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Strong's #1757 - דּוּרָא

probably from (H1753)
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Dura = “dwelling”

1) a place in Babylonia where Nebuchadnezzar set up the golden image, site uncertain

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Brown-Driver-Briggs Expanded Definition
 דּוּרָא proper name, of a location near Babylonia, only ׳בִּקְעַת ד Daniel 3:1, ᵐ5. τοῦ περιβόλου (Syro-Hex. περίβολον), Θ Δεειρα; Dûru is name of several places in Babylonia Dl Par. 216; Baer Dn. p. x, compare Andr M 58*; Hoffm Pers. Märtyrer 164f.; name of small river and mounds Opp Expéd. i. 238f. (see Dr); improbably explained as = zôr, depression (name actually used of lower Euphrase and Tigris valleys) by Wetzst De Jes:3 701f.; Babylonian dûru = wall.

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Gesenius' Hebrew and Chaldee Definition

דּוּרָא [Dura], Ch. pr.n. of a plain in Babylonia, Daniel 3:1. With this has been compared the city Dura (Ammianus Marcell. xxv. 6) situated on the Tigris, or another of the same name (Polyb. v. 48), on the Euphrates, near the mouth of the Chaboras. See Miscellan. Lips. Nova, t. v., p. 274.

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דּוּרָ֔א דורא dū·rā duRa dūrā
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