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A village assigned to the tribe of Judah, located in the south of Judah, near the border with Edom (Josh 15:27).
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Hazar-Gaddah hāʹzer-gadʹe [Heb. ḥaṣar gaddâ—‘village of good fortune’; Gk. B Seri, A Asergadda]. One of the southern towns taken and inhabited by the tribe of Judah (Josh. 15:27). Some have suggested a locality near the western shore of the Dead Sea. “Cliff” or “riverbank” is an alternate connotation
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Hazar-Gaddah (Heb. ḥăṣar gaddâ)A city apportioned by Joshua to the tribe of Judah following the conquest of Canaan (Josh. 15:27). The location is uncertain, but may likely be sought near Beer-sheba. The etymology of Hazar-gaddah may suggest the presence of coriander (Heb. gaḏ) farms, although the
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HAZAR<ha’-zar> ([חֲצַר, chatsar], construct of [חָצֵר, chatser], “an enclosure,” “settlement,” or “village”): Is frequently the first element in Hebrew place-names.