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HEBREW: 823 hnva 'Ashnah
NAVE: Ashnah
SMITH: ASHNAH
ISBE: ASHNAH
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Ashnah

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Ashnah: NET AVS NIV NRSV NASB TEV
a town in the western foothills of Judah

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Google Maps: Ashnah (31° 48´, 34° 56´)

Hebrew

Strongs #0823: hnva 'Ashnah

Ashnah = "I will cause change"

1) a town near Dan
2) a town in Judah

823 'Ashnah ash-naw'

probably a variation for 3466; Ashnah, the name of two places
in Palestine:-Ashnah.
see HEBREW for 03466

Ashnah [NAVE]

ASHNAH, name of two towns in Judah, Josh. 15:33, 43.

ASHNAH [SMITH]

the name of two cities, both in the lowlands of Judah: (1) named between Zoreah and Zanoah, and therefore probably northwest of Jerusalem, (Joshua 15:33) and (2) between Jiptah and Nezib, and therefore to the southwest of Jerusalem. (Joshua 15:43) Each, according, to Robinson?s map (1857), would be about 16 miles from Jerusalem.

ASHNAH [ISBE]

ASHNAH - ash'-na ('ashnah): Two sites, (1) Josh 15:33, a site in the lowlands of Judah, probably near Estaol and Zorah. The small ruin Aslin between those two places may retain an echo of the old name; (2) Josh 15:43 an unknown site farther south.




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