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Hazar-shual
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The Lexham Bible Dictionary
Hazar-Shual
Hazar-Shual (חֲצַר שוּעָל‎, chatsar shu'al). A town in southern Judah assigned to the tribe of Simeon (Josh 15:28; 19:3; 1 Chr 4:28; Neh 11:27).
The Anchor Yale Bible Dictionary
Hazar-Shual (Place)
HAZAR-SHUAL (PLACE) [Heb hăṣar (הֲצַר‎) šuʿāl (שֻׁעָל)]. A settlement of the tribe of Simeon. Hazar-shual appears in Josh 15:28, where it is listed as part of the tribe of Judah, and in Josh 19:3, where it is a Simeonite settlement. It is also listed as a town in Simeon in 1 Chr 4:28. Since Simeon
Baker Encyclopedia of the Bible
Hazar-shual
Hazar-shual. Simeonite city located in the southern section of Judah (Jos 15:28; 19:3; 1 Chr 4:28). It is also listed among those cities occupied by the Jews who returned from captivity (Neh 11:27).
The International Standard Bible Encyclopedia, Revised
Hazar-Shual
Hazar-Shual hāʹzər-shoo̅ʹəl [Heb. aṣar šûʿāl—‘village of the fox’; Gk. Arsōla, Asersoual, Esērsoual, Esēreoulab]. One of the localities of the Negeb assigned to the tribe of Simeon (Josh. 19:3; 1 Ch. 4:28). It occurs only three times in the OT and always in connection with Beer-sheba. It
Tyndale Bible Dictionary
Hazar-Shual
HAZAR-SHUAL Simeonite city located in the southern section of Judah (Jos 15:28; 19:3; 1 Chr 4:28). It is also listed among those cities occupied by the Jews who returned from captivity (Neh 11:27).
The HarperCollins Bible Dictionary (Revised and Updated)
Hazarshual
Hazarshual (hay´zuhr-shoo´uhl; Heb., possibly “the haunt of the fox”), a settlement in southern Judah counted as belonging to the tribes of both Judah (Josh. 15:28) and Simeon (Josh. 19:3). It was probably occupied by Simeon first and then later by Judah, as the tribe of Simeon lost its identity and
The Wycliffe Bible Encyclopedia
Hazar-Shual
HAZAR-SHUAL. A town of Simeon in the extreme S Judah, always mentioned in close connection with Beer-sheba (Josh 15:28; 19:3; 1 Chr 4:28). It was reoccupied by Jews after the Exile (Neh 11:27).
Eerdmans Dictionary of the Bible
Hazar-Shual
Hazar-Shual (Heb. ḥăṣar šûʿāl)A town (“enclosure of the fox”) in the southern part of Judah’s inheritance (Josh. 15:28), earlier assigned to Simeon (19:3; 1 Chr. 4:28). It was resettled by the exiles returning from Babylon (Neh. 11:27). The location is uncertain but the context suggests it was
Eerdmans Bible Dictionary
Hazar-Shual
Hazar-Shual [hāˊzər shōōˊəl] (Heb. aṣar šû˓āl “village of the fox”). A town in the Negeb assigned to Simeon (Josh. 19:3; 1 Chr. 4:28), always mentioned in association with Beer-sheba; at Josh. 15:28 it is listed among the allotment of Judah (cf. 19:9). It was resettled following the Exile
The New Unger’s Bible Dictionary
Hazar-Shual
HA´ZAR-SHU´AL (haʹzar-shūʹal; “village of jackals”). A town, the identifications of which are all supposition; some locate it at Khirbet el-Meshash, fifteen miles E of Beersheba. It was upon the S border of Judah (Josh. 15:28; Neh. 11:27) but afterward included in the territory of Simeon (Josh. 19:3;
Easton’s Bible Dictionary
Hazar-Shual
Hazar-Shualvillage or enclosure of the jackal, a city on the south border of Judah (Josh. 15:28; Neh. 11:27). It has been identified with the ruins of Saweh, half-way between Beersheba and Moladah.
Harper’s Bible Dictionary
Hazarshual
HazarshualHazarshual (hay-zahr-sho̅o̅ʹuhl; Heb., meaning uncertain, possibly ‘the haunt of the fox’), a settlement in southern Judah counted as belonging to both the tribes of Judah (Josh. 15:28) and Simeon (Josh. 19:3). It was probably originally occupied by Simeon and then later occupied by Judah
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