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Dictionaries :: Senaah

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Easton's Bible Dictionary

Senaah:

thorny, a place many of the inhabitants of which returned from Babylon with Zerubbabel (Ezr 2:35; Neh 7:38).

Hitchcock's Bible Names Dictionary

Senaah:

bramble; enemy

International Standard Bible Encyclopaedia

Senaah:

se-na'-a, sen'-a-a (cena'ah; Codex Vaticanus Sanana; Sananat; Codex Alexandrinus Sanana, Sennaa, Hasan): The children of Senaah are mentioned as having formed part of the company returning from the captivity with Zerubbabel (Ezr 2:35; Ne 7:38). The numbers vary as given by Ezr (3,630) and Ne (3,930), while 1 Esdras 5:23 puts them at 3,330. In the last place the name is Sanaas, the King James Version "Annaas" (Codex Vaticanus Sama; Codex Alexandrinus Sanaas). In Ne 3:3 the name occurs with the definite article, ha-senaah. The people may be identical with the Benjamite clan Hassenuah (1Ch 9:7). Eusebius, in Onomasticon, speaks of Magdalsenna a village about 7 miles North of Jericho, which may be the place intended; but the site is not known.

Written by W. Ewing

Smith's Bible Dictionary

Senaah:

(thorny.) The "children (i.e. the inhabitants.) of Senaa" are enumerated among the "people of Israel" who returned from the captivity with Zerubbabel (Ezra 2:35; Nehemiah 7:38). (B.C. 536) The Magdal Senna of Eusebius and Jerome denotes a town seven miles north of Jericho ("Senna".)

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