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Beth-Togarmah
Excerpt from the Lexham Bible Dictionary, the most advanced Bible dictionary.
A territory north of Israel mentioned among the trading partners of Tyre in Ezek 27:14 and among the allies of Gog in Ezek 38:6. Ancient Near Eastern sources indicate it was located in the upper Euphrates region, probably in the vicinity of the modern town of Gürün in Turkey.
Dictionaries
The Lexham Bible Dictionary
Beth-Togarmah
Beth-Togarmah (בֵּית תּוֹגַרְמָה‎, beith togarmah). A territory north of Israel mentioned among the trading partners of Tyre in Ezek 27:14 and among the allies of Gog in Ezek 38:6. Ancient Near Eastern sources indicate it was located in the upper Euphrates region, probably in the vicinity of the modern
Togarmah, Son of Gomer
Togarmah, Son of Gomer (תּוֹגַרְמָה‎, togarmah). A son of Gomer and great-grandson of Noah (through Japheth) (Gen 10:3; 1 Chr 1:6). A place called Beth-Togarmah is listed among Tyre’s trading partners in Ezek 27:14 and mentioned among the lands allied with Gog (Ezek 38:6).
The Anchor Yale Bible Dictionary
Togarmah (Person)
TOGARMAH (PERSON) [Heb tōgarmâ (תֹּגַרְמָה)]. According to the Table of Nations (Gen 10:3) and the parallel genealogy in 1 Chr 1:6, Togarmah is one of three sons of Gomer, who himself is a son of Japheth, Noah’s son. His descendants, or at least those called by the same name, are mentioned twice in
Baker Encyclopedia of the Bible
Beth-togarmah
Beth-togarmah. Hebrew, phrase meaning “House of Togarmah,” referring to the nation descended from Gomer’s son of this name, and which traded with Tyre (Ez 27:14; 38:6).See Togarmah.
Togarmah
Togarmah. Third son of Gomer, a descendant of Japheth (Gn 10:3; 1 Chr 1:6). Beth-togarmah (“house of Togarmah”) appears in Ezekiel’s prophecy against the nations that opposed Israel (Ez 27:14; 38:6). Beth-togarmah was one of the principal trading partners of Tyre, providing war horses and mules. Since
The International Standard Bible Encyclopedia, Revised
Beth-Togarmah
Beth-Togarmah beth-tō-gärʹmə [Heb. bêṯ tôgarmâ]; AV HOUSE OF TOGARMAH; NEB also TOGARMAH (Ezk. 27:14).A place name in Ezk. 27:14; 38:6, probably the same as Togarmah.
Togarmah
Togarmah tō-gärʹmə [Heb. tôg̱armâ]. A name occurring in the TABLE OF NATIONS (Gen. 10:3; cf. 1 Ch. 1:6) with Ashkenaz and Riphath as the sons of GOMER (1) and grandsons of Japheth. In Ezekiel Beth-togarmah is a nation of the north (Ezk. 38:6) that trades in horses and mules (27:14).The word is
Tyndale Bible Dictionary
Beth-Togarmah
BETH-TOGARMAH Hebrew phrase meaning “house of Togarmah,” referring to the nation descended from Gomer’s son of this name, and which traded with Tyre (Ez 27:14; 38:6). See Togarmah.
Togarmah
TOGARMAH Third son of Gomer, a descendant of Japheth (Gn 10:3; 1 Chr 1:6). Beth-togarmah (“house of Togarmah”) appears in Ezekiel’s prophecy against the nations that opposed Israel (Ez 27:14; 38:6). Beth-togarmah was one of the principal trading partners of Tyre, providing war horses and mules. Since
The HarperCollins Bible Dictionary (Revised and Updated)
Beth-Togarmah
Beth-togarmah (beth-toh-gahr´muh; Heb., “house of Togarmah”), a city mentioned in Ezek. 27:14 as a site that traded horses and mules to Tyre. It may be modern Gürün, located about seventy miles west of Malatya in Asia Minor. The city was apparently associated with descendants of Togarmah, the third son
Togarmah
Togarmah (toh-gahr´muh), the third son of Gomer and the brother of Ashkenaz and Riphath (Gen. 10:3; 1 Chron. 1:6). His descendants may be associated with a city named Beth-togarmah (Heb., “house of Togarmah”) mentioned in Ezek. 27:14. See also Beth-togarmah.
The Wycliffe Bible Encyclopedia
Togarmah
TOGARMAH. The third son of Gomer, brother of Ashkenaz, the Scythian progenitor (Gen 10:3; 1 Chr 1:6; Ezk 38:6). (Beth)-Togarmah (RSV) was one of the many far-flung nations which traded with Tyre (Ezk 27:14), providing horses and mules and soldiers to Gog (q.v.; Ezk 38:6). Murshilis II the Hittite king
The New Bible Dictionary, Third Edition
Togarmah
TOGARMAH. The third son of Gomer, grandson of Japheth and brother of Ashkenaz and Riphath (Gn. 10:3; 1 Ch. 1:6). (Beth-) Togarmah, with Tubal, *Javan and *Meshech, supplied horses and mules to Tyre (Ezk. 27:14) and soldiers to *Gog (Ezk. 38:6). During the 2nd millennium bc Old Assyrian and Hittite texts
Eerdmans Dictionary of the Bible
Beth-Togarmah
Beth-Togarmah (Heb. bêṯ tôg̱armâ)A place N of Israel, likely in modern Armenia, where the descendants of Togarmah lived (cf. Akk. Til-garimmu). In Ezekiel’s oracle against Tyre Beth-togarmah (“house of Togarmah”) exchanges horses and mules for merchandise (Ezek. 27:14). Ezek. 38:6 lists it as an
Togarmah
Togarmah (Heb. tōg̱armâ, tôg̱armâ)A son of Gomer and descendant of Japheth (Gen. 10:3 = 1 Chr. 1:6). The name is related to the city and region of Beth-togarmah.
Eerdmans Bible Dictionary
Beth-Togarmah
Beth-Togarmah [bĕthˊtō gärˊmə] (Heb. bêṯ tôg̱armâ “house” or “region of Togarmah”). A region north of Palestine where the descendants of Togarmah lived (Ezek. 27:14; 38:6; KJV “house of Togarmah”). Hittite sources mention a Tegarama in Asia Minor, probably the same as modern Gürün (which
Togarmah
Togarmah [tō gärˊmə] (Heb. tōg̱armâ, tôg̱armâ). A son of Gomer and descendant of Japheth (Gen. 10:3 par. 1 Chr. 1:6). His name is related to that of the region of Beth-Togarmah.
Catholic Bible Dictionary
Togarmah
TOGARMAH The third son of Gomer and the grandson of the patriarch Japheth (Gen 10:3; 1 Chr 1:6). The region named Togarmah supplied horses to Tyre (Ezek 27:14).
Smith’s Bible Dictionary
Togarmah
Togar´mah, a son of Gomer, of the family of Japheth, and brother of Ashkenaz and Riphath. Gen. 10:3. His descendants became a people engaged in agriculture, breeding horses and mules to be sold in Tyre. Ezek. 27:14. They were also a military people, well skilled in the use of arms. Togarmah was probably