- Bible Reference: Numbers 26:38
- Included in Eastons: Yes
- Included in Hitchcocks: No
- Included in Naves: No
- Included in Smiths: Yes
- Included in Websters: No
- Included in Strongs: Yes
- Included in Thayers: No
- Included in BDB: Yes
- H1108 Used 1 time
A thing swallowed.
1. A city on the shore of the Dead Sea, not far from Sodom, called also Zoar. It was the only one of the five cities that was spared at Lot's intercession (Genesis 19:20, 23). It is first mentioned in Genesis 14:2, 8.
4. A son of Azaz (1 Chronicles 5:8).
3. Son of Benjamin
4. Son of Azaz
1 Chronicles 5:8
- One of the five cities of the plain which was spared at the intercession of Lot, and received the name of Zoar, (Genesis 14:2; 19:22) [ZOAR]
- Son of Beor, who reigned over Edom in the city of Dinhabah, eight generations before Saul. (Genesis 36:31-33; 1 Chronicles 1:43,44)
- Eldest son of Benjamin, according to (Genesis 46:21) (Authorized Version "Belah"); (Numbers 26:38,40; 1 Chronicles 7:6; 8:1) and head of the family of the Belaites.
- Son of Ahaz, a Reubenite. (1 Chronicles 5:8)
BELA'BOR, verb transitive [perhaps from be and labor; but in Russ. bulava is a club.] To beat soundly; to thump.
Ajax belabors there a harmless ox.
BELA'CE, verb transitive [be and lace.] To fasten, as with a lace or cord.
1. To beat; to whip.
BELA'CED, adjective Adorned with lace.
(Numbers 26:38) [BELA, 3]","","BELIAL","The meaning of this word as found in the Scriptures is worthlessness , and hence reckless, lawlessness. The expression son or man of Belial must be understood as meaning simply a worthless, lawless fellow. The term as used in (2 Corinthians 6:15) is generally understood as an appellative of Satan, as the personification of all that was bad.
BEL'AMOUR, noun A gallant; a consort. [Not used.]
BEL'AMY, noun A good friend; an intimate. [Not used.]
BELA'TE, verb transitive [be and late.] To retard or make too late. [Not used.]
BELA'TED, adjective [be and lated.] Benighted; abroad late at night.
1. Too late for the hour appointed or intended; later than the proper time.
BELA'TEDNESS, noun A being too late.
BELA'VE, verb transitive [be and lave.] To wash. [Not used.]
BELAW'GIVE, verb transitive To give a law to. [Barbarous and not used.]
BELA'Y, verb transitive [This word is composed of be and lay, to lay to, lay by, or close. See Beleaguer.]
1. To block up, or obstruct.
2. To place in ambush.
3. To adorn, surround, or cover.
4. In seamanship, to fasten, or make fast, by winding a rope round a cleat, kevil, or belaying-pin. It is chiefly applied to the running rigging.
BELA'YED, pp. Obstructed; ambushed; made fast.
BELA'YING, ppr. Blocking up; laying an ambush; making fast.