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HEBREW: 329 tja 'atad
NAVE: Atad
EBD: Atad
SMITH: ATAD
ISBE: ATAD
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Atad

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Atad: NET AVS NIV NRSV NASB TEV
a man who had a threshing floor

a thorn

Hebrew

Strongs #0329: tja 'atad

1) bramble, thorn, buckthorn
2) the threshing Atad, meaning thorn, also called Abelmizraim
and afterwards called Bethhogla was located on the west of
Jordan between the Jordan and Jericho

329 'atad aw-tawd'

from an unused root probably meaning to pierce or make fast;
a thorn-tree (especially the buckthorn):-Atad, bramble,
thorn.

Atad [EBD]

buckthorn, a place where Joseph and his brethren, when on their way from Egypt to Hebron with the remains of their father Jacob, made for seven days a "great and very sore lamentation." On this account the Canaanites called it "Abel-mizraim" (Gen. 50:10, 11). It was probably near Hebron. The word is rendered "bramble" in Judg. 9:14, 15, and "thorns" in Ps. 58:9.

Atad [NAVE]

ATAD, the place where the sons of Jacob mourned for their father, Gen. 50:10, 11.

ATAD [SMITH]

(thorn), The threshing-floor of, called also Abel-mizraim, (Genesis 50:10,11) afterwards called Beth-hogla, and known to have lain between the Jordan and Jericho, therefore on the west side of Jordan.

ATAD [ISBE]

ATAD - a'-tad ('aTadh, "a thorn").

See ABEL-MIZRAIM.




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