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HEBREW: 303 blxa 'Achlab
NAVE: Ahlab
EBD: Ahlab
SMITH: AHLAB
ISBE: AHLAB
Ahishahur | Ahishar | Ahithophel | Ahitob | Ahitub | Ahlab | Ahlai | Ahoah | Ahohi | Aholah | Aholah And Aholibah

Ahlab

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Ahlab: NET AVS NIV NRSV NASB TEV
a Canaanite town in Asher

made of milk, or of fat; brother of the heart
Google Maps: Ahlab (33° 1´, 35° 26´)

Hebrew

Strongs #0303: blxa 'Achlab

Ahlab = "fertile place"

1) a town allotted to Asher, site presently unknown

303 'Achlab akh-lawb'

from the same root as 2459; fatness (i.e. fertile); Achlab, a
place in Palestine:-Ahlab.
see HEBREW for 02459

Ahlab [EBD]

fatness, a town of Asher lying within the unconquered Phoenician border (Judg. 1:31), north-west of the Sea of Galilee; commonly identified with Giscala, now el-Jish.

Ahlab [NAVE]

AHLAB, a city of Asher, the original inhabitants of which were not expelled, Judg. 1:31.

AHLAB [SMITH]

(fertile), a city of Asher from which the Canaanites were not driven out. (Judges 1:31)

AHLAB [ISBE]

AHLAB - a'-lab ('achlabh, "fat or fruitful"): A town of Asher. It is clear, however, that the Israelites failed to drive away the original inhabitants (Jdg 1:31). Some have identified Ahlab with Gush Halab or Geschila, Northwest of the Sea of Galilee.




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