Smith's Bible DictionarySeirath
(the shaggy), the place to which Ehud fled after his murder of Eglon. (Judges 3:26,27) It was in "Mount Ephraim," ver. 27, a continuation, perhaps, of the same wooded, shaggy hills which stretched even so far south as to enter the territory of Judah, (Joshua 15:10) (It is probably the same place as MOUNT, MOUNT, MOUNTAIN SEIR, 2.)
Easton's Bible DictionaryWoody district; shaggy, a place among the mountains of Ephraim, bordering on Benjamin, to which Ehud fled after he had assassinated Eglon at Jericho (Judges 3:26, 27).
International Standard Bible EncyclopediaSEIRATH
Strong's Hebrew8167. Seirah -- "goat," a city in Ephraim
... Seirath. Formed as s'iyrah; roughness; Seirah, a place in Palestine -- Seirath.
see HEBREW s'iyrah. 8166, 8167. Seirah. 8168 . Strong's Numbers.
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ThesaurusSeirath (1 Occurrence)
... Int. Standard Bible Encyclopedia. SEIRATH. se-i'-rath, se'-i-rath. See
SEIRAH. Multi-Version Concordance Seirath (1 Occurrence). ...
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Bible ConcordanceSeirath (1 Occurrence)
Judges 3:26 And Ehud escaped while they tarried, and passed beyond the quarries, and escaped unto Seirath.
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