4584. Maon
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Maon: "habitation," a place in Judah, also a man of Judah, also an enemy of Isr.
Original Word: מָעוֹן
Part of Speech: proper name; location; masculine; of a people
Transliteration: Maon
Phonetic Spelling: (maw-ohn')
Short Definition: Maon

NAS Exhaustive Concordance
Word Origin
from un
"habitation," a place in Judah, also a man of Judah, also an enemy of Isr.
NASB Translation
Maon (7), Maonites (1).

II. מָעוֺן proper name

1. location in Judah Joshua 15:55 (P), 1 Samuel 25:2 (ᵐ5 Μααν, Μαων), now Ma`în (BuhlGeogr. 163 and references), 8 miles south of Hebron; hence ׳מִדְבַּר מ 1 Samuel 23:24,25 (twice in verse), so read also 1 Samuel 25:1 (for ᵑ0 פארן) ᵐ5 Th We Dr Bu Klo Kit Löhr; compare

2. masculine in Judah 1 Chronicles 2:45 (twice in verse), ᵐ5 Μεων, Μαων.

3. of a people Judges 10:12 named with Sidonians and Amalek as ancient foes of Israel; possibly intended by writer as = מְעוּנִים q. v.; many read מִדְיָן (ᵐ5B A ᵐ5L Μαδιαμ); see GFM. — מְעוֺן see בֵּית בַּעַל מְעוֺן; 1 Chronicles 4:41 see מְעוּנִים.

Maon, Maonites

The same as ma'own; a residence; Maon, the name of an Israelite and of a place in Palestine -- Maon, Maonites. Compare Beyth Ba'al m'own, m'uwniy.

see HEBREW ma'own

see HEBREW Beyth Ba'al m'own

see HEBREW m'uwniy

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