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Chusi
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The Lexham Bible Dictionary
Chusi
Chusi (Χους, Chous). A town near the Wadi Mochmur in the general region of Acraba (Judith 7:18).
The Anchor Yale Bible Dictionary
Chusi (Place)
CHUSI (PLACE) [Gk Chous (Χους)]. A site mentioned in the book of Judith, whose exact location is unknown (Jdt 7:18). The name “Chusi” appears only here in the biblical literature. It may possibly be identified with the modern village of Quzeh (M.R. 174171), six miles south of Nablus, which, as Torrey
The International Standard Bible Encyclopedia, Revised
Chusi
Chusi kū̀sī [Gk. Chous]; NEB CHUS. A place named in Jth. 7:18, where it is said to be near Ekrebel on the brook Machmur. It was located about 5 mi (8 km) S of Nablus and just W of the Ramallah-Nablus highway at the modern village of Quza.J. F. Prewitt
Tyndale Bible Dictionary
Chusi
CHUSI Place mentioned near Acraba and beside the brook Mochmur (Jdt 7:18). Chusi is probably south of modern Nablus in Israel.
International Standard Bible Encyclopedia
CHUSI
CHUSI<ku’-si>, ([Χούς, Chous]): A place only named in Judith 7:18, as near Ekrebel on the brook Mochmur. It was in central Palestine,and has with some probability been identified with Quzah, a village 5 1/2 miles South of Nablus and 5 miles West of Agrabeh (Ekrebel).
The Zondervan Encyclopedia of the Bible, Volume 1, A–C
Chusi
Chusi kyoo′si (Χους; Codex A, Χουσει). A place “beside the Wadi Mochmur” near which part of the army of Holofernes encamped when besieging the Israelites at Bethulia (Jdt. 7:18). It is probably to be identified with the modern town of Kuzi, on Wadi Mochmur, a tributary of the Jarkon River (see Y. Aharoni
The International Standard Bible Encyclopaedia, Volumes 1–5
Chusi
CHUSI, kūʹsī, kūʹsi (χούς, Choús): A place only named in Jth 7:18, as near Ekrebel on the brook Mochmur. It was in central Pal, and has with some probability been identified with Qūzah, a village 5½ miles S. of Nablus and 5 miles W. of Agrabeh (Ekrebel).
The New Interpreter’s Dictionary of the Bible, Volumes 1–5
CHUSI
CHUSI kyoo´si [Χους Chous]. A place near Egrehbeh and the Wadi Mochmur in central Palestine (Jdt 7:18). Possibly same as today’s Quzah.