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Bible ConcordanceZoheleth (1 Occurrence)
1 Kings 1:9 Adonijah killed sheep and cattle and fatlings by the stone of Zoheleth, which is beside En Rogel; and he called all his brothers, the king's sons, and all the men of Judah, the king's servants:
ThesaurusZoheleth (1 Occurrence)
... He was afterwards pardoned. Zoheleth projects into or slightly over-hangs the Kidron
valley. ... Int. Standard Bible Encyclopedia. ZOHELETH, THE STONE OF. ...
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Enrogel (4 Occurrences)
En-rogel (4 Occurrences)
Zohar (5 Occurrences)
Stone (290 Occurrences)
Zoheth (1 Occurrence)
Fattened (19 Occurrences)
Fatlings (12 Occurrences)
Fatted (17 Occurrences)
Rogel (4 Occurrences)
Hitchcock's Bible Names DictionaryZoheleth
Smith's Bible DictionaryZoheleth
(serpent), The stone, This was "by En-rogel," (1 Kings 1:9) and therefore, if En-rogel be the modern Um-ed-Deraj , this stone, "where Adonijah slew sheep and oxen," was in all likelihood not far from the well of the Virgin.
ATS Bible DictionaryZoheleth
A large rock near the well En-rogel, in the valley adjoining Jerusalem on the south-east, where the adherents of Adonijah assembled in rebellion, 1 Kings 1:9.
Easton's Bible DictionaryThe serpent-stone, a rocky plateau near the centre of the village of Siloam, and near the fountain of En-rogel, to which the women of the village resort for water (1 Kings 1:5-9). Here Adonijah (q.v.) feasted all the royal princess except Solomon and the men who took part with him in his effort to succeed to the throne. While they were assembled here Solomon was proclaimed king, through the intervention of Nathan. On hearing this, adonijah fled and took refuge in the sanctuary (1 Kings 1:49-53). He was afterwards pardoned.
International Standard Bible EncyclopediaZOHELETH, THE STONE OF
zo'-he-leth, ('ebhen ha-zacheleth, "serpent's stone"): "And Adonijah slew sheep and oxen and fatlings by the stone of Zoheleth, which is beside En-rogel" (1 Kings 1:9). Evidently this was a sacred stone-probably a matstsbhah such as marked a Canaanite sanctuary. A source of "living water" has always in the Semitic world been a sacred place; even today at most such places, e.g. at Bir Eyyub, the modern representative of En-rogel, there is a michrab and a platform for prayer. The stone has disappeared, but it is thought that an echo of the name survives in ez-Zechweleh, the name of a rocky outcrop in the village of Siloam. Because the name is particularly associated with an ascent taken by the woman coming from the Virgin's Fount, to which it is adjacent, some authorities have argued that this, the Virgin's Fount, must be En-rogel; on this see EN-ROGEL; GIHON. Against this view, as far as ez-Zechweleh is concerned, we may note:
Strong's Hebrew2120. zocheleth -- a crawling thing, serpent
... zocheleth. 2121 . a crawling thing, serpent. Transliteration: zocheleth Phonetic
Spelling: (zo-kheh'-leth) Short Definition: Zoheleth. Word Origin fem. ... Zoheleth ...
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