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HEBREW: 3096 Uhy Yahats or huhy Yahtsah or (fem.) huhy Yahtsah
NAVE: Jahaz Jahzah
EBD: Jahaz
SMITH: JAHZAH
ISBE: JAHAZ JAHZAH
Jaes | Jagur | Jah | Jahaleel | Jahath | Jahaz | Jahaz, Also Jahaza, Jahazah And Juhzah | Jahaza | Jahazah | Jahaziah | Jahaziel

Jahaz

In Bible versions:

Jahaz: NET AVS NIV NRSV NASB TEV
Jahzah: NET AVS NIV NRSV NASB TEV
a town of Reuben given to the Merarites

quarrel; dispute ( --> same as Jahazah)
Google Maps: Jahaz (31° 30´, 35° 55´); Jahzah (31° 30´, 35° 55´)

Hebrew

Strongs #03096: Uhy Yahats or huhy Yahtsah or (fem.) huhy Yahtsah

Jahaz or Jahazah or Jahzah = "trodden down"

1) a place in Reuben east of the Dead Sea where Israel defeated Sihon
king of the Amorites; site uncertain

3096 Yahats yah'-hats

or Yahtsah {yah'-tsaw}; or (feminine) Yahtsah {yah-tsaw'};
from an unused root meaning to stamp; perhaps threshing-floor;
Jahats or Jahtsah, a place East of the Jordan:-Jahaz,
Jahazah, Jahzah.

Jahaz [EBD]

trodden down (called also Jahaza, Josh. 13:18; Jahazah, 21:36; Jahzah, 1 Chr. 6:78), a town where Sihon was defeated, in the borders of Moab and in the land of the Ammonites beyond Jordan, and north of the river Arnon (Num. 21:23; Deut. 2:32). It was situated in the tribe of Reuben, and was assigned to the Merarite Levites (Josh. 13:18; 21:36). Here was fought the decisive battle in which Sihon (q.v.) was completely routed, and his territory (the modern Belka) came into the possession of Israel. This town is mentioned in the denunciations of the prophets against Moab (Isa. 15:4; Jer. 48:34).

Jahaz [NAVE]

JAHAZ, called also Jahaza, Jahazah, and Jahzah. A Levitical city in Reuben, taken from the Moabites, Josh. 13:18; 21:36; Isa. 15:4; Jer. 48:21.
Sihon defeated at, Num. 21:23; Deut. 2:32; Judg. 11:20.

Jahzah [NAVE]

JAHZAH, a city of Reuben, 1 Chr. 6:78.
See: Jahaz.

JAHZAH [SMITH]

(trodden down). (1 Chronicles 6:78) [JAHAZ, ALSO JAHAZA, JAHAZAH AND JUHZAH]

JAHAZ [ISBE]

JAHAZ - ja'-haz (yahats, Isa 16:4; Jer 48:34, yahatsah, or yahtsah, Nu 21:23; Dt 2:32; Josh 13:18; 21:36, the King James Version "Jahazah"; Jdg 11:20; Jer 48:21; 1 Ch 6:78, "Jahzah"): This is the place where in a great battle Israel overwhelmed Sihon king of the Amorites, and then took possession of all his territory (Nu 21:23, etc.). It is named along with Beth-baal-meon and Kedemoth (Josh 13:18), with Kedemoth (Josh 21:37) pointing to a position in the Southeast of the Amorite territory. It was given to Reuben by Moses, and was one of the cities in the portion of that tribe assigned to the Merarite Levites. Mesha (MS, ll. 18 if) says that the king of Israel dwelt in Jahaz when at war with him. Mesha drove him out, and the city passed into the hands of Moab. It is referred to as a city of Moab in Isa 15:4; Jer 48:21,34. Cheyne thinks that either Jahaz or Kedemoth must be represented today by the important ruins of Umm er-Recac, about 2 1/2 hours North of Dibon toward the desert (EB, under the word). No certain identification is possible.

W. Ewing

JAHZAH [ISBE]

JAHZAH - ja'-za.

See JAHAZ.




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