the Week of Proper 20 / Ordinary 25
Old Testament Hebrew Lexical Dictionary Hebrew Lexicon
Strong's #5011 - נֹב
Nob = “high place”
1) a priestly city in the Benjamin situated on some eminence north but near Jerusalem
2 Isaiah 10:32 just north of Jerusalem, station in (ideal) Assyr. march; compare Nehemiah 11:32 (inhabitants by Benjamites); perhaps =
1 — 2 Samuel 21:6 read גֹּב (q. v. p.146 above)
נבא (√ of following; ** see in Biblical Aramaic Appendix. Ew Fl De KöLgb ii. 1,133 and others camp. Arabic utter a low voice, or sound, (especially of dog); announce; but also be exalted, elevated eminence); III, IV. acquaint, inform, information announcement, intelligence]; Assyrian nabû, call, proclaim, name, Dl HWB 441; Ethiopic speak; Sabean תנבא ? compare Levy-Os ZMG xix. 1865,208 CIS iv. 1, No. 31; Ges Kue and others think weakened form of נבע bubble up, pour forth (of flow of words under excitement of inspiration); Hup Ri Sch compare נאם; see careful discussions by RS Proph. ii, n. 18 Kö OB i. 71 f f.)
נֹב (perhaps for נֹבֶה “high place,” from the root נָבָה), [Nob], pr.n. of a sacerdotal town in the tribe of Benjamin, near Jerusalem, 1 Samuel 22:11, 19 1 Samuel 22:19; Nehemiah 11:32; Isaiah 10:32. With ה parag. נֹבֶה for נֹבָה towards Nob, 1 Samuel 21:2, 22:9.
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