separate the valley from the river Litany, and is t... View Details

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New American Standard Bible from the Jordan eastward, all the land of Gilead, the Gadites and the Reubenites and the Manassites, from Aroer, which is by the valley of the Arnon, even Gilead and Bashan.
King James Bible from the From Jordan eastward, all the land of Gilead, the Gadites Gadites, and the Reubenites Reubenites, and the Manassites, from Aroer, which is by the valley of the river Arnon, even Gilead and Bashan.
Hebrew Greek English from the Jordan eastward, all the land of Gilead, the Gadites and the Reubenites and the Manassites, from Aroer, which is by the valley of the Arnon, even Gilead and Bashan.