The Lexham Bible Dictionary
Hor-Haggidgad (חֹר הַגִּדְגָּד‎, chor haggidgad). A place where the Israelites camped during their wilderness journey (Num 33:32–33).
The Anchor Yale Bible Dictionary
Hor-Haggidgad (Place)
HOR-HAGGIDGAD (PLACE) [Heb hor-haggidgād (הָר־הַגִּדְגָּד)]. The seventeenth encampment of the Israelites, after leaving the wilderness of Sinai, as listed in Num 33:32–33, where it is placed between Bene-jaakan and Jotbathah. The meaning of the site’s name is “Hollow of Gidgad,” but LXX and the Vg
Baker Encyclopedia of the Bible
Hor-haggidgad, Hor-hagidgad
Hor-haggidgad, Hor-hagidgad. Camping place of the Israelites during their wilderness wanderings (Nm 33:32, 33; kjv Hor-hagidgad). It may be the Gudgodah of Deuteronomy 10:7, and has been identified with Wadi Ghadaghed.See Wilderness Wanderings.
The International Standard Bible Encyclopedia, Revised
Hor-Haggidgad hôr hə-gidʹgad [Heb. ḥōr haggiḏgāḏ]. A place of encampment in the wilderness journeyings, listed between Bene-jaakan and Jotbatah (Nu. 33:32f.). In a parallel account in Dt. 10:6f, the campsite is called Gudgodah, and is listed between Moserah and Jotbatah. In the account in Numbers,
Tyndale Bible Dictionary
HOR-HAGGIDGAD Camping place of the Israelites during their wilderness wanderings (Nm 33:32–33). It may be the Gudgodah of Deuteronomy 10:7, and has been identified with Wadi Ghadaghed.See also Wilderness Wanderings.
The Wycliffe Bible Encyclopedia
HOR-HAGIDGAD. A campground during the Israelites’ 38 years of wandering through the wilderness after their defeat at Hormah (Num 33:32–33). It is called Gudgodah (q.v.) in Deut 10:7. Its location is in the southern Negeb or the Sinai peninsula, but the exact site is unknown.
Eerdmans Dictionary of the Bible
Hor-Haggidgad (Heb. ḥōr-haggiḏgāḏ)A place where the Israelites encamped after leaving the Wilderness of Sinai, their 17th encampment (Num. 33:32–33). Deut. 10:7 lists this site as Gudgodah (a form of Gidgad). The LXX reads Gadgad in both accounts; however, the Greek means “mountain of Gadgad” in
Eerdmans Bible Dictionary
Hor-Haggidgad [hôrˊhə gĭdˊgăd] (Heb. ḥōr haggiḏgāḏ “hole of Gadgad”).† A place where the Israelites encamped during the wilderness wanderings (Num. 33:32–33). At Deut. 10:7 it is called Gudgodah; the LXX reads Gk. Gadgad in both passages. The location of the site remains uncertain; attempts
Smith’s Bible Dictionary
Hor-hagid´gad (conspicuous mountain), the name of the desert station where the Israelites encamped, Num. 33:32; probably the same as Gudgodah. Deut. 10:7.
The New Unger’s Bible Dictionary
HOR-HAGGID´GAD (horʹ-ha-gidʹgad). The thirty-third station of Israel in the desert (Num. 33:32–33), probably the same as their forty-first station, Gudgodah (which see; Deut. 10:7).
Nelson’s New Illustrated Bible Dictionary
Hor Hagidgad
HOR HAGIDGAD [HOHR huh GID gad] (the cavern of Gidgad) — a desert place where the Israelites camped (Num. 33:32–33).
International Standard Bible Encyclopedia
HOR-HAGGIDGAD<hor-ha-gid’-gad> ([חֹר הַגִּדְגָּד‎, chor ha-gidhgadh]): A desert camp of the Israelites between Beeroth Bene-jaakan and Jotbathah (Nu 33:32 f). In Dt 10:7 it is called Gudgodah.See WANDERINGS OF ISRAEL