8553. Timnah
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Timnah: "territory," two cities in Judah
Original Word: תִמְנָה
Part of Speech: Proper Name Location
Transliteration: Timnah
Phonetic Spelling: (tim-naw')
Short Definition: Timnah

NAS Exhaustive Concordance
Word Origin
from manah
"territory," two cities in Judah
NASB Translation
Timnah (12).

תִּמְנָה, תִּמְנָ֫תָה proper name, of a location (probably = portion, territory); — (חִמְנָה Joshua 15:10,57; 2Chronicles 28:18; תִּמְנָ֫תֶה [as nominative see GFMJudges 14:1] Joshua 19:43; Judges 14:1,2,5; with ה locative תִּמְנָ֫תָה Genesis 38:12,13,14; Judges 14:1,5; ᵐ5 Θαμνα, Θαμναθα): —

1 place in hill-country of Judah Genesis 38:12,13,14. probably = Joshua 15:57. Site unknown (compare DiGenesis 38:12 RobBR ii. 17 n.).

2 place on border of Judah Joshua 15:10; Joshua 19:43 (assigned to Dan), Judges 14:1 (twice in verse); Judges 14:2,5 (twice in verse); 2Chronicles 28:18. Modern Tibneh, approximately 15 miles south of west from Jerusalem compare RobBR ii.17 BuhlGeogr. 196.

Timnah, Timnath, Thimnathah

From manah; a portion assigned; Timnah, the name of two places in Palestine -- Timnah, Timnath, Thimnathah.

see HEBREW manah

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