Greek5403. Phoinike -- Phoenicia, a region North of Galilee ...
Phoenicia, a region North
of Galilee. Part of Speech: Noun, Feminine Transliteration ...
From phoinix; palm-country
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3465. Musia -- Mysia, a province of Asia Minor
... Musia Phonetic Spelling: (moo-see'-ah) Short Definition: Mysia Definition: Mysia,
a country in the north-west of the Roman province Asia (and of Asia Minor). ...
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A Sermon Made by M. Hugh Latimer, at the Time of the Insurrection ...
... In like manner these men in the North country, they make pretence as though they
were armed in God's armour, gird in truth, and clothed in righteousness. ...
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The Battle of Carchemish
... devour and be satiate, And shall drink its fill of their blood: For the Lord, the
LORD of hosts hath a sacrifice In the north country by the river Euphrates. 3. ...
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When one at the Back of the North Wind Wanted to Know How Things ...
... down at North Wind's knees. For there she sat on her doorstep. The peaks of the
great ridge of ice were as lofty as ever behind her, and the country at her ...
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... that the former redemption out of bondage in Egypt should be as nothing in comparison
with the ingathering of the New Covenant from the north country and from ...
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The Nations of the North-East
... in the later Old Testament age"were the inhabitants of a country called Biainas ... and
the Mount Ararat of modern geography lying considerably to the north of it ...
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Visit to Cities in the North-West and to Kumaon --Visit to England ...
... it was arranged railways should ramify to Lahore and Peshawur in the north-west,
to ... out, and now there is no city in the interior of the country which bears so ...
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... the first"four chariots issuing from between two mountains of brass"the divine judgment
is represented as being executed upon the north country, ie the ...
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Six Years in North Bengal --Missionary and Indigo Planter
... one station, and by his medical colleague sixteen miles to the north of him ... greatest
event that has occurred since our coming to this country." The appointment ...
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The Restoration of Israel is Only Made Possible by the Second ...
... of Israel out of the land of Egypt; But, The Lord liveth, which brought up and which
led the seed of the House of Israel out of the north country, and from all ...
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The Mothering Heart
... 'Aye, she was more to me than my own mother.' said a North-Country woman, who, in
the rush of industrial life, had missed a certain tender touch until she met ...
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International Standard Bible EncyclopediaNorth Country
NORTH; NORTH COUNTRY
north, (tsaphon, from tsaphan, "to hide," i.e. "the hidden," "the dark" (Gesenius); borrhas, boreas (Judith 16:4); septentrio (2 Esdras 15:43)): In addition to the many places where "north" occurs merely as a point of the compass, there are several passages in Jeremiah, Ezekiel, and Zephaniah, where it refers to a particular country, usually Assyria or Babylonia: Jeremiah 3:18, "They shall come together out of the land of the north to the land that I gave for an inheritance unto your fathers"; Jeremiah 46:6, "In the north by the river Euphrates have they stumbled and fallen"; Ezekiel 26:7, "I will bring upon Tyre Nebuchadrezzar king of Babylon, king of kings, from the north"; Zechariah 2:13, "He will stretch out his hand against the north, and destroy Assyria, and will make Nineveh a desolation."
While the site of Nineveh was Northeast of Jerusalem, and that of Babylon almost due East, it was not unnatural for them to be referred to as "the north," because the direct desert routes were impracticable, and the roads led first into Northern Syria and then eastward (compare however Genesis 29:1, "Then Jacob went on his journey, and came to the land of the children of the east").
In Ezekiel 38:6, we have, "Gomer, and all his hordes; the house of Togarmah in the uttermost parts of the north." It is uncertain what country is here referred to. Some have supposed Armenia (compare Genesis 10:3 1 Chronicles 1:6; Ezekiel 27:14).
The north border of the promised land, as outlined in Numbers 34:7-9 and Ezekiel 47:15-17, cannot be determined with certainty, because some of the towns named cannot be identified, but it was approximately the latitude of Mt. Hermon, not including Lebanon or Damascus. For North (mezarim) see ASTRONOMY.
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