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The International Standard Bible Encyclopedia, Revised
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Assign [Heb. nāṯan, pāqaḏ, also ‘āmar (1 K. 11:18), mānâ (Dnl. 1:5), sāp̱ar (2 Ch. 2:2), ‘āśâ (2 Ch. 2:18), śîm (Prov. 8:29); GK. dídōmi (1 Cor. 3:5), merízō (Rom. 12:3; 1 Cor. 7:17)]; AV also GIVE, APPOINT, RECKON, PUT TO (2 Ch. 2:14), SET TO BE (2 Ch. 2:18), DEAL (Rom. 12:3), DISTRIBUTE
International Standard Bible Encyclopedia
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ASSIGN<a-sin> ( נָתַן‎ [nathan], “to give,” or “grant,” i.e. apportion): Used (Joshua 20:8) of Moses setting apart Bezer as one of the three cities of refuge on the East of the Jordan (compare Deuteronomy 4:41-43); also of Joab’s stationing Uriah in a place of mortal peril in battle (2 Samuel
The International Standard Bible Encyclopaedia, Volumes 1–5
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ASSIGN, a-sinʹ (נָתַן‎, nāthan, “to give,” or “grant,” i.e. apportion): Used (Josh 20:8) of Moses setting apart Bezer as one of the three cities of refuge on the E. of the Jordan (cf Dt 4:41–43); also of Joab’s stationing Uriah in a place of mortal peril in battle (2 S 11:16).