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Hazar-Enan
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The Lexham Bible Dictionary
Hazar-Enan
Hazar-Enan (חָצֵר עֵינָן‎, chatser einan). A village at the northeast boundary of the promised land between Damascus and Hamath (Num 34:10; Ezek 47:17; 48:1).
The Anchor Yale Bible Dictionary
Hazar-Enan (Place)
HAZAR-ENAN (PLACE) [Heb ḥăṣar (חֲצַר‎) ʿênān (עֵינָן)]. Var. HAZAR-ENON. The northernmost town on the idealized border of the promised land (Num 34:9–10). As such it also figures in Ezekiel’s eschatological vision of the boundaries of the restored Israel, and Ezekiel confirms its location in the
Baker Encyclopedia of the Bible
Hazar-enan, Hazar-enon
Hazar-enan, Hazar-enon. Place describing the northeast corner of Israel’s border (Nm 34:9, 10); alternately spelled Hazar-enon in Ezekiel 47:17, 18 and 48:1. It is identified with modern Hadr at the base of Mt Hermon.
The International Standard Bible Encyclopedia, Revised
Hazar-Enan
Hazar-Enan hāʹzer-ēʹnen [Heb. aṣar ʿênān—‘village of the spring’; Gk. aulḗ toú Ainan; Asernain]; HAZAR-ENON [Heb. aṣar ʿênôn]. A place at the easternmost point of the ideal northern boundary of the Promised Land, midway between Damascus and the land of Hamath (Nu. 34:9; Ezk. 47:17 [NEB
Tyndale Bible Dictionary
Hazar-Enan, Hazar-Enon
HAZAR-ENAN, HAZAR-ENON* Place describing the northeast corner of Israel’s border (Nm 34:9–10); alternately spelled Hazar-enon in Ezekiel 47:17–18 and 48:1 (rsv). It is identified with modern Hadr at the base of Mt Hermon.
The Wycliffe Bible Encyclopedia
Hazar-Enan
HAZAR-ENAN. According to Num 34:7–10, the site at the end of the N frontier between Palestine and Hamath (cf. (Ezk 47:16–17) where the border turned southward. It may be identified with the desert oasis of el-Qaryatein, half way between Damascus and Palmyra.See Hazar-hatticon.
Eerdmans Dictionary of the Bible
Hazar-Enan
Hazar-Enan (Heb. ḥăṣar ʿênān), HAZAR-ENON (ḥăṣar ʿênôn)The northeastern point of the ideal boundaries of Palestine (Num. 34:9–10); called Hazar-enon at Ezek. 47:17–18; 48:1. Ezek. 48:1 places it on the northern boundary of Damascus “over against Hamath” (NRSV “with Hamath to the north”). The
Eerdmans Bible Dictionary
Hazer-Enan
Hazer-Enan [hāˊzər ēˊnən] (Heb. aṣar ˓ênān “village of the spring”). The northeastern point of the ideal boundaries of Palestine (Num. 34:9–10); called Hazar-enon (Heb. aṣar ˓ênôn) at Ezek. 47:17–18; 48:1). Ezek. 48:1 places it on the northern boundary of Damascus “over against Hamath” (NJV
The New Unger’s Bible Dictionary
Hazar-Enan
HA´ZAR-E´NAN (haʹzar-ēʹnan; “village of fountains”). A village named as a boundary place (Num. 34:9–10; Ezek. 47:17; 48:1), probably located seventy miles ENE of Damascus and identified as Qaryatein on the road to Palmyra. “And the boundary shall extend from the sea to Hazar-enan at the border of Damascus”
Easton’s Bible Dictionary
Hazar-Anan
Hazar-Ananvillage of fountains, a place on the north-east frontier of Palestine (Num. 34:9, 10). Some have identified it with Ayan ed-Dara in the heart of the central chain of Anti-Libanus. More probably, however, it has been identified with Kuryetein, about 60 miles east-north-east of Damascus. (Comp.
Nelson’s New Illustrated Bible Dictionary
Hazar Enan
HAZAR ENAN [HAY zur EE nuhn] (village of fountains) — a place, perhaps an oasis, midway between Damascus and the land of Hamath (Num. 34:9–10; Ezek. 47:17; Hazar-enon, NRSV).
International Standard Bible Encyclopedia
HAZAR
HAZAR<ha’-zar> ([חֲצַר‎, chatsar], construct of [חָצֵר‎, chatser], “an enclosure,” “settlement,” or “village”): Is frequently the first element in Hebrew place-names.