CUSH (1)kush (kush):1. The Ancestor of Many Nations:(1) The first of the sons of Ham, from whom sprang Seba, Havilah, Sabtah, Raamah and Sabtecah. He was also the father of Nimrod, who rounded Babel (Babylon) and the other great states of Shinar or Babylonia (Genesis 10:6-8). The meaning of the name is uncertain.(2) The name of the country around which the G... View Details
DEDAN; DEDANITESde'-dan, de'dan-its (the King James Version Dedanim, ded'-a-nim; dedhan, "low," dedhanim): An Arabian people named in Genesis 10:7 as descended from Cush; in Genesis 25:3 as descended from Keturah. Evidently, they were, like the related Sheba (Sabaeans), of mixed race (compare Genesis 10:7, 28). In Isaiah 21:13 allusion is made to the "carava... View Details
SEBAse'-ba (cebha'; Saba (Genesis 10:7 1 Chronicles 1:9); Greek ibid., but Codex Vaticanus has (Saban):1. Forms of Name, and Parentage of Seba:The first son of Cush, his brothers being Havilah, Sabtah, Raamah, and Sabtecha. In Psalm 72:10 and Isaiah 43:3 (where the Greek has Soene), Seba is mentioned with Egypt and Ethiopia, and must therefore have been a so... View Details
SHEBA (1)she'-ba (shebha'; Saba):(1) Sheba and Dedan are the two sons of Raamah son of Cush (Genesis 10:7).(2) Sheba and Dedan are the two sons of Jokshan the son of Abraham and Keturah (Genesis 25:3).(3) Sheba is a son of Joktan son of Eber who was a descendant of Shem (Genesis 10:28).From the above statements it would appear that Sheba was the name of an A... View Details
son of Cush, also his desc. and their land
the fifth son of Cush (id.).
These dictionary topics are from
M.G. Easton M.A., D.D., Illustrated Bible Dictionary, Third Edition,
published by Thomas Nelson, 1897. Public Domain, copy freely.