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HEBREW: 4366 ttmkm Mikm@thath
NAVE: Michmethah Micmethath
EBD: Michmethah
SMITH: MICHMETHAH
ISBE: MICHMETHAH
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Micmethath

In Bible versions:

Micmethath: NET NIV
Michmethah: AVS TEV
Michmethath: NRSV NASB
a border town of Ephraim and Manasseh just east of Shechem (ZD)

the gift or death of a striker
Google Maps: Michmethath (32° 11´, 35° 16´)

Hebrew

Strongs #04366: ttmkm Mikm@thath

Michmethah = "hiding place"

1) a place in northeast Ephraim near the border of Manasseh between
Shechem and Taanath-shilo

4366 Mikmthath mik-meth-awth'

apparently from an unused root meaning to hide; concealment;
Mikmethath, a place in Palestine:-Michmethath.

Michmethah [EBD]

hiding-place, a town in the northern border of Ephraim and Manasseh, and not far west of Jordan (Josh. 16:6; 17:7).

Michmethah [NAVE]

MICHMETHAH, a city between Ephraim and Manasseh, Josh. 16:6; 17:7.

Micmethath [NAVE]

MICMETHATH
See: Michmethah.

MICHMETHAH [SMITH]

(hiding-place), a place which formed one of the landmarks of the boundary of the territories of Ephraim and Manasseh on the western side of Jordan. (Joshua 17:7) The position of the place must be somewhere on the east of and not far distant from Shechem.

MICHMETHAH [ISBE]

MICHMETHAH - mik'-me-tha (ha-mikhmethah; Codex Vaticanus Hikasmon; Codex Alexandrinus Machthoth): A place named in defining the territory of Ephraim and Manasseh (Josh 16:6; 17:7). It is said to lie "before," i.e. to the East of Shechem. In the name itself, the meaning of which is obscure, there is nothing to guide us. The presence of the article, however ("the Michmethah"), suggests that it may not be a proper name, but an appellative, applying to some feature of the landscape. Condor suggests the plain of Makhneh, which lies to the East of Nablus (Shechem), in which there may possibly be an echo of the ancient name.




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