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Dictionaries :: Tappuah

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Easton's Bible Dictionary

Tappuah:

apple-region. (1.) A town in the valley or lowland of Judah; formerly a royal city of the Canaanites (Jos 12:17; 15:34). It is now called Tuffuh, about 12 miles west of Jerusalem.

(2.) A town on the border of Ephraim (Jos 16:8). The "land" of Tappuah fell to Manasseh, but the "city" to Ephraim (17:8).

(3.) En-tappuah, the well of the apple, probably one of the springs near Yassuf (Jos 17:7).

Hitchcock's Bible Names Dictionary

Tappuah:

apple; swelling

Smith's Bible Dictionary

Tappuah:

(the apple‐city).

(1.) A city of Judah, of the Shefelah or lowland (Joshua 15:34).

(2.) A place on the boundary of the "children of Joseph." (Joshua 16:8; 17:8). Its full name was probably En‐tappuah (Joshua 17:7). ("Around the city was a district called the land of Tappuah; the city belonged to Ephraim and the land to Manasseh (Joshua 17:8). "-Schaff.)

(3.) One of the sons of Hebron, of the tribe of Judah (1 Chronicles 2:43). It is doubtless the same as Beth‐tappuah. (B.C. before 1450)

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