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HEBREW: 5863 Myrbeh yye `Iyey ha-`Abariym
NAVE: Iye Abarim
ISBE: IYE-ABARIM
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Iye Abarim

In Bible versions:

Iye Abarim: NET
Iye-abarim: NET NRSV NASB
Iye-Abarim: AVS TEV
Iye: NIV
Iyeabarim: NASB
a place where the Israelites made an encampment during the Exodus
Google Maps: Iye-abarim (31° 29´, 35° 46´)

Hebrew

Strongs #05863: Myrbeh yye `Iyey ha-`Abariym

Ije-abarim = "ruins of Abarim"

1) a station of Israel in the wilderness on the southeast side of Moab
2) a town in Judah

5863 `Iyey ha-`Abariym ee-yay' haw-ab-aw-reem'

from the plural of 5856 and the plural of the active
participle of 5674 with the article interposed; ruins of the
passers; Ije-ha-Abarim, a place near Palestine:-Ije-abarim.
see HEBREW for 05856
see HEBREW for 05674

Iye Abarim [NAVE]

IYE ABARIM
See: Ije-abarim.

IYE-ABARIM [ISBE]

IYE-ABARIM - i-ye-ab'-a-rim (`iye ha-`abharim, "the heaps of the Abarim"; the King James Version Ije-abarim; in Nu 21:11 the Septuagint reads Codex Vaticanus, Chalglei): A place in the journeyings of Israel named after Oboth, said to be "in the wilderness which is before Moab, toward the sunrising" (Nu 21:11), "in the border of Moab" (Nu 33:44). The indications of position here given are not sufficient to guide to any identification, and, so far, nothing has been discovered in the district to help us. Called simply "Iyim" (the King James Version "Iim") in Nu 33:45.




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