Strong's Hebrew: 1042. בֵּית (Beth-anoth) -- perhaps "temple of Anat," a place in Judah
1042. Beth-anoth
Strong's Concordance
Beth-anoth: perhaps "temple of Anat," a place in Judah
Original Word: בֵּית
Part of Speech: Proper Name Location
Transliteration: Beth-anoth
Phonetic Spelling: (bayth an-oth')
Short Definition: Beth-anoth
NAS Exhaustive Concordance
Word Origin
from bayith and a word of uncertain derivation
perhaps "temple of Anat," a place in Judah
NASB Translation
Beth-anoth (1).

בֵּיתעֲֿנוֺת proper name, of a location in Judah (perhaps = temple of `Anât BaeRel 53 HalJAssyrian 7, xiii. 1879, p. 208, compare following) Joshua 15:59; — modern Beit `Anûn RobBR iii. 280 f. GuérinJudée iii. 151 f. Surveyiii. 351. But ᵐ5L Βηθαρωθ, compare modern Bittîr, approximately 2 2-Janhours southwest from Jerusalem BdPal 171.

Strong's Exhaustive Concordance

From bayith and a plural from anah; house of replies; Beth-Anoth, a place in Palestine -- Beth-anoth.

see HEBREW bayith

see HEBREW anah

Forms and Transliterations
עֲנ֖וֹת ענות ‘ă·nō·wṯ ‘ănōwṯ aNot
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Englishman's Concordance
Strong's Hebrew 1042
1 Occurrence

‘ă·nō·wṯ — 1 Occ.

Joshua 15:59
HEB: וּמַעֲרָ֥ת וּבֵית־ עֲנ֖וֹת וְאֶלְתְּקֹ֑ן עָרִ֥ים
NAS: and Maarath and Beth-anoth and Eltekon;
KJV: And Maarath, and Bethanoth, and Eltekon;
INT: and Maarath and Beth-anoth and Eltekon cities

1 Occurrence

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