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Dibon-Gad
Dibon
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Baker Encyclopedia of the Bible
Dibon-gad
Dibon-gad. Alternate name for Dibon, a Moabite city, in Numbers 33:45, 46.See Dibon #1.
Tyndale Bible Dictionary
Dibon-Gad
DIBON-GAD Alternate name for Dibon, a Moabite city, in Numbers 33:45–46. See Dibon #1.
Eerdmans Dictionary of the Bible
Dibon-Gad
Dibon-Gad (Heb. dɩ̂ḇōn gāḏ)An alternate name (“Dibon of Gad”) for Dibon 1 (Num. 33:45–46).
Dibon
Dibon (Heb. dɩ̂ḇôn)1. An important city located on the King’s Highway in central Transjordan. Dibon is generally identified with the mound of ruins N of the modern village of Dhībān (224101), 64 km. (40 mi.) S of Amman and 3 km. (2 mi.) N of Wadi el-Mōjib (biblical Arnon). Egyptologist Kenneth A.
Eerdmans Bible Dictionary
Dibon-Gad
Dibon-Gad [dīˊbŏn gădˊ] (Heb. dîḇōn gāḏ). An alternate name of Dibon (1) (Num. 33:45–46).
The New Unger’s Bible Dictionary
Dibon-Gad
DI´BON-GAD (diʹbon-gad). One of the halting places of the Israelites (Num. 33:45–46). It was, no doubt, the same place that is generally called Dibon, no. 1.
International Standard Bible Encyclopedia
DIBON; DIBON-GAD
DIBON; DIBON-GAD<di’-bon> ([דִּיבוֹן‎, dibhon], “washing”; [Δαιβών, Daibon]):1. A city of Moab captured by the Amorites (Numbers 21:30), and held by them at the invasion by Israel. It was taken and given to the tribe of Gad, whence it is called Dibon-gad (Numbers 32:34; 33:45). In Joshua
The Westminster Bible Dictionary
Dibon
Diʹbon [pining], the name of two towns.1. A town on the east side of Jordan, in the rich pastoral country, which was taken possession of and rebuilt by the children of Gad (Num. 32:3, 34). From this circumstance, possibly, it received the name of Dibon-Gad (Num. 33:45, 46). In Isa. 15:9 it is called
The International Standard Bible Encyclopaedia, Volumes 1–5
Dibon, Dibon-Gad
DIBON, dīʹbon, DIBON-GAD (דִּיבו̇ן‎, dībhōn, “washing”; Δαιβών, Daibō̇n):(1) A city of Moab captured by the Amorites (Nu 21:30), and held by them at the invasion by Israel. It was taken and given to the tribe of Gad, whence it is called Dibon-gad (Nu 32:34; 33:45). In Josh 13:17 it is reckoned to