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Lakkum
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The Lexham Bible Dictionary
Lakkum
Lakkum (לַקּוּם‎, laqqum). A town on the border of the territory of the tribe of Naphtali (Josh 19:33).
The Anchor Yale Bible Dictionary
Lakkum (Place)
LAKKUM (PLACE) [Heb laqqûm (לַקּוּם)]. A town in the allotment of Naphtali (Josh 19:33). Lakkum appears in a list of border sites, and it is the last site mentioned in an apparent line along Wadi Fajjas toward the Jordan river. Most scholars identify Lakkum with Khirbet el-Mansurah (M.R. 202233), about
Baker Encyclopedia of the Bible
Lakkum, Lakum
Lakkum, Lakum. Fortified border town within the territory of Naphtali (Jos 19:33, kjv Lakum). Its site is identifiable with Khirbet el-Mansurah, about three miles southwest of Khirbet Kerak, at the head of Wadi Fejjas.
The International Standard Bible Encyclopedia, Revised
Lakkum
Lakkum lakʹəm [Heb. laqqûm]. A town on the border of Naphtali, the last mentioned before the Jordan (Josh. 19:33). It still existed in the time of Rabbi Yosi ben Ḥaninah (ca a.d. 100) and was known as Luqim (TP Megillah i.1). The site has been tentatively identified as Khirbet el-Manṣûrah, 17 km
Tyndale Bible Dictionary
Lakkum, Lakum
LAKKUM, LAKUM* Fortified border town within the territory of Naphtali (Jos 19:33). Its site is identifiable with Khirbet el-Mansurah, about three miles (4.8 kilometers) southwest of Khirbet Kerak, at the head of Wadi Fejjas.
The Wycliffe Bible Encyclopedia
Lakkum
LAKKUM. A border city in Naphtali (Josh 19:33), probably Khirbet el-Mansurah, near the outlet of the Sea of Galilee W of the Jordan.
Eerdmans Dictionary of the Bible
Lakkum
Lakkum (Heb. laqqûm)A border city in the tribal territory of Naphtali (Josh. 19:33). The site is generally identified as modern Khirbet el-Manṣûrah (202233), SW of the point where the Jordan River flows out of the Sea of Galilee.
Eerdmans Bible Dictionary
Lakkum
Lakkum [lăkˊəm] (Heb. laqqûm “obstacle”). A border city in the tribal territory of Naphtali (Josh. 19:33; KJV “Lakum”). The site is generally identified as modern Khirbet el-Manṣûrah, southwest of the point where the Jordan river flows out of the Sea of Galilee.
Smith’s Bible Dictionary
Lakum
La´kum (fortification), properly Lak´kum, one of the places which formed the landmarks of the boundary of Naphtali. Josh. 19:33.
The New Unger’s Bible Dictionary
Lakkum
LAK´KUM (lakʹum; “an obstruction,” cf. Arab. lakama, “to obstruct a roadway”). A place in the NE of Naphtali (Josh. 19:33; “Lakum,” KJV). Probably Khirbet el-Mansurah, W of the Jordan near where it flows out of the Sea of Galilee.
Nelson’s New Illustrated Bible Dictionary
Lakkum
LAKKUM [LAK uhm] — a border city in northeastern Naphtali near the Jordan River (Josh. 19:33; Lakum, KJV).
International Standard Bible Encyclopedia
LAKKUM
LAKKUM<lak’-um> (לַקּוּם‎ [laqqum]; the King James Version, Lakum): An unidentified town on the border of Naphtali, named with Adami, Nekeb and Jabneel, apparently nearer the Jordan (Joshua 19:33).