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Jashubi-Lehem (Place)
Jashubi Lehem
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Baker Encyclopedia of the Bible
Jashubi-lehem
Jashubi-lehem. kjv translation of a Hebrew phrase (in 1 Chr 4:22) probably meaning “returned to Lehem,” as in rsv.See Lehem.
The International Standard Bible Encyclopedia, Revised
Jashubi-Lehem
Jashubi-Lehem jə-shoo̅ʹbī-lēʹhem [Heb. yāšuḇî-leḥem]. A name in 1 Ch. 4:22 read as such by AV, but changed in the RSV to “and returned to Lehem,” based upon a slight difference in the pointing of the first word. The NEB, following some commentators, inserted bêṯ between the two words and rendered
The Wycliffe Bible Encyclopedia
Jashubi-Lehem
JASHUBI-LEHEM. A member of the family of Shelah and of the tribe of Judah (1 Chr 4:22). The RSV rendering is “returned to Lehem.”
Eerdmans Dictionary of the Bible
Jashubi-Lehem
Jashubi-Lehem (Heb. yāšuḇɩ̂ leḥem)Traditionally interpreted as a place name mentioned in relation to the sons of Shelah (1 Chr. 4:22). The text is probably to be emended to read “but returned to Lehem” (cf. Vulg., LXX, Tg.).Christian M. M. Brady
Eerdmans Bible Dictionary
Jashubi-Lehem
Jashubi-Lehem [jə shōōˊbī lēˊhĕm] (Heb. yāšuḇîleḥem).† According to the KJV, a descendant of Shelah the Judahite (1 Chr. 4:22). The NIV and NJV read Jashubi Lehem as a place name; the RSV does similarly, translating “and returned to Lehem” (cf. JB, “Bethlehem”). The NJV links
Smith’s Bible Dictionary
Jashubi-lehem
Jash´ubi-le´hem (turner back for food), a person or a place named among the descendants of Shelah, the son of Judah by Bath-shua the Canaanitess. 1 Chron. 4:22.
The New Unger’s Bible Dictionary
Jashubi-Lehem
JASHU´BI-LE´HEM (ja-shuʹbi-leʹhem; “returner of bread”). Either a person or a place named among the descendants of Shelah, the son of Judah (1 Chron. 4:22). It is probably a place, and we should infer that it lay on the western side of the tribe, in or near the Shefelah.
Nelson’s New Illustrated Bible Dictionary
Jashubi-Lehem
JASHUBI-LEHEM [juh SHOO bigh LEE hem] — a descendant of Judah, of the family of Shelah (1 Chr. 4:22).
International Standard Bible Encyclopedia
JASHUBI-LEHEM
JASHUBI-LEHEM<ja-shoo-bi-le’-hem> ([לֶחֶם יָשֻׁבִי‎, yashubhi-lechem]): A name in 1 Ch 4:22 where commentators insert [בֵּית‎, beth], between the two words and translate “(and) returned to Bethlehem.”
Holman Illustrated Bible Dictionary
Jashubi-Lehem
JASHUBI-LEHEM (Jȧ shū bī-lēʹ hĕm) Personal name meaning “Jashubites of bread” or “she returns for bread.” Member of tribe of Judah (1 Chron. 4:22 NASB, KJV, NIV). Hebrew text has two words which modern interpreters read in different ways: but returned to Lehem (NRSV); then settled in Bethlehem (TEV).
The Zondervan Encyclopedia of the Bible, Volume 3, H–L
Jashubi Lehem
Jashubi Lehem juh-shoo’buh-lee’hem (יָשֻׁבִי לֶחֶםH3788). KJV Jashubi-lehem. An otherwise unknown place ruled by descendants of Judah (1 Chr. 4:22 NIV; the KJV interprets it as the name of a person). The Hebrew text is difficult, however, and the NRSV translates, “who married [Heb. bāʿălû] into Moab
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