SEBA (PERSON) [Heb sĕbāʾ (סְבָא)]. SABEANS. The firstborn son of Cush (Gen 10:7; 1 Chr 1:9) and hence the name of a people or region located either in Ethiopia or in South Arabia. According to Ps 72:10 the kings of Sheba in Arabia (Arabōn) and of Seba came with presents, which is an indication of
SEBA. (seba) The Heb. spelling is seba’ (cf. Sheba 4).1. The first-named descendants of Cush, son of Ham, who settled in S Arabia before the time of Moses (Gen 10:7; 1 Chr 1:9).2. The name of a land, the Sudan or northern part of Ethiopia, including Meroë (Ps 72:10; Isa 43:3). The inhabitants (known
SEBA. 1. Son of Cush, classed under Ham (Gn. 10:7; 1 Ch. 1:9). 2. Land and people in S Arabia, apparently closely related to the land and people of *Sheba; in fact seḇā’ (Seba) and šeḇā’ (Sheba) are commonly held to be simply the Old Arab. and Heb. forms of the one name of a people, i.e. the well-known
Seba (Heb. sĕḇāʾ)A son of Cush (i.e., Ethiopia); eponymous ancestor of a land in Africa or south Arabia (Gen. 10:7; 1 Chr. 1:9; Ps. 72:10; Isa. 43:3). Seba may have been the home of the Sabeans (Isa. 45:14) or perhaps a colony of Arabian Sheba (2).
Se´ba (pl. Sebaim; in Authorized Version incorrectly rendered Sabeans) heads the list of the sons of Cush. Besides the mention of Seba in the lists of the sons of Cush, Gen. 10:7; 1 Chron. 1:9, there are but three notices of the nation—Ps. 72:10; Isa. 43:3; 45:14. These passages seem to show that Seba
Seba—(1.) One of the sons of Cush (Gen. 10:7).(2.) The name of a country and nation (Isa. 43:3; 45:14) mentioned along with Egypt and Ethiopia, and therefore probably in north-eastern Africa. The ancient name of Meroe. The kings of Sheba and Seba are mentioned together in Ps. 72:10.
SEBA [SEE buh] — the name of a man and a place in the Old Testament:1. The oldest son of Cush (Gen. 10:7). Seba was a grandson of Ham and a great-grandson of Noah.2. A country, probably in northeastern Africa, since it is mentioned along with Egypt and Ethiopia (Is. 43:3). Some scholars believe Seba