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Hubs
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The International Standard Bible Encyclopedia, Revised
Hubs
Hubs[Heb ḥiššurîm] (1 K. 7:33); AV SPOKES. The term appears in a description of the ten bronze stands constructed for Solomon by Hiram from Tyre. KoB (p. 342) supports the RSV rendering. If, as it seems, the NEB rearranges the parts of the wheel in a progression outward from the axle, that version
The New Unger’s Bible Dictionary
Hub
HUB (Heb. ḥishshûr). The central part of the wheel, where the spokes unite. In the KJV of 1 Kings 7:33 the Heb. term is incorrectly translated “spoke.” Cf. Nave; Spoke; Rims.
Nelson’s New Illustrated Bible Dictionary
Hub
HUB — the center portion of a wheel to which the spokes are attached (1 Kin. 7:33).
Holman Illustrated Bible Dictionary
Hub
HUB Central portion of a wheel to which spokes are attached (1 Kings 7:33).
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