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Dictionaries :: Gareb

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Easton's Bible Dictionary


scabby; itch. (1.) One of David's warriors (2Sa 23:38), an Ithrite.

(2.) A hill near Jerusalem (Jer 31:39), probably the hill of lepers, and consequently a place outside the boundary of the city.

Hitchcock's Bible Names Dictionary


a scab

International Standard Bible Encyclopaedia


ga'-reb (garebh): One of David's "mighty men of the armies" (2Sa 23:38; 1Ch 11:40), an "Ithrite," i.e. a member of one of the families of Kiriath-jearim (1Ch 2:53). Some, however, read ha-yattiri for ha- yithri, thus making him a native of Jattir.


Smith's Bible Dictionary


(scabby) one of the heroes of David's army (2 Samuel 23:38).


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