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Strong's #5334 - נְצִיב

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Nezib = “garrison” or “pillar”

1) a city in the lowlands of Judah on the border of Philistia

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Joshua 1
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Joshua 1
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Joshua 1
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Joshua 1
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Joshua 1
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Joshua 1
Brown-Driver-Briggs Expanded Definition
 נְצִיב proper name, of a location in Judah on border of Philistines Joshua 15:43; ᵐ5 Νασειβ, A ᵐ5 L Νες(ε)ιβ; see also Lag BN:95 ANM. *; modern Beit Naƒîb, approximately 8 miles northwest of Hebron Buhl Geogr. 193.

Brown-Driver-Briggs Hebrew and English Lexicon, Unabridged, Electronic Database.All rights reserved. Used by permission. BibleSoft.com
Gesenius' Hebrew and Chaldee Definition

נְצִיב m. (from the root נָצַב).

(1) placed, set; hence one set over, a prefect, leader, i.q. נִצָּב 1 Kings 4:19.

(2) something placed, or set; hence

(a) a statue, i.q. מַצֵּבָה; Arab. نَصْبُ, نُصْبُ a statue, an idol. Genesis 19:26, נְצִיב מֶלַח “a statue of salt,” i.e. fossil salt, of which fragments, in various forms, are found in the neighbourhood of the Dead Sea (see Legh in Macmichaël’s Journey, p. 205). [But in this passage something peculiar is meant.]

(b) a military station, i.q. מַצָּב, מֻצָּב 1 Samuel 10:5, 13:3, 14 1 Samuel 13:14 a garrison, 2 Samuel 8:6, 14 2 Samuel 8:14.

(3) [Nezib], pr.n. of a town in the tribe of Judah, Joshua 15:45 [now prob. Beit Nŭsîb, ديت دصبب Rob. ii. 344].

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וּנְצִֽיב׃ ונציב׃
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