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Old Testament Hebrew Lexical Dictionary
Strong's #4311 - מֵידְבָא
Medeba = “water of rest”
1) a town in Moab assigned to Reuben and located 4 miles (6 kilometers) southwest of Heshbon; still extant
מֵידְבָא (“water of rest;” see the root דָּבָא ), [Medeba], pr. name of a town of the Reubenites, situated in a plain of the same name, Numbers 21:30; Joshua 13:9, 16 Joshua 13:16; 1 Chronicles 19:7 afterwards reckoned as part of Moab (Isaiah 15:2); Greek Μηδαβά, Μηδάβη, Μήδαυα, see 1Ma_9:36 Jos. Archæol. xiii. 1, § 4; ix. § 1; Euseb. h. v. Relandi Palæstina, p. 893. Ruins still called Mádaba were found by Seetzen and Burckhardt (Travels in Syr. p. 625).
the Week of Proper 21 / Ordinary 26