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Ground
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The Lexham Bible Dictionary
Land
Land Overviews the development of biblical perspectives of land and property ownership in relation to the larger socioeconomic and political backdrop of the ancient world.
The International Standard Bible Encyclopedia, Revised
Ground
Ground [Heb. ʾaḏāmâ, ʾereṣ, yabbāšâ (“dry ground,” Ex. 4:9; Josh. 4:22), māqôm, mîšôr—‘plain’ (“level ground,” e.g., Ps. 26:12), nîr (“fallow ground,” Prov. 13:23; Jer. 4:3; Hos. 10:12), ʿāp̱ār—‘dust, ground,’ ʿāqōḇ (“uneven ground,” Isa. 40:4), pāneh—‘face’ (Prov. 24:31), ṣāmāʾ
International Standard Bible Encyclopedia
GROUND; GROUNDED
GROUND; GROUNDED<ground>, <ground’-ed> ([אֲדָמָה‎, ’adhamah], [אֶרֶץ‎, ’erets]; [γη̂, ge]):1. “Ground” is in the King James Version the translation of ’adhamah, “the soil,” the ground so called from its red color, frequently also translated “earth” and “land” (Gen 2:5 f, etc.; Ex 3:5; 8:21,
The International Standard Bible Encyclopaedia, Volumes 1–5
Ground, Grounded
GROUND, ground, GROUNDED, ground´ed (אֲדָמָה‎, ’ădhāmāh, אֶרֶץ‎, ’ereç; γῆ, gḗ):(1) “Ground” is in AV the tr of ’ădhāmāh, “the soil,” the ground so called from its red color, frequently also trd “earth” and “land” (Gen 2:5 f, etc; Ex 3:5; 8:21, etc); it is more often the tr of ’ereç, which means