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Hazar-addar
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The Lexham Bible Dictionary
Hazar-Addar
Hazar-Addar (חָצֵר אַדָּר‎, chatser addar). A city along the southern border of Israel (Num 34:4). May be the same as Addar (Josh 15:3).
Baker Encyclopedia of the Bible
Hazar-addar
Hazar-addar. Town, which with Azmon, defined the southern border of Judah (Nm 34:4), usually identified with Khirbet el-Qudeirat near Kadesh-barnea. The parallel passage in Joshua 15:3, 4 lists four places—Hezron, Addar, Karka, and Azmon—instead of two. Some have suggested that Hazar-addar and Addar
The International Standard Bible Encyclopedia, Revised
Hazar-Addar
Hazar-Addar haʹzer-adʹer [Heb. aṣar-ʾaddār—‘noble (or ‘wide’) village”; Gk. épaulis Arad]. A place named among the settlements of southern Judah, near the border with Edom (Nu. 34:4). The site of Khirbet el-Qudeirât, 11 km (7 mi) NW of Kadesh-barnea, fits the context very well (cf. Ezk. 47:17).
Tyndale Bible Dictionary
Hazar-Addar
HAZAR-ADDAR Town that, with Azmon, defined the southern border of Judah (Nm 34:4), usually identified with Khirbet el-Qudeirat near Kadesh-barnea. The parallel passage in Joshua 15:3–4 lists four places—Hezron, Addar, Karka, and Azmon—instead of two. Some have suggested that Hazar-addar and Addar are
The Wycliffe Bible Encyclopedia
Hazar-Addar
HAZAR-ADDAR. A place in the S part of Palestine near Kadesh-barnea and Azmon (Num 34:4); simply called Adar in Josh (15:3). Possibly it was modern ’Ain Qedeis, five miles SE of ’Ain el-Qudeirat (Kadesh-barnea; Y. Aharoni, The Land of the Bible, p. 65).See Hazar.
Eerdmans Dictionary of the Bible
Hazar-Addar
Hazar-Addar (Heb. ḥăṣar-ʾaddār)A site on the southern boundary of Canaan SSE of Kadesh-barnea (Num. 34:4). The description of Judah’s boundary simply lists two towns, Hezron and Addar (Josh. 15:3). The ancient settlement (“threshing place”) is today associated with ʿAin Qedeis (100999) in the Wadi
Eerdmans Bible Dictionary
Hazar-Addar
Hazar-Addar [hāˊzər ădˊər] (Heb. aṣar-˒addār “strong village [or enclosure]”).† A place on the southern border of Canaan (Num. 34:4), toward Edom. Listed between Kadesh-bamea and Azmon, it is apparently the same as Hezron in the account of Judah’s southern boundary (Josh. 15:3; the parenthetical
The New Unger’s Bible Dictionary
Hazaraddar
HA´ZARAD´DAR (haʹzar-adʹar; “village of Addar”). A place in the southern desert part of Palestine, between Kadesh-barnea and Azmon (Num. 34:4; Josh. 15:3, where it is simply “Addar,” or “Adar,” KJV).
Easton’s Bible Dictionary
Hazar-Addar
Hazar-Addarvillage of Addar, a place in the southern boundary of Palestine (Num. 34:4), in the desert to the west of Kadesh-barnea. It is called Adar in Josh. 15:3.
Nelson’s New Illustrated Bible Dictionary
Hazar Addar
HAZAR ADDAR [HAY zur AY dahr] (noble village) — a fortress town on the southwestern border of Judah between Kadesh Barnea and Karkaa (Num. 34:4; Josh. 15:3; Adar, KJV, NKJV, NRSV; Addar, NASB, REB, NIV).
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.
Holman Illustrated Bible Dictionary
Hazar-Addar
HAZAR-ADDAR (Hā zär-ădʹ där) Place-name meaning “threshing floor.” Station on Israel’s wilderness journey (Num. 34:4) near Kadesh, possibly Ain Qedesh. See Addar; Kadesh.