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A city built by Cain, and named after his son. Enoch was in the land of Nod, east of Eden (Gen 4:14–17).
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ENOCH (CITY)In Genesis 4:17 it is narrated that Cain, who had taken up his abode in the land of Nod, East of Eden (verse 16), built there a city, and called it after the name of his firstborn son Enoch. It is impossible to fix more definitely the locality of this first of cities, recorded, as Delitzsch
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ENOCH (Ēʹ nŏk) Personal name meaning “dedicated.” 1. The son of Jared who was taken up to God without dying (Gen. 5:18). He became the father of Methuselah. Enoch lived in such close fellowship with God that he was translated into the presence of God without dying. Hebrews 11:5 attributes his translation
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ENOCH (CITY): In Gen 4:17 it is narrated that Cain, who had taken up his abode in the land of Nod, E. of Eden (ver 16), built there a city, and called it after the name of his firstborn son Enoch. It is impossible to fix more definitely the locality of this first of cities, recorded, as Delitzsch says