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Abel-Mizraim (אָבֵל מִצְרַיִם, avel mitsrayim). Name given to the site of the threshing floor of Atad (גֹּ֣רֶן הָאָטָ֗ד, goren ha'atad), where Joseph and his brothers spent seven days in mourning after the death of their father, Jacob (Gen 50:4–11). The name means “mourning/meadow of Egypt,” referring
Atad (הַ אָטָד, ha atad). Also known as Abel-Mizraim. A place where Joseph mourned his deceased father, Jacob, for seven days (Gen 50:10–11).The phrase גֹּרֶן הָאָטָד (goren ha'atad) is usually translated “the threshing floor of Atad,” but it could also mean “the threshing floor of thorns.” It is described