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Haunt
Haunted
Dictionaries
The International Standard Bible Encyclopedia, Revised
Haunt
Haunt[Heb reg̱el—‘foot’] (1 S. 23:22); NEB omits; [nāweh] (Isa. 34:13; 35:7); AV HABITATION; NEB ROUGH LAND; [māʿôn] (Jer. 49:33; 51:37); AV DWELLING, DWELLING PLACE; [Gk. phylaké̄] (Rev. 18:2); AV HOLD, CAGE. A haunt is generally a place frequented with some regularity. David hid in the rocky strongholds
International Standard Bible Encyclopedia
HAUNT
HAUNT<hont>, <hant>: The verb in Old English was simply “to resort to,” “frequent”; a place of dwelling or of business was a haunt. The noun occurs in 1 Sam 23:22 as the translation of reghel, “foot,” “See his place where his haunt is,” the Revised Version margin, Hebrew `foot’ “; the verb
The International Standard Bible Encyclopaedia, Volumes 1–5
Haunt
HAUNT, hônt, hänt: The vb. in OE was simply “to resort to,” “frequent”; a place of dwelling or of business was a haunt. The noun occurs in 1 S 23:22 as the tr of reghel, “foot,” “See his place where his haunt is,” RVm “Heb ‘foot’ ”; the vb. is the tr of yāshabh, “to sit down,” “to dwell” (Ezk 26:17,