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Dictionaries :: Madmannah

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Easton's Bible Dictionary

Madmannah:

dunghill, the modern el-Minyay, 15 miles south-south-west of Gaza (Jos 15:31; 1Ch 2:49), in the south of Judah. The Pal. Mem., however, suggest Umm Deimneh, 12 miles north-east of Beersheba, as the site.

Hitchcock's Bible Names Dictionary

Madmannah:

measure of a gift; preparation of a garment

International Standard Bible Encyclopaedia

Madmannah:

mad-man'-a (madhmannah; Septuagint: Codex Vaticanus Macharim; Codex Alexandrinus Bedebena (Jos 15:31); Codex Vaticanus Marmena; Codex Alexandrinus Madmena (1Ch 2:49)): This town lay in the Negeb of Judah and is mentioned with Hormah and Ziklag. It is represented in Jos 19:5, etc., by Beth-marcaboth. Umm Deimneh, 12 miles North of Beersheba, has been proposed on etymological grounds (PEF, III, 392, 399, Sh XXIV).

Smith's Bible Dictionary

Madmannah:

(dunghill) one of the towns in the south district of Judah (Joshua 15:31). In the time of Eusebius and Jerome it was called Menois, and was not far from Gaza. The first stage southward from Gaza is now el‐Minyay, which is perhaps the modern representative of Menois, and therefore of Madmannah.

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