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Baal (Place)
Baalath-beer
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The Anchor Yale Bible Dictionary
Baal (Place)
BAAL (PLACE) [Heb baʿal (בַּעַל)]. In 1 Chr 4:33, an alternative form of the toponym BAALATH-BEER.
Baker Encyclopedia of the Bible
Baal (Place)
Baal (Place). Alternate name for Baalath-beer, a city defining a portion of the boundary of Simeon’s territory, in 1 Chronicles 4:33.See Baalath-beer.
The International Standard Bible Encyclopedia, Revised
Baal (Place)
4. A city of the tribe of Simeon (1 Ch. 4:33). See Baalath-Beer.D. M. Pratt
Tyndale Bible Dictionary
Baal (Place)
BAAL* (Place) Alternate name for Baalath-beer, a city defining a portion of the boundary of Simeon’s territory, in 1 Chronicles 4:33. See Baalath-beer.
Eerdmans Dictionary of the Bible
Baal (Place)
Baal (Heb. baʿal) (PLACE)A city in the tribal territory of Simeon (1 Chr. 4:33), identical with Balaath-beer.
Smith’s Bible Dictionary
Baal
Ba´al, geographical. This word occurs as the prefix or suffix to the names of several places in Palestine, some of which are as follows:1. Baal, a town of Simeon, named only in 1 Chron. 4:33, which from the parallel list in Josh. 19:8 seems to have been identical with Baalath-beer.2. Baalah (mistress).
The New Unger’s Bible Dictionary
Baal
BA´AL (bāʹal; Heb. ba˓al, “lord, possessor”).1. A common name for god among the Phoenicians; also the name of their chief male god. See Gods, False.2. The word is used of the master of a house (Ex. 22:7; Judg. 19:22), of a landowner (Job 31:39), of an owner of cattle (Ex. 21:28; Isa. 1:3), and so
Nelson’s New Illustrated Bible Dictionary
Baal
BAAL [BAY uhl] (lord, master) — the name of one or more false gods, a place, and two people in the Old Testament:1. A fertility and nature god of the Canaanites and Phoenicians. Also see Gods, Pagan.2. A city in the tribe of Simeon (1 Chr. 4:33), the same place as Baalath Beer (Josh. 19:8).3. A descendant
International Standard Bible Encyclopedia
BAAL (2)
BAAL (2)<ba’-al> בַּעַל‎ [bàal], “lord,” “master,” “possessor”):1. A descendant of Reuben, Jacob’s first-born son, and the father of Beerah, prince of the Reubenitcs, “whom Tiglath-pileser (1 Chronicles 5:5, 6) king of Assyria carried away captive.”2. The fourth of ten sons of Jeiel (King
The International Standard Bible Encyclopaedia, Volumes 1–5
Baal (2)
BAAL, bā‛al (בַּעַל‎, ba‛al, “lord,” “master,” “possessor”):(1) A descendant of Reuben, Jacob’s first-born son, and the father of Beerah, prince of the Reubenites, “whom Tiglath-pileser (1 Ch 5:5, 6) king of Assyria carried away captive.”(2) The fourth of ten sons of Jeiel (AV “Jehiel”), father and
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