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Also spelled Hazar-susim. A village of Simeon in the central part of the Negev (Josh 19:5; 1 Chr 4:31).
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HAZAR-SUSAH (PLACE) [Heb ḥăṣar šsâ (חֲצַר שְׁסָה)]. Var. HAZAR-SUSIM. A settlement of the tribe of Simeon. Hazar-susah appears once in Joshua (19:5), where it is listed as being one of the settlements occupied by the tribe of Simeon in the aftermath of the Conquest. 1 Chr 4:31 has the variant Hazar-susim.
Baker Encyclopedia of the Bible
Hazar-susah, Hazar-susim. City assigned to Simeon within the territory allotted to Judah for an inheritance (Jos 19:5); alternately called Hazar-susim (1 Chr 4:31). Solomon probably used it as a transfer point for horses brought from Egypt for sale to the Hittites and Syrians, as suggested by its name,
The International Standard Bible Encyclopedia, Revised
Tyndale Bible Dictionary
HAZAR-SUSAH, HAZAR-SUSIM City assigned to Simeon within the territory allotted to Judah for an inheritance (Jos 19:5); alternately called Hazar-susim (1 Chr 4:31). Solomon probably used it as a transfer point for horses brought from Egypt for sale to the Hittites and Syrians, as suggested by its name,
The Wycliffe Bible Encyclopedia
HAZAR-SUSAH. A city of Simeon in the SW part of Judah (Josh 19:5). Called Hazar-susim (“village of horses”) in 1 Chr 4:31, it perhaps contained stables where Solomon kept some of the horses he imported from Egypt and sold to Hittites and Syrians (1 Kgs 4:26; 9:19; 10:29; cf. cities of horsemen in 2 Chr
Eerdmans Dictionary of the Bible
Hazar-Susah (Heb. ḥăṣar sûsâ) (also HAZAR-SUSIM)A city in the Negeb apportioned to Simeon following the Conquest (Josh. 19:5). At 1 Chr. 4:31 it is called Hazar-susim. A textual parallel in Judah’s allotment (Josh. 15:31–32) may reflect Simeon’s territorial assimilation with Judah, as well as Hazar-susah’s
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International Standard Bible Encyclopedia
HAZAR<ha’-zar> ([חֲצַר, chatsar], construct of [חָצֵר, chatser], “an enclosure,” “settlement,” or “village”): Is frequently the first element in Hebrew place-names.