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and Ebron and Rehob and Hammon and Kanah, as far as Great Sidon.


Verse part Definition: Part of speech: Strong's: Hebrew: Transliteration:
and Ebron a place in Asher Noun H5683 וְעֶבְרֹ֥ן ve·'ev·ron
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and Rehob places in Aram (Syria) and Pal., also an Aramean (Syrian) and an Isr. Noun H7340 וּרְחֹ֖ב u·re·chov
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and Hammon "hot (spring)," two cities, one in Asher and one in Naphtali Noun H2540 וְחַמֹּ֣ון ve·cham·mo·vn
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and Kanah, a wadi between Ephraim and Manasseh, also a city in Asher Noun H7071 וְקָנָ֑ה ve·ka·nah;
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as far as far as, even to, up to, until, while Prepostion H5704 עַ֖ד ad
as Great much, many, great Adjective H7227 רַבָּֽה׃ rab·bah.
Sidon. a Phoenician city on the Mediterranean coast, also a son of Canaan Noun H6721 צִידֹ֥ון tzi·do·vn
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HAMMONham'-on (chammon, "glowing"):(1) A place on the seaward frontier of Asher, named with Rehob and Kanah (Joshua 19:28), to be sought, therefore, not far from Tyre. The most probable identification so far suggested is with Umm el'Amud, "mother of the column" (or `Awamid, "columns"), at the mouth of Wady Chamul, on the shore, about 10 miles South of Tyre.... View Details


HEBRON (1)he'-brun (chebhron, "league" or "confederacy"; Chebron): One of the most ancient and important cities in Southern Palestine, now known to the Moslems as el Khalil (i.e. Khalil er Rahman, "the friend of the Merciful," i.e. of God, a favorite name for Abraham; compare James 2:23). The city is some 20 miles South of Jerusalem, situated in an open vall... View Details


KANAHka'-na (qanah, "reeds"):(1) The name of a "brook," i.e. wady, or "torrent bed," which formed part of the boundary between Ephraim and Manasseh (Joshua 16:8; Joshua 17:9). The border of Ephraim went out westward from Tappuah to the brook Kanah, ending at the sea; the border of Manasseh from Tappuah, which belonged to Ephraim, "went down unto the brook of... View Details


REHOBre'-hob (rechobh; Rhoob, Rhaab):(1) Etymologically the word means "broad" and might be applied either to a road or a plain. Rehob is given (Numbers 13:21) as the northern limit of Israel as reached by the spies. This agrees with the position assigned to Beth-rehob in the narrative of the settlement of the Danites (Judges 18:28). It is mentioned again al... View Details

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New American Standard Bible and Ebron and Rehob and Hammon and Kanah, as far as Great Sidon.
King James Bible And Hebron, and Ebron Rehob, and Rehob and Hammon Hammon, and Kanah, as far as Great Sidon.even unto great Zidon;
Interlinear and Ebron and Rehob and Hammon and Kanah, as far as Great Sidon.