- Included in Eastons: Yes
- Included in Hitchcocks: Yes
- Included in Naves: No
- Included in Smiths: Yes
- Included in Websters: No
- Included in Strongs: Yes
- Included in Thayers: No
- Included in BDB: Yes
- H2130 Used 2 times
1. A son of Jehaleleel (1 Chronicles 4:16).
2. A city in the south of Judah (Joshua 15:24), probably at the pass of Sufah.
3. A city in the mountains of Judah (Joshua 15:55), identified with the uninhabited ruins of Tell ez-Zif, about 5 miles south-east of Hebron. Here David hid himself during his wanderings (1 Samuel 23:19; Psalms 54, title).
this mouth or mouthful; falsehood
2. Grandson of Caleb
1 Chronicles 2:42
3. Son of Jehaleleel
1 Chronicles 4:16
(battlement), the name of two towns in Judah.
- In the south, named between Ithnan and Telem. (Joshua 15:24) It does not appear again in the history, nor has any trace of has been met with.
- In the highland district, named between Carmel and Juttah. (Joshua 15:55) The place is immortalized by its connection with David. (1 Samuel 23:14,15,24; 26:2) These passages show that at that time it had near it a wilderness (i,e, a waste pasture-ground) and a wood. The latter has disappeared but the former remains. The name of Zif if, found about three miles south of Hebron, attached to a rounded hill of some 100 feet in height, which is called Tell Zif .
- Son of Jehaleleel. (1 Chronicles 4:16)
A descendant of Judah (1 Chronicles 4:16).
A son of Jehaleleel.
1 Chronicles 4:16
(feminine of Ziph), another son of Jehaleleel. (1 Chronicles 4:16)
the inhabitants of ZIPH, 2. In this form the name is found in the Authorized Version only in the title of (Psalms 54:1) In the narrative it occurs in the more usual form of ZIPHITES. (1 Samuel 23:19; 26:1)
son of Gad (Genesis 46:18) elsewhere called Zephon.
(fragrance), appoint in the north boundary of the promised land as specified by Moses. (Numbers 34:9)
Sweet odour, a city on the northern border of Palestine (Numbers 34:9), south-east of Hamath.
falsehood of a song; rejoicing
A place in the north of Palestine.