2051. Vedan
Strong's Concordance
Vedan: a place of unknown location
Original Word: רְדָן
Part of Speech: Proper Name Location
Transliteration: Vedan
Phonetic Spelling: (ved-awn')
Definition: a place of unknown location
NAS Exhaustive Concordance
Word Origin
of uncertain derivation
Definition
a place of unknown location
NASB Translation
Vedan (1).

Brown-Driver-Briggs
וְדָן, apparently proper name, of a location, only in וְדָן וְיָוָן Ezekiel 27:19 Wedan and Yawan (compare VB and references) but identification wholly dubious; = Waddân near Medina according to GlasSkizze ii. 428: ᵐ5 omit; text probably corrupt, compare StaJavan. 11 ff. Da and others; Ew Hi read דְּדָן, but דְּדָן is in following see, and anticipation improbable, compare Stal.c.; Co reads (for ודן ויון) וְאַרְנָבָן, on the basis of Babylonian & Assyrian Aranabanim, Arnabani, proper name, of a location, following –ilbunim (חֶלְבּוֺן) in lists of places whence wine was brought (compare יֵין חֶלְבּוֺן Ezekiel 27:18, & ᵐ5 καὶ οἶνον for ויון; also COT Ezekiel 27:18).

Strong's Exhaustive Concordance
Dan also

Perhaps for eden; Vedan (or Aden), a place in Arabia -- Dan also.

see HEBREW eden

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