'atad <0329>

tja 'atad

Pronunciation:aw-tawd'
Origin:from an unused root probably meaning to pierce or make fast
Reference:TWOT - 71a
PrtSpch:noun masculine
In Hebrew:djah 5, dja 1
In NET:thornbush 3, Atad 2, kindling 1
In AV:bramble 3, Atad 2, thorns 1
Count:6
Definition:1) bramble, thorn, buckthorn
2) the threshing Atad, meaning thorn, also called Abelmizraim
and afterwards called Bethhogla was located on the west of
Jordan between the Jordan and Jericho
from an unused root probably meaning to pierce or make fast;
a thorn-tree (especially the buckthorn):-Atad, bramble,
thorn.
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