Nob: a priestly city, perhaps also a place North of Jer.Original Word: נֹב
Part of Speech: Proper Name Location
Phonetic Spelling: (nobe)
Short Definition: Nob
NAS Exhaustive ConcordanceWord Origin
a priestly city, perhaps also a place N. of Jer.
Brown-Driver-Briggsנֹב proper name, of a location1. ancient priestly city 1 Samuel 22:19 compare 1 Samuel 22:11 with ה locative נֹ֫בֶה (Ges§ 90, 2 near the end), 1 Samuel 21:2; 1 Samuel 22:9; ᵐ5 Νομβα, Νομμα, Νοβα, etc.; perhaps = נְבוֺ (q. v.) Ezra 2:29 = Nehemiah 7:33; Ezra 10:43, ᵐ5 Ναβσυ, Ναβια, etc. Site dubious; on Jerome's identification with Nobe near Lydda compare BuhlGeogr. 189; a B¢t N¥b¹ lies approximately 13 miles west-northwest from Jerusalem, approximately 10 miles southeast from Lydda.
1 — 2 Samuel 21:6 read גֹּב (q. v. p.146 above)
נבא (√ of following; **see in Biblical Aramaic Appendix. Ew Fl De KöLgb ii. 1, 133 and others camp. Arabic utter a low voice, or sound, (especially of dog); announce; but also be exalted, elevated eminence); III, IV. acquaint, inform, information announcement, intelligence]; Assyrian nabû, call, proclaim, name, DlHWB 441; Ethiopic speak; Sabean תנבא ? compare Levy-OsZMG xix. 1865, 208 CISiv. 1, No. 31; Ges Kue and others think weakened form of נבע bubble up, pour forth (of flow of words under excitement of inspiration); Hup Ri Sch compare נאם; see careful discussions by RSProph. ii, n. 18 KöOB i. 71 f f.)
Strong's Exhaustive ConcordanceNob
The same as nowb; fruit; Nob, a place in Palestine -- Nob.
see HEBREW nowb
Forms and Transliterationsבְּנֹ֑ב בְּנֹ֣ב בנב נֹ֔בֶה נֹ֖ב נֹ֤ב נב נבה bə·nōḇ beNo bənōḇ no nō·ḇeh nōḇ nōḇeh Noeh
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Englishman's ConcordanceStrong's Hebrew 5011
bə·nōḇ — 2 Occ.
nōḇ — 2 Occ.
nō·ḇeh — 2 Occ.
1 Samuel 21:2
HEB: וַיָּבֹ֤א דָוִד֙ נֹ֔בֶה אֶל־ אֲחִימֶ֖לֶךְ
INT: abide David Nob to Ahimelech