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Pas-Dammim
Dictionaries
The Lexham Bible Dictionary
Pas-Dammim
Pas-Dammim (פַּס דַּמִּים‎, pas dammim). Also known as Ephes-Dammim (1 Sam 17:1). A place between Socoh and Azekah where the Philistines were encamped during the battle in which David killed Goliath (1 Chr 11:13).
Ephes-Dammim
Ephes-Dammim (פַּס דַּמִּים‎, pas dammim). Also called Pas-Dammim (1 Chr 11:13). A place between Socoh and Azekah where the Philistines camped during the battle in which David killed Goliath (1 Sam 17:1).
The Anchor Yale Bible Dictionary
Pas-Dammim (Place)
PAS-DAMMIM (PLACE) [Heb pas dammim (פַּס דַּמִּם)]. The scene of one of David’s military victories over the Philistines (1 Chr 11:12–14). The name is a variant form of EPHES-DAMMIM.
Ephes-Dammim (Place)
EPHES-DAMMIM (PLACE) [Heb ʾepeś dammı̂m (אֶפֶשׂ דַּמִּים)]. Var. PAS-DAMMIM. The area in which the Philistines gathered before the battle during which David slew Goliath (1 Sam 17:1). This text places the area between Socoh (M.R. 147121) and Azekah (M.R. 144123) and near the Valley of Elah where the
Baker Encyclopedia of the Bible
Pas-dammim
Pas-dammim. Alternate form of Ephesdammim, a place in Judah’s tribe, in 1 Chronicles 11:13.See Ephes-dammim.
Ephes-dammim
Ephes-dammim. Location between Socoh and Azekah in Judah (1 Sm 17:1) where the Philistines encamped. It was called Pas-dammim in 1 Chronicles 11:13. The reference to blood (dammim) in the name probably has to do with the number of battles fought there, or it may refer to the red earth of the area. Traditionally
The International Standard Bible Encyclopedia, Revised
Pas-Dammim
Pas-Dammim pas-damʹəm [Heb. pas dammîm]. The site of one of David’s victories over the Philistines (1 Ch. 11:13). See Ephes-Dammim.
Ephes-Dammim
Ephes-Dammim ē-fes-damʹim [Heb. ʾep̱es dammîm]. A place in Judah (also called Pas-dammim in 1 Ch. 11:13) about 21 km (13 mi) SW of Jerusalem, where the Philistine armies drew their forces in preparation for battle with the Israelites (1 S. 17:1). It was here that David slew Goliath (17:50).The meaning
Tyndale Bible Dictionary
Pas-Dammim
PAS-DAMMIM Alternate form of Ephes-dammim, a place in Judah’s tribe, in 1 Chronicles 11:13. See Ephes-dammim.
Ephes-Dammim
EPHES-DAMMIM Location between Socoh and Azekah in Judah (1 Sm 17:1) where the Philistines encamped. It was called Pas-dammim in 1 Chronicles 11:13. The reference to blood (dammim) in the name probably has to do with the number of battles fought there, or it may refer to the red earth of the area. Traditionally
The Wycliffe Bible Encyclopedia
Pas-Dammim
PAS-DAMMIM. An abbreviated form of Ephes-dammim (q.v.); 1 Sam 17:1). A place in western Judah, literally, “boundary or edge of blood,” perhaps from the red color of the earth in the area (1 Chr 11:13).
Ephes-Dammim
EPHES-DAMMIM. The site of a Philistine encampment preparatory to the Philistine attack on the Israelites (1 Sam 17:1). It is located between Shochoh and Azekah. Goliath went forth from the camp to challenge Israel to send out one warrior to represent them. It has been suggested that the name (“border
Eerdmans Dictionary of the Bible
Pas-Dammim
Pas-Dammim (Heb. pas dammɩ̂m)A variant form of Ephes-dammim; a place where David’s forces defeated the Philistines (1 Chr. 11:13).Steven M. Ortiz
Ephes-Dammim
Ephes-Dammim (Heb. ʾep̱es dammɩ̂m) (also PAS-DAMMIM)The area in which the Philistine army camped as they prepared to battle Saul preceding the battle of David and Goliath, located between Socoh and Zekah (1 Sam. 17:1). Although some scholars identify it with modern Damun, ca. 6.5 km. (4 mi.) NE of Socoh,
Eerdmans Bible Dictionary
Pas-Dammim
Pas-Dammim [păs dămˊĭm] (Heb. pas dammîm). A place where David’s forces defeated the Philistines (1 Chr. 11:13). See Ephes-Dammim.
Ephes-Dammim
Ephes-Dammim [ēˊfĭz dămˊĭm] (Heb. ˒ep̱es dammîm). A place between Socoh and Azekah where the Philistines had assembled their armies while preparing for battle with the Hebrews (1 Sam. 17:1). Here David killed the Philistine Goliath (v. 50). Pas-dammim, mentioned at 1 Chr. 11:13, is probably
Smith’s Bible Dictionary
Ephes-dammim
E´phes-dam´mim (cessation of bloodshed), a place between Socoh and Arekah, at which the Philistines were encamped before the affray in which Goliath was killed. 1 Sam. 17:1. Under the shorter form of Pas-dammim it occurs once again in a similar connection. 1 Chron. 11:13.
The New Unger’s Bible Dictionary
Ephes-Dammim
E´PHES-DAM´MIM (eʹfes-damʹim; “boundary of blood,” 1 Sam. 17:1). Called Pasdammim (1 Chron. 11:13). The bloody contests between Israel and the Philistines gave it its name. It is modern Beit Fased (“house of bleeding”).
Pasdammim
PASDAM´MIM (pas-damʹim). A place mentioned (2 Sam. 23:9 [NIV; see marg.]; 1 Chron. 11:13; Ephes-dammim, 1 Sam. 17:1) as the scene of a fierce conflict with the Philistines. It was between Socoh and Azekah. See Ephes-dammim.
Easton’s Bible Dictionary
Pas-dammim
Pas-dammimthe border of blood = Ephes-dammim (q.v.), between Shochoh and Azekah (1 Sam. 17:1; 1 Chr. 11:13).
Ephes-Dammim
Ephes-Dammimboundary of blood, a place in the tribe of Judah where the Philistines encamped when David fought with Goliath (1 Sam. 17:1). It was probably so called as having been the scene of frequent sanguinary conflicts between Israel and the Philistines. It is called Pas-dammim (1 Chr. 11:13). It
Nelson’s New Illustrated Bible Dictionary
Ephes Dammim
EPHES DAMMIM [EE fez DAM im] (end of blood) — a place in Judah between Socoh and Azekah where the Philistines camped at the time when David killed Goliath (1 Sam. 17:1; Pas Dammim, 1 Chr. 11:13).
Pasdammim
PASDAMMIM [pass DAM mim] (boundary of blood) — a place in the territory of Judah, scene of a victory of David over the Philistines (1 Chr. 11:13).
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