Ta`anak <08590>

Knet Ta`anak or Knet Ta`nak

Pronunciation:tah-an-awk' tah-nawk'
Origin:of uncertain derivation
Reference:-
PrtSpch:noun proper locative
In Hebrew:Knet 6, Knetb 1
In NET:Taanach 7
In AV:Taanach 6, Tanach 1
Count:7
Definition:Taanach or Tanach = "sandy"

1) an ancient Canaanite city conquered by Joshua and allotted to the
half tribe of Manasseh although in the territory of Issachar; given
to the Kohathite Levites; located on the west of the Jordan and near
the waters of Megiddo
or Tanak {tah-nawk'}; of uncertain derivation; Taanak or
Tanak, a place in Palestine:-Taanach, Tanach.
Variations
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