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Study Resources :: Dictionaries :: En-Hakkore

Dictionaries :: En-Hakkore

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Easton's Bible Dictionary

En-Hakkore:

fountain of the crier, the name of the spring in Lehi which burst forth in answer to Samson's prayer when he was exhausted with the slaughter of the Philistines (Jdg 15:19). It has been identified with the spring 'Ayun Kara, near Zoreah.

Hitchcock's Bible Names Dictionary

En-Hakkore:

fountain of him that called or prayed

International Standard Bible Encyclopaedia

En-Hakkore:

en-hak'-o-re, en-hak-o'-re (‘en ha-qore'," spring of the partridge"):

Interpreted (Jud 15:19) as meaning "the spring of him that called." So the Septuagint: pege tou epikaloumenou. The spring was in Lehi but the site is unknown.

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