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HEBREW: 1520 xyg Giyach
NAVE: Giah
SMITH: GIAH
ISBE: GIAH
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Giah

In Bible versions:

Giah: NET AVS NIV NRSV NASB TEV
a spring near Gibeon

to guide; draw out; produce; a groan or sigh
Google Maps: Giah (31° 52´, 35° 20´)

Hebrew

Strongs #01520: xyg Giyach

Giah = "to break forth"

1) a place near Gibeon in Benjamin

1520 Giyach ghee'-akh

from 1518; a fountain; Giach, a place in Palestine:-Giah.
see HEBREW for 01518

Giah [NAVE]

GIAH, a place on the way to the wilderness of Gibeon, 2 Sam. 2:24.

GIAH [SMITH]

(a waterfall), a place named only in (2 Samuel 2:24) to designate the position of the hill Ammah.

GIAH [ISBE]

GIAH - gi'-a (giach): An unidentified place on the route followed by Abner in his flight, pursued by Joab (2 Sam 2:24). Septuagint renders Gai, corresponding to the Hebrew ge, "valley." The form giach may be due to corruption of the text.




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