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The Lexham Bible Dictionary
The Anchor Yale Bible Dictionary
DIZAHAB (PLACE) [Heb dı̂ zāhāb (דִּי זָהָב)]. Referred to as the location of Moses’ “repetition of the law” (Deut 1:1). The name is a mixture of official Aramaic (dî “the one of”) and Hebrew (zāhāb “gold”); orthographically (dy instead of zy) the name cannot predate the 6th century b.c. The place
Baker Encyclopedia of the Bible
The International Standard Bible Encyclopedia, Revised
Dizahab dīzʹə-hab, diz̄t̀̄ie-hab [Heb. dî-zāhāḇ; Gk. katachrýsea-‘that which has gold’]. One or four names in Dt. 1:1 describing the place E of the Arabah where Moses delivered his farewell address. The location is unknown, but from the similarity of the other names to earlier wilderness stopping-places
Tyndale Bible Dictionary
The Wycliffe Bible Encyclopedia
The New Bible Dictionary, Third Edition
DIZAHAB. One of the places named in Dt. 1:1 to define the site of the speeches which follow. It has often been identified with Ḏahab on the E coast of the Sinai peninsula (e.g. Rothenberg and Aharoni), but this is not easily reconciled with the other data given (cf. v. 5). A location in N Moab is required,
Eerdmans Dictionary of the Bible
Dizahab (Heb. dɩ̂zāhāḇ)A place associated with Moses’ first address (Deut. 1:1). The word is a descriptive appellation combining an Aramaic genitive performative (dɩ̂, “the one of [= ‘having’]”) and Heb. zāhāḇ, “gold.” Some have identified the site with edh-Dheibeh, E of Heshbon in the Transjordanian
Eerdmans Bible Dictionary
Dizahab [dĭzˊə hăb (Heb. dî-zāhāḇ “that which has gold”). An appellation describing the place where Moses delivered his farewell address (Deut. 1:1). Because of the similarity of names, Minet edh-Dhahab, directly east of Mt. Sinai, has been suggested as the site. For geological reasons, edh-Dheibeh,
Smith’s Bible Dictionary
The New Unger’s Bible Dictionary