Tsiqlag <06860>

glqu Tsiqlag or glqyu Tsiyq@lag (\\#1Ch 12:1,20\\)

Pronunciation:tsik-lag' tsee-kel-ag'
Origin:of uncertain derivation
Reference:-
PrtSpch:noun proper locative
In Hebrew:glqu 7, glquw 2, glqub 2, glqyul 1, glqyu 1, glqubw 1, glqyubw 1
In NET:Ziklag 15
In AV:Ziklag 15
Count:15
Definition:Ziklag = "winding"

1) a town in the south of Judah, later allotted to Simeon; noted for
its having been the city of David given to him by king Achish of
Gath and his residence when he was joined by many of his mighty
warriors and when he received word of the death of Saul
or Tsiyqlag (1 Chronicles 12:1,20) {tsee-kel-ag'}; of
uncertain derivation: Tsiklag or Tsikelag, a place in
Palestine:-Ziklag.
see HEBREW for 020
Variations
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