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Gibeon and Ramah and Beeroth,


Verse part Definition: Part of speech: Strong's: Hebrew: Transliteration:
Gibeon a Levitical city in Benjamin Noun H1391 גִּבְעֹ֥ון giv·'o·vn
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and Ramah "height," the name of several places in Isr. Noun H7414 וְהָֽרָמָ֖ה ve·ha·ra·mah
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and Beeroth, "wells," a place in Pal. Noun H881 וּבְאֵרֹֽות׃ u·ve·'e·ro·vt.
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BEEROTHbe-e'-roth, be'-er-oth (be'eroth; Beroth): One of the cities of the Canaanites whose inhabitants succeeded in deceiving Israel, and in making a covenant with them (Joshua 9:3). Apparently they were Hivites (Joshua 9:7). The occasion on which the Beerothites fled to Gittaim where they preserved their communal identity is not indicated. The town was rec... View Details


GIBEONgib'-e-un (gibh`on): One of the royal cities of the Hivites (Joshua 9:7). It was a greater city than Ai; and its inhabitants were reputed mighty men (Joshua 10:2). It fell within the territory allotted to Benjamin (Joshua 18:25), and was one of the cities given to the Levites (Joshua 21:17).1. The Gibeonites:By a stratagem the Gibeonites secured for th... View Details


RAMAHra'-ma (ha-ramah, without the definite article only in Nehemiah 11:33 Jeremiah 31:15): The name denotes height, from root rum, "to be high," and the towns to which it applied seem all to have stood on elevated sites.(1) Codex Vaticanus Arael; Codex Alexandrinus Rhama: A fenced city in the lot assigned to Naphtali (Joshua 19:36). Only in this passage is... View Details

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