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Saltwort
Salt-Wort
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Baker Encyclopedia of the Bible
Saltwort
Saltwort. Family of bushy shrubs of which numerous species can be found along the coasts of the Mediterranean Sea.See Plants (Mallow).
Tyndale Bible Dictionary
Saltwort
SALTWORT* Family of bushy shrubs, of which numerous species can be found along the coasts of the Mediterranean Sea. See Plants (Mallow).
Harper’s Bible Dictionary
Saltwort
Saltwortsaltwort, a plant of the genus Salsola. In biblical terminology it was formerly translated as ‘mallow’ (for instance, in Job 30:4). It represents poor food sought in desperation.
International Standard Bible Encyclopedia
SALT-WORT
SALT-WORT<solt’-wurt> ([מַלּוּחַ‎, malluach], a word connected with melach, “salt,” translated [ἅλιμος, halimos]; the King James Version, mallows): The halimos of the Greeks is the sea orache, Atriplex halimus, a silvery whitish shrub which flourishes upon the shores of the Dead Sea alongside the
The International Standard Bible Encyclopaedia, Volumes 1–5
Salt-Wort
SALT-WORT, sôlt′wûrt (מַלּוּחַ‎, mallūa, a word connected with melaḥ, “salt,” trd in LXX ἅλιμος, hálimos; AV mallows): The halimos of the Greeks is the sea orache, A triplex halimos, a silvery whitish shrub which flourishes upon the shores of the Dead Sea alongside the rutm (see Juniper). Its leaves
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