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The Anchor Yale Bible Dictionary
LAPPIDOTH (PERSON) [Heb lappı̂dôt (לַפִּידֹות)]. Husband of Deborah the prophetess, living in the tribal hill country of Ephraim, between Ramah and Bethel (Judg 4:4). The derivation of his name is uncertain, but it probably is a feminine abstract form [Heb -ôt] of lappîd, meaning “torch” or “lightning” (HALAT,
Baker Encyclopedia of the Bible
The International Standard Bible Encyclopedia, Revised
Lappidoth lapʹə-doth [Heb. lappîḏôṯ—‘flames, torches’]; AV LAPIDOTH. The husband of Deborah (Jgs. 4:4). The name occurs only here, and since no father’s name is given, the passage has been interpreted in different ways. Some scholars have preferred to translate the phrase ʾēšeṯ lappîḏôṯ not
The HarperCollins Bible Dictionary (Revised and Updated)
Lappidoth (lap´i-doth; Heb., “torches” or “lightning”), the husband of the prophetess Deborah (Judg. 4:4). He is mentioned only once in the narrative. Interpreters have noted that the meaning of the name is essentially the same as that of Barak (Heb., “lightning”), who serves as the commander of Deborah’s
The Wycliffe Bible Encyclopedia
The New Bible Dictionary, Third Edition
LAPPIDOTH (Heb. lappîḏôṯ, ‘torches’). The husband of Deborah (Jdg. 4:4). Some Jewish commentators, taking it as a description of Deborah, would render the Hebrew as ‘a woman of lightning flashes’, but there is little evidence to support this view; other Jewish commentators (with equal lack of evidence)
Eerdmans Dictionary of the Bible
Eerdmans Bible Dictionary