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A town assigned to the tribe of Naphtali (Josh 19:36). Named between Kinnereth and Ramah. Its location is unknown, but it may be identical with Hajar ed-Damm, northwest of the Sea of Galilee.
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ADAMAH (PLACE) [Heb ʾădāmâ (אֲדָמָה)]. A fortified city within Naphtali’s territorial boundaries, the exact location of which is unknown (Josh 19:36; LXX variants also reflect the uncertainty). Adamah is not to be identified with Adam in the Transjordon (Josh 3:16), nor with Adami-neqeb (Josh 19:33;
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Adamah (ad´uh-muh).1 A city in the region of Naphtali (Josh. 19:33).2 A Hebrew word that occurs 225 times in the Bible and means arable, cultivable land. That meaning can be seen in the expression “man of the ’adamah” meaning “farmer” (Gen. 9:20; Zech. 13:5). ’Adamah is the word used to refer to the
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