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Hazer-hatticon (village)
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The Lexham Bible Dictionary
Hazer-Hatticon
Hazer-Hatticon (חָצֵר הַתִּיכוֹן‎, chatser hattikhon). A place marking the northeastern corner of Israel in Ezekiel’s vision of the promised land. It is located on the border of Hauran (Ezek 47:16).
The Anchor Yale Bible Dictionary
Hazer-Hatticon (Place)
HAZER-HATTICON (PLACE) [Heb hāṣēr hattı̂kôn (הָצֵר הַתִּיכֹון)]. The NE corner of Ezekiel’s ideal boundary of Israel, located in the Hauran (Ezek 47:16). The unusual form coupled with the context of the passage has suggested to several scholars that this is another name for “Hazar-enon,” (Ezek 47:17).
Baker Encyclopedia of the Bible
Hazar-hatticon
Hazar-hatticon. kjv spelling of the place Hazar-hatticon in Ezekiel 47:16.See Hazer-hatticon.
Hazer-hatticon
Hazer-hatticon. Boundary marker along Israel’s northern perimeter (Ez 47:16, kjv Hazar-hatticon). In conjunction with the use of Hazar-enon in this context and in comparison with Numbers 34:9, 10, it appears that Hazer-hatticon may represent a scribal error for Hazar-enan.
The International Standard Bible Encyclopedia, Revised
Hazer-Hatticon
Hazer-Hatticon hāʹzer-hatʹe-kon [Heb. aṣēr hattîḵôn—‘the middle village’; Gk. aulḗ toú Saunan] (Ezk. 47:16); AV HAZAR-HATTICON; NEB HAZAR-ENAN. From its context the name appears to be another name for Hazar-enan.A. H. Lewis
Tyndale Bible Dictionary
Hazar-Hatticon
HAZAR-HATTICON* kjv spelling of the place Hazer-hatticon in Ezekiel 47:16. See Hazer-hatticon.
Hazer-Hatticon
HAZER-HATTICON Boundary marker along Israel’s northern perimeter (Ez 47:16). In conjunction with the use of Hazar-enan in this context, and in comparison with Numbers 34:9–10, it appears that Hazer-hatticon may represent a scribal error for Hazar-enan.
The Wycliffe Bible Encyclopedia
Hazar-Hatticon
HAZAR-HATTICON. Named by Ezekiel as the NE corner of the ultimate boundary of Israel (Ezk 47:16). Possibly it is an alternate form of Hazar-enan q.v.
Eerdmans Dictionary of the Bible
Hazer-Hatticon
Hazer-Hatticon (Heb. ḥăṣēr hattɩ̂ḵôn)A place (“middle village” or “enclosure”) marking the northeast corner of the ideal land of Israel, adjacent to the border of Hauran (Ezek. 47:16). Hazar-enon (Ezek. 47:17) could be the same place.Pete F. Wilbanks
Eerdmans Bible Dictionary
Hazer-Hatticon
Hazer-Hatticon [hāˊzər hătˊə kŏn] (Heb. aṣēr hattîḵôn “middle village [or enclosure]”). A place at the northern limits of the ideal Israel, on the border of Hauran (Ezek. 47:16; KJV “Hazar-hatticon”). It may be the same as Hazar-enon in v. 17.
The New Unger’s Bible Dictionary
Hazer-Hatticon
HA´ZER-HAT´TICON (haʹzer-hatʹi-kon; “middle village”). Named in the prophecy of Ezekiel (47:16; “Hazar-hatticon,” KJV) as the ultimate boundary of the land. Its location has not been ascertained.
Easton’s Bible Dictionary
Hazar-Hatticon
Hazar-Hatticonvillage of the midway, a place near Hamath in the confines of Hauran (Ezek. 47:16), probably on the north brow of Hermon.
Nelson’s New Illustrated Bible Dictionary
Hazar Hatticon
HAZAR HATTICON [HAY zar HAT tih kon] (middle village) — a village at the northeast corner of the ideal boundary of Israel (Ezek. 47:16; Hazer-hatticon, NASB, NRSV, NIV; Hazar-enan, REB).
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.
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