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HEBREW: 2897 bwj Towb 382 bwj-vya 'Iysh-Towb
NAVE: Tob
SMITH: TOB
Titus Manius | Titus, Epistle to | Tizite | Tizite, The | Toah | Tob | Tob, The land of | Tob-Adonijah | Tobiah | Tobias | Tobie

Tob

In Bible versions:

Tob: NET AVS NIV NRSV NASB TEV
a region probably north of the Jabbok in north Transjordania (OS)

good; goodness
Google Maps: Tob (32° 33´, 36° 14´)

Hebrew

Strongs #02897: bwj Towb

Tob = "good"

1) a region east of the Jordan, north or northeast of Gilead, probably
Aramean, location uncertain

2897 Towb tobe

the same as 2896; good; Tob, a region apparently East of the
Jordan:-Tob.
see HEBREW for 02896

Strongs #0382: bwj-vya 'Iysh-Towb

Ishtob = "man of Tob"

1) a region beyond Jordan, north or northeast of Gilead

382 'Iysh-Towb eesh-tobe'

from 376 and 2897; man of Tob; Ish-Tob, a place in
Palestine:-Ish-tob.
see HEBREW for 0376
see HEBREW for 02897

Tob [NAVE]

TOB, a district in Syria, Judg. 11:3, 5.
Called Ish-tob, 2 Sam. 10:6, 8.

TOB [SMITH]

(good), The land of, a place in which Jephthah took refuge when expelled from home by his half-brother, (Judges 11:3) and where he remained, at the head of a band of freebooters, till he was brought back by the sheikhs of Gilead. ver. 5. The narrative implies that the land of Tob was not far distant from Gilead; at the same time, from the nature of the case it must have lain out toward the eastern deserts. It is undoubtedly mentioned again in (2 Samuel 10:6,8) as Ishtob, i.e. man of Tob , meaning, according to a common Hebrew idiom, the men of Tob. After a long interval it appears again, in the Maccabaean history, 1 Macc. 5:13, in the names Tobie and Tubieni. 2 Macc. 12:17. No identification of the ancient, district with any modern one has yet been attempted.


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