Strong's Hebrew436. elon -- a terebinth... plain
. Prolonged from 'ayil; an oak
or other strong tree -- plain
. See also 'Eylown.
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The Story of Gideon and his Three Hundred Soldiers
... On the spot where the Lord appeared to Gideon, under an oak tree, near the village
of ... Gilboa is one of the three mountains on the east of the plain of Esdraelon ...
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Abraham --The Father of the Faithful.
... many days. He bought a field close by the oak-shaded plain of Mamre in Hebron,
and there in a rocky cave he buried her. He was called ...
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The National Oath at Shechem
... crept in among the people; but there can be no doubt of the plain, sad meaning of ...
If there were no idols buried now under the old oak, it was not because there ...
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The Story of the Tower of Babel
... all the valley of the Jordan, and lived in the cities of the plain and moved ... Then
Abraham moved his tent and lived in the oak grove of Mamre, which is in Hebron ...
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God who Appeared to Moses is Distinguished from God the Father.
... be called.'  Have you perceived, then, that He who said under the oak that
He ... Then I said, "The Scripture just quoted by me will make this plain to you. ...
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The Lord Reigneth
... Thus a plain unlettered believer, when reading with attention the fourth and fifth
chapters ... be truth, that it softens rocks, and bends the knotty oak, one thing ...
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Unfruitful Works of Darkness
... No more than the cankers on a rose-bush or the galls on an oak-tree are worthy of
being called ... And now, secondly, notice the plain Christian duty of abstinence ...
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... God gives plain tokens of his favour and approval of the step just taken by ... Deborah,
Rebekah's nurse, died and was buried below Bethel beneath the oak; so it ...
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The Call of Isaiah
... Verses 9, 10. The prophet's duty was plain; he was to lift his voice in protest
against the prevailing evils. ... As a teil tree, and as an oak,. ...
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Index of Tunes.
... OAK, 302 ODE ON SCIENCE, 330 O DO NOT BE DISCOURAGED, 299 OLD HUNDRED, xvi ... GAUDIUM,
474 PENTECOST, 513 PETERBOROUGH, 48 PILGRIM, 25 PISGAH, 118 PLAIN-SONG, xii ...
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International Standard Bible EncyclopediaPlain or Oak Of
ZAANANNIM; PLAIN OR OAK OF
za-a-nan'-im, elon betsa`anayim; or betsa`anannim Codex Vaticanus Besamiein; Codex Alexandrinus Besananim (Joshua 19:33); in Judges 4:11 Codex Vaticanus translates it as pleonektounton, and Codex Alexandrinus has anapauomenon): In Joshua 19:33 the King James Version reads "Allon to Zaanannim," the Revised Version (British and American) "the oak in Zaanannim," the Revised Version margin "oak (or terebinth) of Bezaanannim." In Judges 4:11 the King James Version reads "plain of Zaanaim," the Revised Version (British and American) "oak in Zaanannim." It is probable that the same place is intended in the two passages. It was a place on the southern border of the territory of Naphtali (Joshua), and near it the tent of Heber the Kenite was pitched (Judges). The absence of the article before 'elon shows that the "be" is not the preposition before "z", but the first letter of the name, which accordingly should be read "Bezaanannim." We should naturally look for it near Adami and Nekeb. This agrees also with the indications in Judges, if the direction of Sisera's flight suggested in MEROZ (which see) is correct. The Kadesh, then, of Judges 4:11 may be represented by the ruin Qadish on the western shore of the Sea of Galilee; and in the name Khirbet Bessum, about 3 miles Northeast of Tabor, there is perhaps an echo of Bezaanannim.
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