407. Akshaph
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Akshaph: a place in N. Canaan
Original Word: אַכְשָׁף
Part of Speech: Proper Name Location
Transliteration: Akshaph
Phonetic Spelling: (ak-shawf')
Short Definition: Achshaph

NAS Exhaustive Concordance
Word Origin
of uncertain derivation
a place in N. Canaan
NASB Translation
Achshaph (3).

אַכְשָׁף proper name, of a location in (Northern) Canaan, with a king Joshua 11:1; Joshua 12:20; situated on the border of Asher Joshua 19:25, Egyptian 'A-k-sap WMMAs.u.Eur.181; ᵐ5 B Αζειφ A Ἀχσαφ, ᵐ5L () χασαφ, etc.; site dubious; modern Iksâf or Kesâf, RobBR iii. 55, approximately 17 miles east of Tyre, and nearly 3 miles southwest of the great bend of the Litâny, is phonetically suitable, but much too far northeast for Joshua 19:25; possibly there were two Akšaphs; compare DiJoshua 11:1 BuhlGeogr.237. See further KrallTyrus U. Sidon 10, LagOnom. 218. 91, 3; 2d ed. 239.


From kashaph; fascination; Acshaph, a place in Palestine -- Achshaph.

see HEBREW kashaph

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