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Iye-abarim
Excerpt from the Lexham Bible Dictionary, the most advanced Bible dictionary.
The Hebrew “ruins of Abarim,” the 47th station of the Israelites’ wilderness journey. Located in the territory of Moab (Num 21:11–12; 33:44). Iye-Abarim is called Iyim in Num 33:45. Several sites between Oboth and Wadi Zered, south of the Dead Sea, are possibilities for Iye-Abarim, but the location remains uncertain.
Dictionaries
The Lexham Bible Dictionary
Iye-Abarim
Iye-Abarim (עִיֵּי הַעֲבָרִים‎, iyyey ha'avarim). The Hebrew “ruins of Abarim,” the 47th station of the Israelites’ wilderness journey. Located in the territory of Moab (Num 21:11–12; 33:44). Iye-Abarim is called Iyim in Num 33:45. Several sites between Oboth and Wadi Zered, south of the Dead Sea, are
The Anchor Yale Bible Dictionary
Iye-Abarim (Place)
IYE-ABARIM (PLACE) [Heb ʿı̂yê (עִיֵּי‎) hāʿăbārı̂m (הָעֲבָרִים)]. Var. IYIM. Hebrew for “ruins of Abarim,” a place visited by the Israelites in their passage from the wilderness to the plains of Moab. Although no site has been linked to Iye-abarim with certainty, Num 21:11–12 points to a location
Baker Encyclopedia of the Bible
Iye-abarim, Iyim
Iye-abarim, Iyim. Israelite camping place on the southeast border of Moab during the wilderness wanderings (Nm 33:44; kjv Ijeabarim). Its exact site is unknown. In verse 45 the town is called Iyim (kjv Iim), which is a shortened form of Iye-abarim.See Wilderness Wanderings.
Ije-abarim
Ije-abarim. kjv spelling of Iye-abarim, one of Israel’s stopping places in the wilderness, in Numbers 21:11 and 33:44.See Iye-abarim, Iyim.
The International Standard Bible Encyclopedia, Revised
Iye-abarim
Iye-abarim ī-yə-abʹ-ə-rim [Heb. ʿîyê hāʿaḇārîm—‘mounds of the Abarim’]; AV IJE-ABARIM. A place occupied by the Israelites in their wanderings, located somewhere between Oboth and the Wâdī Zered (Nu. 21:11f) on the border of Moab (Nu. 33:44). A site on the southeastern edge of Moab seems to
Iyim
Iyim īʹyim [Heb. ʿîyîm—‘heaps, mounds’ (Nu. 33:45)]; AV IIM. A short form of Iye-abarim.
Tyndale Bible Dictionary
Iye-Abarim, Iyim
IYE-ABARIM, IYIM* Israelite camping place on the southeast border of Moab during the wilderness wanderings (Nm 33:44). In verse 45 the town is called Iyim, which is a shortened form of Iye-abarim.
Ije-Abarim
IJE-ABARIM* kjv spelling of Iye-abarim, one of Israel’s stopping places in the wilderness, in Numbers 21:11 and 33:44. See Iye-abarim, Iyim.
The Wycliffe Bible Encyclopedia
Ije-Abarim
IJE-ABARIM. An encampment of the Israelites, said to be near Moab, during their journey from Egypt to the Promised Land (Num 33:44); also called Iim (Num 33:45).
The New Bible Dictionary, Third Edition
Iye-Abarim
IYE-ABARIM, a stopping-place on the Exodus journey on the borders of Moab (Nu. 21:11; 33:44–45). Iye-abarim (Heb. ‘iyyê hā‘aḇārîm, ruins of Abarim, or of the regions beyond) is abbreviated in Nu. 33:45 av to Iim. Abel identifies it with the ancient site of Maḥaiy to the SE of Moab, Glueck places
Eerdmans Dictionary of the Bible
Iye-Abarim
Iye-Abarim (Heb. ʿɩ̂yê hāʿăḇārɩ̂m) (also IYIM)A place in the desert (“ruins of Abarim”), E of Moab (Num. 21:11; 33:44), where the Israelites camped during the wilderness wanderings. At Num. 33:45 it is called Iyim. It is probably in the vicinity of Muhai, SE of the Dead Sea near the brook Zered.
Eerdmans Bible Dictionary
Iye-Abarim
Iye-Abarim [īˊyə ābˊə rĭm] (Heb. ˓îyê hā˓aḇārîm “ruins of Abarim”). A place in the desert, east of Moab (Num. 21:11; 33:44; KJV “Ije-abarim”), where the Israelites camped during the wilderness wanderings. At 33:45 it is called Iyim. It is probably in the vicinity of Mahaiy, southeast of
Iyim
Iyim [īˊyĭm] (Heb. ˓îyîm “mounds”).* A contracted form of Iye-abarim (Num. 33:45; KJV “Iim”).
Catholic Bible Dictionary
Iye Abarim
IYE ABARIM (Hebrew, “ruins of Abarim”) The location of an Israelite encampment during their Exodus journey through the wilderness (Num 21:11–12), it was situated south of Moab (cf. Num 33:44–45).
Smith’s Bible Dictionary
Ije-abarim
I´je-ab´arim (ruins of Abarim), one of the later halting-places of the children of Israel. Num. 21:11; 33:44. It was on the boundary—the southeast boundary—of the territory of Moab; in the waste uncultivated “wilderness” on its skirts. ch. 21:11.
The New Unger’s Bible Dictionary
Iye-Abarim
I´YE-ABARIM (īʹye-abʹa-rim; “ruins of Abarim”). The forty-seventh station of the Israelites in the wilderness, “at the border of Moab” (Num. 33:44; “Ije-abarim,” KJV) or “opposite Moab, to the east” (21:11; “toward the sunrising,” KJV).
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