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Homeborn
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The International Standard Bible Encyclopedia, Revised
Homeborn
Homeborn[Heb ʾezrāḥ]. A native-born Hebrew, as contrasted with a foreigner of different blood (Josh. 8:33, AV “he that was born among them”; NEB “native”), The same Hebrew word is found in Lev. 16:29; 18:26; and elsewhere, but is translated differently. “Homeborn servant” in Jer. 2:14 translates Heb.
International Standard Bible Encyclopedia
HOME-BORN
HOME-BORN<hom’-born> ([אֶזְרָח‎, ’ezrach]): A native-born Hebrew, as contrasted with a foreigner of different blood. The same Hebrew word is found in Lev 16:29; 18:26 and elsewhere, but is translated differently. Home-born in Jer 2:14 is a translation of the phrase [יְלִיד בַּיִת‎, yelidh bayith],
The International Standard Bible Encyclopaedia, Volumes 1–5
Home-Born
HOME-BORN, hōmʹbôrn (אֶזְרָח‎, ’ezrāḥ): A native-born Heb, as contrasted with a foreigner of different blood. The same Heb word is found in Lev 16:29; 18:26 and elsewhere, but is trd differently. Home-born in Jer 2:14 is a tr of the phrase יְלִיד בַּיִת‎, yelīdh bayith, where it means a person free-born