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Gudgodah
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The Lexham Bible Dictionary
Gudgodah
Gudgodah (גֻּדְגֹּ֫דָה‎, gudgodah). A place where the Israelites camped during their wilderness journey (Deut 10:7). They camped at Gudgodah just before camping at Jotbathah.
Baker Encyclopedia of the Bible
Gudgodah
Gudgodah. Alternate name for Hor-haggidgad, one of the stopping-places in the wilderness wanderings of the Israelites (Dt 10:7).See Hor-haggidgad, Hor-hagidgad.
The International Standard Bible Encyclopedia, Revised
Gudgodah
Gudgodah gud-gōʹdə [Heb. guḏgōḏâ]. A place of encampment in the wilderness journeyings, listed between Moserah, where Aaron died, and Jotbatah (Dt. 10:7). It is called Hor-haggidgad in Nu. 33:32f. In the LXX the name occurs as Gadgad in both passages.W. S. LaSor
Tyndale Bible Dictionary
Gudgodah
GUDGODAH Alternate name for Hor-haggidgad, one of the stopping places in the wilderness wanderings of the Israelites (Dt 10:7). See Hor-haggidgad.
The Wycliffe Bible Encyclopedia
Gudgodah
GUDGODAH. An Israelite campground in the Negeb after Aaron’s death (Deut 10:7), probably the same as Hor-hagidgad (q.v.).
The New Bible Dictionary, Third Edition
Gudgodah
GUDGODAH. One of the Israelite encampments in the wilderness according to Dt. 10:7. Hor-hag-gidgadin Nu. 33:32–33 is probably another form of the same name. Its location is not known, although its proximity to *Bene-jaakan and *Jotbathah suggests that it was somewhere in the mountains W of Wadi Arabah.
Eerdmans Dictionary of the Bible
Gudgodah
Gudgodah (Heb. guḏgōḏâ) (also HOR-HAGGIDGAD)A place where the Israelites encamped during the wilderness wanderings (Deut. 10:7; LXX Gk. Gadgad); the first site mentioned after Moserah (Moseroth) where Aaron died. At Num. 33:32–33 it is called Hor-haggidgad.
Eerdmans Bible Dictionary
Gudgodah
Gudgodah [gŭd gōˊdə] (Heb. guḏgōḏâ).† A place where the Israelites encamped during the wilderness wanderings (Deut. 10:7; LXX Gk. Gadgad), the first site mentioned after Moserah (Moseroth) where Aaron died. At Num. 33:32–33 it is called Hor-haggidgad.
The New Unger’s Bible Dictionary
Gudgodah
GUDGO´DAH (gud-gōʹda; “cutting, cleft”). The fortieth station of the Israelites, between Mt. Hor and Jotbathah (Deut. 10:7). The name appears to be preserved in the present Wadi Ghudhagidh. Same as Hor-haggidgad (Num. 33:32).
Nelson’s New Illustrated Bible Dictionary
Gudgodah
GUDGODAH [gud GOH dah] — a place where the Israelites camped in the wilderness, near Ezion Geber (Deut. 10:7). This place is also called Hor Haggidgad (Num. 33:32–33).
International Standard Bible Encyclopedia
GUDGODAH
GUDGODAH<gud-go’-da> ([גֻּדְגֹּדָה‎, gudhgodhah]): A place in the wilderness journeyings (Dt 10:7), corresponding to Hor-haggidgad in Nu 33:32. Septuagint in each case renders ([Γαδγάδ, Gadgad]). The site cannot now be identified; but there may be an echo of the ancient name in that of Wady Gudaghid,
Holman Illustrated Bible Dictionary
Gudgodah
GUDGODAH (Gŭd gōʹ da) Place-name of uncertain meaning. A stop on the Israelites’ wilderness journey (Deut. 10:7). It is apparently the same place as Hor-hagidgad (Num. 33:32). The location is uncertain with some scholars looking at the area near the Wadi Chadachid.