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HEBREW: 5570 hano C@na'ah
NAVE: Hassenaah Senaah
EBD: Senaah
SMITH: HASSENAAH SENAAH
ISBE: HASSENAAH SENAAH
Hashum | Hashupha | Hasidaeans | Hasmoneans | Hasrah | Hassenaah | Hassenuah | Hasshub | Hassophereth | Haste | Hasupha

Hassenaah

In Bible versions:

Hassenaah: NET AVS NIV NRSV NASB TEV
Senaah: NET AVS NIV NRSV NASB TEV
father of the men who rebuilt the fish gate of Jerusalem
a town in Judah whose precise location is unknown

bramble; enemy ( --> same as Seneh)

Hebrew

Strongs #05570: hano C@na'ah

Senaah or Hassenaah [with the article] = "thorny"

1) ancestor of a family who returned from exile with Zerubbabel

5570 Cna'ah sen-aw-aw'

from an unused root meaning to prick; thorny; Senaah, a place
in Palestine:-Senaah, Hassenaah (with the article).

Senaah [EBD]

thorny, a place many of the inhabitants of which returned from Babylon with Zerubbabel (Ezra 2:35; Neh. 7:38).

Hassenaah [NAVE]

HASSENAAH
Neh. 3:3

Senaah [NAVE]

SENAAH, a city of unknown location, Ezra 2:35; Neh. 7:38.

HASSENAAH [SMITH]

The Bene-Hassenaah rebuilt the fish-gate in the repair of the wall of Jerusalem. (Nehemiah 3:3) (B.C. 446.)

SENAAH [SMITH]

(thorny). The "children (i.e. the inhabitants) of Senaah" are enumerated among the "people of Israel" who returned from the captivity with Zerubbabel. (Ezra 2:35; Nehemiah 7:38) (B.C. 536.) The Magdal Senna of Eusebius and Jerome denotes a town seven miles north of Jericho ("Senna").

HASSENAAH [ISBE]

HASSENAAH - has-e-na'-a (haccena'ah): In Neh 3:3 the "sons of Hassenaah" are mentioned among the builders of the wall. Probably the same as Senaah (Ezr 2:35; Neh 7:38) with the definite article, i.e. has-Senaah. The latter, from the connection, would appear to be a place-name.

See also HASSENUAH.

SENAAH [ISBE]

SENAAH - se-na'-a, sen'-a-a (cena'ah; Codex Vaticanus Sanana; Sananat; Codex Alexandrinus Sanana, Sennaa, Hasan): The children of Senaah are mentioned as having formed part of the company returning from the captivity with Zerubbabel (Ezr 2:35; Neh 7:38). The numbers vary as given by Ezr (3,630) and Neh (3,930), while 1 Esdras 5:23 puts them at 3,330. In the last place the name is Sanaas, the King James Version "Annaas" (Codex Vaticanus Sama; Codex Alexandrinus Sanaas). In Neh 3:3 the name occurs with the definite article, ha-senaah. The people may be identical with the Benjamite clan Hassenuah (1 Ch 9:7). Eusebius, in Onomasticon, speaks of Magdalsenna a village about 7 miles North of Jericho, which may be the place intended; but the site is not known.

W. Ewing




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