Uts: a son of Aram, also a son of Nahor, also an Edomite, also perhaps a district East of Pal.Original Word: עוּץ
Part of Speech: proper name; location
Phonetic Spelling: (oots)
Short Definition: Uz
NAS Exhaustive ConcordanceWord Origin
a son of Aram, also a son of Nahor, also an Edomite, also perhaps a district E. of Pal.
Brown-Driver-Briggsעוּץ proper name 1. masculine a. (eldest) 'son' of Aram Genesis 10:23 (P), = 'son' of Shem 1 Chronicles 1:17, ᵐ5 Ως, ᵐ5L Chronicles Ουζ.
b. eldest 'son' of Nahor Genesis 22:21 (J), A Ωξ, ᵐ5L Ωζ.
2. location (= 1. a, b, possibly also
c), מַלְכֵי אֶרֶץ הָעוּץ Jeremiah 25:20 (ᵐ5 omitted); בְּאֶרֶץעֿוּץ Job 1:1 (home of Job), ᵐ5 Αυσιτις; Lamentations 4:21 (strike out עוּץ ᵐ5 compare Bu and references); on Uz as vague name for east country see especially Buix. f.; DlPa 259, ZKF ii. 87 ff. puts in Hauran, or north (northeast) therefrom, = Assyrian Uƒƒu, but dubious with name עוּץ RSK 261 compare Arabic proper name, of divinity. , so WeHeid. 2, 146; against this NöZMG xi (1886), 183 f., but see reply RSSem i. 43.
Strong's Exhaustive ConcordanceUz
Apparently from uwts; consultation; Uts, a son of Aram, also a Seirite, and the regions settled by them. -- Uz.
see HEBREW uwts
Forms and Transliterationsהָע֑וּץ העוץ וְע֥וּץ ועוץ ע֑וּץ ע֖וּץ ע֥וּץ עוץ ‘ūṣ hā‘ūṣ hā·‘ūṣ haUtz utz veUtz wə‘ūṣ wə·‘ūṣ
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Englishman's ConcordanceStrong's Hebrew 5780
hā·‘ūṣ — 1 Occ.
‘ūṣ — 6 Occ.
wə·‘ūṣ — 1 Occ.
HEB: וּבְנֵ֖י אֲרָ֑ם ע֥וּץ וְח֖וּל וְגֶ֥תֶר
NAS: of Aram [were] Uz and Hul
KJV: of Aram; Uz, and Hul,
INT: the sons of Aram Uz and Hul and Gether