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Hitchcock's Bible Names DictionaryBaca
Smith's Bible DictionaryBaca
(weeping), The Valley of, A valley in Palestine, through which the exiled Psalmist sees in vision the pilgrims passing in their march towards the sanctuary of Jehovah at Zion. (Psalms 84:6) That it was a real locality is most probable from the use of the definite article before the name. The rendering of the Targum is Gehenna, i.e. the Ge-Hinnom or ravine below Mount Zion. This locality agrees well with the mention of became (Authorized Version "mulberry") trees in (2 Samuel 5:23)
ATS Bible DictionaryBaca
Tears, or weeping, Psalm 84:6. It is not necessary to understand here that there was really a valley so called. The psalmist, at a distance from Jerusalem, is speaking of the happiness of those who are permitted to make the usual pilgrimages to that city in order to worship Jehovah in the temple: they love the ways which lead thither; yea, though they must pass through rough and dreary paths, even a vale of tears, yet such are their hope and joy of heart, that all this is to them as a well-watered country, a land crowned with the blessings of early rain.
Easton's Bible DictionaryBaca, Valley of
(Psalm 84:6; R.V., "valley of weeping, " marg., "or balsam trees"), probably a valley in some part of Palestine, or generally some one of the valleys through which pilgrims had to pass on their way to the sanctuary of Jehovah on Zion; or it may be figuratively "a valley of weeping."
International Standard Bible EncyclopediaBACA
ba'-ka bakha': In the King James Version in Psalm 84:6, where the Revised Version (British and American) has "the valley of Weeping," with a marginal variant which is best put in the form, "the valley of the balsam-trees." The word is elsewhere used only in the duplicated account of one of David's battles (2 Samuel 5:23, 24 1 Chronicles 14:14, 15). There the translation is "the mulberry trees," with "the balsam-trees" in the margin in the Revised Version (British and American). Conjecturally the word is, by variant spelling, of the stem which denotes weeping; the tree is called "weeper" from some habit of the trickling of its gum or of the moisture on it; the valley of weeping is not a geographical locality, but a picturesque expression for the experiences of those whose strength is in Yahweh, and who through His grace find their sorrows changed into blessings.
Strong's Hebrew1056. Baka -- a valley in Palestine
... 1055, 1056. Baka. 1057 . a valley in Palestine. Transliteration: Baka Phonetic
Spelling: (baw-kaw') Short Definition: Baca. ... NASB Word Usage Baca (1). Baca. ...
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Baca. LM Peace and Safety at the Cross.
Baca. LM Pardon through the Sufferings of Christ.
Baca. LM Thanks to Jesus for his Love.
The Otterbein Hymnal
Hymnus Ante Cibum
Sixth Day. Thankfulness.
ThesaurusBaca (1 Occurrence)
... Easton's Bible Dictionary Baca, Valley of. (Psalm 84:6; RV, "valley ... of weeping.".
Int. Standard Bible Encyclopedia. BACA. ba'-ka bakha ...
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Mulberry (6 Occurrences)
Trees (179 Occurrences)
Well-spring (3 Occurrences)
Filleth (16 Occurrences)
Rains (16 Occurrences)
Pools (15 Occurrences)
Baby's (1 Occurrence)
Bible ConcordanceBaca (1 Occurrence)
Psalms 84:6 Who passing through the valley of Baca make it a well; the rain also filleth the pools.
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