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Iyim
Ijim
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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.
The International Standard Bible Encyclopedia, Revised
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.
Eerdmans Bible Dictionary
Iyim
Iyim [īˊyĭm] (Heb. ˓îyîm “mounds”).* A contracted form of Iye-abarim (Num. 33:45; KJV “Iim”).
Nelson’s New Illustrated Bible Dictionary
Ijim
IJIM [EYE yem] (heaps, ruins) — the name of an encampment and a city in the Old Testament:1. An encampment of the Israelites during their wilderness wandering, after the Exodus from Egypt (Num. 33:45; Iim, KJV; Iyim, NASB, REB, NIV, NRSV).2. A city in southern Judah (Josh. 15:29; Iim, KJV, NRSV, NASB,
International Standard Bible Encyclopedia
IYIM
IYIM<i’-yim> ([עִיִּים‎, iyim], “heaps” — the form of which, [עִיֵּי‎, ̀iye], is the construct):(1) A short form of the name Iye-abarim (Nu 33:45).(2) A town in the territory of Judah (Josh 15:29; English Versions of the Bible wrongly “Iim”). It lay in the extreme South, “toward the border of
Holman Illustrated Bible Dictionary
Iyim
IYIM (Īʹ yĭm) Modern translations spelling of Iim (Num. 33:45), a shortened form of Iye-abarim. See Iye-abarim.
The Zondervan Encyclopedia of the Bible, Volume 3, H–L
Iyim
Iyim i’yim (עִיִּיםH6517, “ruins, stone heaps”). KJV and TNIV Iim. A shortened form of Iye-Abarim (Num. 33:45). This place is not to be confused with Iim (Josh. 15:29), even though the form is identical in Hebrew.
The International Standard Bible Encyclopaedia, Volumes 1–5
Iyim
IYIM, īʹyim (עִיִּים‎, ‛īyīm, “heaps”—the form of which, עִיֵּי‎, ‛īyē, is the constr.):(1) A short form of the name Iye-abarim (Nu 33:45).(2) A town in the territory of Judah (Josh 15:29; EV wrongly “Iim”). It lay in the extreme S., “toward the border of Edom.” It is not identified.
The New Interpreter’s Dictionary of the Bible, Volumes 1–5
IYIM
IYIM i´yim [עִיִּיםʿiyim]. An Israelite encampment (Num 33:45) conceivably close to Moab’s southeastern border and the King’s Highway. See IIM; IYE-ABARIM.
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