Yiphtach-el: "God opens," a valley between Zebulun and AsherOriginal Word: יִפְתַּח־אֵל
Part of Speech: Proper Name Location
Phonetic Spelling: (yif-tach-ale')
Short Definition: Iphtahel
NAS Exhaustive ConcordanceWord Origin
from pathach and el
"God opens," a valley between Zebulun and Asher
Brown-Driver-Briggsיִפְתַּחאֵֿל proper name, of a location (God openeth; compare Sabean proper name, masculineיפתחאל Hal148, l); — in ׳גֵּייִפ (Γαφαηλ, Γαι και Φθαιηλ A ᵐ5L Γαι (Ι)εφθαηλ), valley between Zebulun and Asher Joshua 19:14,27 (P); probably near Jêfât (Jotapata), and perhaps upper part of Wady `Abellîn, see BuhlGeogr.109, 223.
Strong's Exhaustive ConcordanceJiphthah-el
see HEBREW pathach
see HEBREW 'el
Forms and Transliterationsאֵ֥ל אֵֽל׃ אל אל׃ ’êl El
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Englishman's ConcordanceStrong's Hebrew 3317
’êl — 2 Occ.
HEB: גֵּ֖י יִפְתַּח־ אֵֽל׃
NAS: at the valley of Iphtahel.
KJV: thereof are in the valley of Jiphthahel:
INT: and the outgoings the valley of Iphtahel