3 edition of Hor-Hagidgad. found in the catalog.
by Printed for S. Gerrish, S. Kneeland, N. Belknap, and B. Love in Boston
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|Statement||By Cotton Mather, D.D. and F.R.S. ; [Four lines of quotation in Latin]|
|Series||Early American imprints -- no. 2912.|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||, 8, 28,  p.|
|Number of Pages||28|
Horhagidgad | Hor-hagidgad (conspicous mountain), the name of the desert station where the Israelites encamped, (Numbers ) probably the same as Gudgodah. (). Numbers Context. 29 And they went from Mithcah, and pitched in Hashmonah. 30 And they departed from Hashmonah, and encamped at Moseroth. 31 And they departed from Moseroth, and pitched in Benejaakan. 32 And they removed from Benejaakan, and encamped at Horhagidgad. 33 And they went from Horhagidgad, and pitched in Jotbathah. 34 And they removed from Jotbathah, and .
GIDGIDDONI and GIDGIDDONAH may somehow be derived from or related to biblical Gidgad/Gudgodah (Judges , Deuteronomy ), and perhaps to Hor-hagidgad “Hollow of Gidgad” (Numbers ), which may be the same location as Arabic Wadi Ghadhaghedh. Nibley suggests deriving it from the EGYPTIAN name for SIDON, dydwn3. 32 They moved from # Deut. Bene Jaakan and # Deut. camped at Hor Hagidgad. 33 They went from Hor Hagidgad and camped at Jotbathah. 34 They moved from Jotbathah # Deut. ; 1 Kin. ; and camped at Abronah. 35 They departed from Abronah and camped at Ezion Geber.
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Hor Haggidgad (Hebrew: חֹר הַגִּדְגָּד, Ḥōr Ha-Giḏgāḏ, 'cave of the Gidgad') is one of the stops Hor-Hagidgad. book the Israelites on the Exodus journey.
It is mentioned in Book of Numbers as a place where the Israelites stopped during the Exodus, probably meaning 'cave of GidGad/GudGod'.
it is called Gudgodah in Deuteronomy Its location is uncertain but has been. Gudgodah (gŭd`gōdə, gŭdgō`–), in the Bible, desert camping place of the Israelites: see Hor-hagidgad Hor-hagidgad, in the Bible, wilderness camp of the Israelites.
The camping place called Gudgodah may have been the same. Hor-Hagidgad. An essay upon, an happy departure. Occasioned by the decease of the valuable Mr. William Waldron, late Pastor to one of the churches in [Four lines of quotation in Latin].
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Bible Gateway Plus equips you to answer the toughest questions about faith, God, and the Bible with access to a vast digital Bible study library. horhagidgad [smith] (conspicous mountain), the name of the desert station where the Israelites encamped, (Numbers ) probably the same as Gudgodah.
" Hor-Hagidgad an essay upon, an happy departure. Occasioned by the decease of the valuable Mr. William Waldron, late Pastor to one of the churches in Boston; who departed, Sept. By Cotton Mather, D.D. and F.R.S. [Four lines of quotation in Latin] " " Hor-Hagidgad.: an essay upon, an happy departure.
Occasioned by the decease of the. And they went from Hor-hagidgad, and encamped in Jotbathah. World English Bible They journeyed from Hor-haggidgad, and encamped in Jotbathah. The Wycliffe Bible () fro whennus thei yeden forth, and settiden tentis in Jethebacha. Young's Literal Translation And they journey from Hor-Hagidgad, and encamp in Jotbathah; The Message.
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Lucas. Add to Book Bag Remove from Book Bag. Saved in: Hor-Hagidgad An essay upon, an happy departure. Occasioned by the decease of the valuable Mr. William Waldron, late Pastor to one of the churches in Boston; who departed, Sept. By Cotton Mather. Resources» Smith's Bible Names Dictionary» H» Horhagidgad Horhagidgad (conspicous mountain), the name of the desert station where the Israelites encamped, (Numbers ).
And they went from Hor-hagidgad, and pitched in Iotbathah. English Standard Version And they set out from Hor-haggidgad and camped at Jotbathah. New Life Version They went from Hor-haggidgad and stayed at Jotbathah.
Good News Translation. Holman Christian Standard They departed from Hor-haggidgad and camped at Jotbathah. Hebrew Names Version. Definition: Hor-hagidgad = "cavern of Gidgad" a desert station of Israel in the wilderness; site unknown NAS Word Usage - Total: 2 Hor-haggidgad 2.
The New Tablets of Stone 5 and I went back down the mountain and placed the tablets in the ark I had made, as the LORD had commanded me; and there they have remained. 6 The Israelites traveled from Beeroth Bene-jaakan to Moserah, where Aaron died and was buried, and Eleazar his son succeeded him as priest.
7 From there they traveled to Gudgodah, and from Gudgodah to Jotbathah, a land with. Hor-Hagidgad:: the hill of felicity One of the Stations of the Israelites: In the wilderness, Num Metaphysical meaning of Hor-haggidgad (mbd) Hor-haggidgad (A.
V., Hor-hagidgad), hôr'-hag-gid-gad (Heb.)--hole of the cleft; hole of the thunderings; hewn cavern; echoing cave.A place where the Israelites camped while they were in the wilderness, on the way to the Promised Land (Num. ).It is probably the same place as the Gudgodah of Deuteronomy Hor-hagidgad, Chor-hag-Gidgad, a place in the Desert Hebrew: חֹר הַגִּדְגָּד, ḥōr haggidgād (H) 2 King James Bible Verses.
Here is Hor-hagidgad in the Bible. What does the source Hebrew word חֹר הַגִּדְגָּד mean and how is it used in the Bible. Below are the English definition details.
Looking for online definition of HOR or what HOR stands for? HOR is listed in the World's largest and most authoritative dictionary database of abbreviations and acronyms The Free Dictionary.The Old Testament Hebrew Lexicon is Brown, Driver, Briggs, Gesenius Lexicon; this is keyed to the "Theological Word Book of the Old Testament." These files are considered public domain.
NAS Exhaustive Concordance of the Bible with Hebrew-Aramaic and Greek Dictionaries.Deuteronomy This following history comes in manifestly by way of parenthesis, as appears from Deuteronomywhere he returns to his former discourse; and it seems to be here inserted as an evidence of God’s gracious answer to Moses’s prayers, and of his reconciliation to the people, notwithstanding their late and greatsaith he, after this they proceeded by God.