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Fence

Fence [EBD]

(Heb. gader), Num. 22:24 (R.V.). Fences were constructions of unmortared stones, to protect gardens, vineyards, sheepfolds, etc. From various causes they were apt to bulge out and fall (Ps. 62:3). In Ps. 80:12, R.V. (see Isa. 5:5), the psalmist says, "Why hast thou broken down her fences?" Serpents delight to lurk in the crevices of such fences (Eccl. 10:8; comp. Amos 5:19).

Fence [NAVE]

FENCE,
Song 4:12.
Made of stone walls, Num. 22:24; Psa. 62:3; Prov. 24:30, 31; Isa. 5:2; Mic. 7:11.
Hedge, Eccl. 10:8; Isa. 5:5; Nah. 3:17; Matt. 21:33; Prov. 15:19; Hos. 2:6.
Figurative
Ezek. 22:30.

FENCE [ISBE]

FENCE - fens (batsar, mibhtsar): Commonly used in the King James Version in the description of fortified places, as the translation of batsar, "to cut off," "to separate," "to fortify" (and forms) (Dt 3:5; 9:1; 28:52, etc.); mibhtsar, "fenced city," is a fortified place (Nu 32:17,36; Josh 10:20; 19:35, etc.); matsor, "fenced cities," means "bulwark," "citadel" (2 Ch 8:5); metsurah, "fortification" (2 Ch 11:23; 12:4; 14:6; 21:3); for "fenced" the American Standard Revised Version substitutes "fortified" in all these instances; in Dan 11:15, mibhtsar is "a well-fortified city," margin "the fortified cities," the English Revised Version "well-fenced"; "fence" is also the translation of gadher, "a wall" or "fence" (Job 19:8 the American Standard Revised Version, "walled up" (gadhar); Ps 62:3); `azaq, "to loosen" (the ground) as with a mattock (Isa 5:2, where the King James Version has "fenced" it (the vineyard), the American Standard Revised Version "digged it," the English Revised Version "made a trench about it," it" margin "digged it" sukh, "to interweave" or "interlace" (Job 10:11, the Revised Version (British and American) "clothed"); male', "to be or become full" (2 Sam 23:7, the Revised Version (British and American) "armed," margin "Hebrew filled").

ERV has "fence" for "wall" (Nu 22:24; Isa 5:5; Hos 2:6; the American Standard Revised Version retains "wall"), for "hedge" (Eccl 10:8; Ezek 13:5; 22:30; the American Standard Revised Version "wall"); "fenced" for "walled" (Nu 13:28; Dt 1:28; the American Standard Revised Version "fortified"); compare for "strong" Josh 19:29; Neh 9:25; Ps 108:10 (margin Josh 19:29, "the city of Mibzar-zor, that is, the fortress of Tyre," the English Revised Version ,"fenced"), for "hedged" (Lam 3:7, American Revised Version, "walled"); compare for "defenced," the English Revised Version "fenced," the American Standard Revised Version "fortified" (Isa 36:1; 37:26, etc.); "fences" for "hedges" (Ps 80:12, the American Standard Revised Version "walls"); in Jer 49:3, the English Revised Version and the American Standard Revised Version have "fences."

See also HEDGE.

W. L. Walker


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