5292. Naarah
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Naarah: an Israelite woman, also a place on the border of Ephraim
Original Word: נַעֲרָה
Part of Speech: proper name, of a location; proper name, feminine
Transliteration: Naarah
Phonetic Spelling: (nah-ar-aw')
Short Definition: Naarah

NAS Exhaustive Concordance
Word Origin
from the same as naar
an Isr. woman, also a place on the border of Ephraim
NASB Translation
Naarah (4).

II. [נַעֲרָה] proper name, of a location on border of Ephraim — only with ה locative, נַעֲרָ֫תָה Joshua 16:7 (ᵐ5 αἱ Κῶμαι αὐτῶν; ᵐ5L id. + Αναραθα); apparently = נַעֲרָן, q. v. below; Νοοραθ lay 5 Roman miles from Jericho LagOnom. 283, 11 compare BuhlGeogr. 181.

III. נַעֲרָה proper name, feminine in Judah 1 Chronicles 4:5,6 (twice in verse); ᵐ5 Θωαδα, A Νοορα, ᵐ5L Νοερα.

Naarah, Naarath

The same as na'arah; Naarah, the name of an Israelitess, and of a place in Palestine -- Naarah, Naarath.

see HEBREW na'arah

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