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Dictionaries :: Gaash

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Easton's Bible Dictionary

Gaash:

a shaking, a hill, on the north side of which Joshua was buried (Jos 24:30; Jdg 2:9), in the territory of Ephraim. (See TIMNATH-SERAH.)

Hitchcock's Bible Names Dictionary

Gaash:

tempest; commotion

International Standard Bible Encyclopaedia

Gaash:

ga'-ash (ga‘-ash): First mentioned in connection with the burial place of Joshua "in the border of his inheritance in Timnath-serah, which is in the hill-country of Ephraim, on the north (side) of the mountain of Gaash" (Jos 24:30; compare Jud 2:9); see TIMNATH-HERES. The "brooks," or rather the wadies or "watercourses" of Gaash are mentioned as the native place of Hiddai (2Sa 23:30), or Hurai (1Ch 11:32), one of David's heroes. No likely identification has been suggested.

See EPHRAIM, MOUNT

Smith's Bible Dictionary

Gaash:

(earthquake) a hill of Ephraim, where Joshua was buried. The brooks or valley of Gaash (2 Samuel 23:30; 1 Chronicles 11:32) were probably at the foot of the hill.

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