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Zalmunna
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The Lexham Bible Dictionary
Zalmunna
Zalmunna (צַלְמֻנָּע‎, tsalmunna'). One of two Midianite kings killed by Gideon (Judg 8:5–7, 10, 12, 15, 18, 21; Psa 83:11).
The Anchor Yale Bible Dictionary
Zalmunna (Person)
ZALMUNNA (PERSON) [Heb ṣalmunnāʿ (צַלְמֻנָּע)]. One of the two “kings of Midian” captured and killed during Gideon’s war against the Midianites. See ZEBAH AND ZALMUNNA.
Zebah and Zalmunna (Persons)
ZEBAH AND ZALMUNNA (PERSONS) [Heb zebaḥ wĕṣalmunnāʿ (זֶבַח וְצַלְמֻנָּע)]. The two “kings of Midian” who were captured and executed because they had killed Gideon’s (half-?) brothers at Tabor (Judg 8:5ff.; Ps 83:12 [—Eng 83:11]; Knauf 1988: 91). The name Zebah means “sacrifice” (cf. Old S Arabic
Baker Encyclopedia of the Bible
Zebah and Zalmunna
Zebah and Zalmunna. Two Midianite kings who slaughtered Gideon’s brothers at Tabor (Jgs 8:18, 19) and whom Gideon subsequently killed in order to avenge his brothers’ deaths (v 21).During Gideon’s day, Midianite camel raiders annually made forays into Israelite territory at harvest time, stealing crops
Tyndale Bible Dictionary
Zebah and Zalmunna
ZEBAH AND ZALMUNNA Two Midianite kings who slaughtered Gideon’s brothers at Tabor. Gideon subsequently killed them in order to avenge his brothers’ deaths (Jgs 8:18–21).During Gideon’s day, Midianite camel raiders annually made forays into Israelite territory at harvesttime, stealing crops and livestock
The HarperCollins Bible Dictionary (Revised and Updated)
Zalmunna
Zalmunna (zal-muhn´uh), a Midianite king who, along with Zebah, was pursued and killed by Gideon (Judg. 8:4–21; Ps. 83:11). See also Gideon; Zebah.
The Wycliffe Bible Encyclopedia
Zalmunna
ZALMUNNA. One of the two kings of Midian who was pursued, captured and slain by Gideon in his great victory (Jdg 8). This striking victory was long remembered in Israel (cf. Ps 83:11; Isa 9:4; 10:26). See Zebah.
Eerdmans Dictionary of the Bible
Zalmunna
Zalmunna (Heb. ṣalmunnāʿ)One of a pair of Midianite kings whom Gideon captured and slew because they had murdered his brothers (Judg. 8:4–21; Ps. 83:11 [MT 12]).
Eerdmans Bible Dictionary
Zalmunna
Zalmunna [zăl mŭnˊə] (Heb. ṣalmunnā˓ “without shadow [or “protection”) [?]”). One of a pair of Midianite kings whom Gideon captured and slew because they had murdered his brothers (Judg. 8:4–21; Ps. 83:11 [MT 12]).
Catholic Bible Dictionary
Zalmunna
ZALMUNNA One of the kings of Midian, with Zebah, who was killed during Gideon’s war against the Midianites (Judg 8:5–12).
Zebah
ZEBAH One of the two kings of Midian, with Zalmunna, who was defeated and killed by Gideon in revenge for the death of his brother (Judg 8:5; Ps 83:11).
The New Unger’s Bible Dictionary
Zalmunna
ZALMUN´NA (zal̀-mūʹna; probably “shade denied,” i.e., “deprived of protection”). One of the two kings of Midian who were captured and killed by Gideon (Judg. 8:5–21; Ps. 83:11), about 1100 b.c. See Zebah.
Easton’s Bible Dictionary
Zalmunna
Zalmunnaone of the two kings of Midian whom the “Lord delivered” into the hands of Gideon. He was slain afterwards with Zebah (Judg. 8:5–21). (See ZEBAH.)
Harper’s Bible Dictionary
Zalmunna
ZalmunnaZalmunna (zal-moŏnʹnuh), a Midianite king who, along with Zebah, was pursued and killed by Gideon (Judg. 8:4–21; Ps. 83:11). See also Gideon; Zebah.
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