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HEBREW: 8507 Nkt Token
NAVE: Tochen Token
EBD: Tochen
SMITH: TOCHEN
ISBE: TOCHEN TOKEN
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Tochen

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Tochen: NET AVS NRSV NASB TEV
Token: NIV
a town of Simeon

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Google Maps: Tochen (31° 48´, 34° 56´)

Hebrew

Strongs #08507: Nkt Token

Tochen = "measurement"

1) a town in Simeon until the time of David

8507 Token to'-ken

the same as 8506; Token, a place in Palestine:-Tochen.
see HEBREW for 08506

Tochen [EBD]

measured, a town of Simeon (1 Chr. 4:32).

Tochen [NAVE]

TOCHEN, a city in Simeon, 1 Chr. 4:32.

Token [NAVE]

TOKEN
A sign, Ex. 3:12.
Sun and moon for time and seasons, Gen. 1:14.
The mark of Cain, Gen. 4:15.
Rainbow, that the world might no more be destroyed by a flood, Gen. 9:12-17.
Circumcision, of the covenant of Abraham, Gen. 17:11.
Presents, Gen. 21:27, 30.
Miracles of Moses, of the divine authority of his missions, Ex. 4:1-9.
Blood of the pascal lamb, Ex. 12:13.
The Passover, Ex. 13:9.
Consecration of the firstborn, Ex. 13:14-16.
The Sabbath, Ex. 31:13, 17; a fringe, Num. 15:38-40.
Scarlet thread, Josh. 2:18, 21.
Cover of the altar, Num. 16:38-40.
Aaron's rod, Num. 17:10.
Memorial stones, Josh. 4:2-9.
Dew on Gideon's fleece, Judg. 6:36-40.
Prayer for tokens of mercy, Psa. 86:17.
See: Miracles.

TOCHEN [SMITH]

(task), a place mentioned in (1 Chronicles 4:32) only, among the towns of Simeon.

TOCHEN [ISBE]

TOCHEN - to'-ken (tokhen, "task," "measure"; Codex Vaticanus Thokka; Codex Alexandrinus Thochchan): One of the cities of Simeon, mentioned with Rimmen and Ashan (1 Ch 4:32). The name does not appear in Joshua's list (Josh 19:7), but in that place the Septuagint gives Thokka, from which we may infer that the name has fallen out in the Hebrew. It is not identified.

TOKEN [ISBE]

TOKEN - to'-k'-n ('oth, usually rendered "sign" (on Dt 22:14 ff see the comms.)): "Sign" and "token" are virtually synonymous words and in the King James Version are used with little or no distinction (in Ex 13, compare 13:9 and 16). If there is any difference, "token" is perhaps more concrete and palpable than "sign," but this difference cannot be stressed. The modern use of "token," however, as a "memorial of something past" found in Nu 17:10; Josh 2:12. the Revised Version (British and American) has substituted sign in Ex 13:16; Ps 135:9; Isa 44:25, and the American Standard Revised Version has "evidence" in Job 21:29 (a needlessly prosaic change). The four New Testament examples, Mk 14:44; Phil 1:28; 2 Thess 1:5; 3:17 (each for a different Greek word) are self-explanatory.

See SIGN.

Burton Scott Easton




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