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HEBREW: 6290 Nrap Pa'ran
NAVE: Paran
EBD: Paran
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In Bible versions:

a wilderness of East central Sinai peninsula (IBD)

beauty; glory; ornament
Google Maps: Paran (29° 9´, 33° 32´)


Strongs #06290: Nrap Pa'ran

Paran = "place of caverns"

1) wilderness area bounded on the north by Palestine, on the west by
the wilderness of Etham, on the south by the desert of Sinai, and
on the east by the valley of Arabah; the exodus was through this
area and probably all 18 stops were in this area

6290 Pa'ran paw-rawn'

from 6286; ornamental; Paran, a desert of Arabia:-Paran.
see HEBREW for 06286

Paran [EBD]

abounding in foliage, or abounding in caverns, (Gen. 21:21), a desert tract forming the north-eastern division of the peninsula of Sinai, lying between the 'Arabah on the east and the wilderness of Shur on the west. It is intersected in a north-western direction by the Wady el-'Arish. It bears the modern name of Badiet et-Tih, i.e., "the desert of the wanderings." This district, through which the children of Israel wandered, lay three days' march from Sinai (Num. 10:12, 33). From Kadesh, in this wilderness, spies (q.v.) were sent to spy the land (13:3, 26). Here, long afterwards, David found refuge from Saul (1 Sam. 25:1, 4).

Paran [NAVE]

Desert or wilderness of, Gen. 21:21; Num. 10:12; 12:16; 13:3, 26; Deut. 1:1.
Mountains of, Deut. 33:2; Hab. 3:3.
Israelites encamp in, Num. 12:16.
David takes refuge in, 1 Sam. 25:1.
Hadad flees to, 1 Kin. 11:17, 18.

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