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Lane
Alley
Dictionaries
The Wycliffe Bible Encyclopedia
Lane
LANE. A narrow passage between buildings in a town. “Lane” is the translation of Gr. hrumē in Lk 14:21 in distinction from “street,” but this Gr. word is otherwise translated “street” (Mt 6:2; Acts 9:11; 12:10).
Nelson’s New Illustrated Bible Dictionary
Lane
LANE — a narrow or constricted passageway in a town or city, crowded by buildings on both sides (Luke 14:21; alleys, NIV, REB).
Holman Illustrated Bible Dictionary
Lane
LANE Narrow, constricted passageway. In English “lane” evokes the image of a rural path between hedges or fences. The Greek term is used for a city alley (Luke 14:21 KJV, NASB, NRSV; alley, NIV, REB, TEV; “streets and alleys” HCSB). Compare Acts 9:11; 12:10 where the same Greek term is used.
The New Interpreter’s Dictionary of the Bible, Volumes 1–5
LANE
LANE [ῥύμη rhymē]. A street or alley known to be narrow (Luke 14:21; Acts 12:10).