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Gittites (United Kingdom)
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Baker Encyclopedia of the Bible
The International Standard Bible Encyclopedia, Revised
Tyndale Bible Dictionary
The HarperCollins Bible Dictionary (Revised and Updated)
Gittite (git´it), someone who lives in or is from Gath, one of the five major cities of the Philistines located in the coastal plain of southwestern Judah. The giant Goliath and his brother Lahmi were Gittites (2 Sam. 21:19; 1 Chron. 20:5), as were Obed-edom, whose house was the temporary resting place
The Wycliffe Bible Encyclopedia
GITTITE. An inhabitant of Gath. Gittites are mentioned along with the inhabitants of other Philistine cities (Josh 13:3). Some were found in Judah serving as a bodyguard to David with Ittai as their commander (2 Sam 15:18 ff.; 18:2). Obed-edom, who cared for the ark for a time, was a Gittite (2 Sam 6:10
Eerdmans Dictionary of the Bible
Eerdmans Bible Dictionary
The Archaeological Encyclopedia of the Holy Land
GATH; GITTITES a) One of the cities of the ‘five lords of the Philistines’ (Josh. 13:3; 1 Sam. 5:7–10; 6:17), the place where the Anakim remained until they were subdued by Joshua (Josh. 11:22, etc.). Achish, King of Gath, granted refuge to David when he escaped from Saul (1 Sam. 27:2–11). According
Smith’s Bible Dictionary
The New Unger’s Bible Dictionary
GIT´TITE (gĭtʹīt). An inhabitant, or properly native, of the Philistine city of Gath (Josh. 13:3), 600 of whom attached themselves to David and became part of his bodyguard (2 Sam. 15:18–19). Obed-edom (which see), in whose house the Ark was placed for a time (6:10), is called a Gittite, probably from