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The highest of three lakes on the Jordan River, located above the Sea of Galilee and close to the streams making up the sources of the Jordan.
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Eerdmans Dictionary of the Bible
Huleh, LakeThe northernmost and smallest of the three lakes along the course of the Jordan River. It is not mentioned in the Bible. In Arabic it is called Baheiret el-Huleh; Josephus calls it Lake Semechonitis (Semechonitidos limnas; Ant. 5.5.1; BJ 3.10.7; 4.1.1). Huleh was a body of fresh water, the
Eerdmans Bible Dictionary
HULEH [hōōˊlə], LAKE.† The northernmost and smallest of the three lakes along the course of the Jordan river, situated some 16 km. (10 mi.) north of the Sea of Galilee. Known in Arabic as Baḥret el-Ḥûleh or Baḥret el-Kheit, it is merely 2 m. (6.5 ft.) above sea level and measures 6 km.