Places Study on Baal-hermon

Places Study on Baal-hermon

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Holman Bible Dictionary - Baal-hermon
(bay' uhl-huhr mahn) Place name meaning, “Baal of Hermon” or “lord of Hermon.” A mountain and village Israel could not take from the Hivites, whom God left to test Israel (Judges 3:3 ). It marked the Hivites' southern border and Manasseh's northern border (1 Chronicles 5:23 ). Its location is unknown. Some would equate it with Baal-gad. Others, modern Baneas or Caesarea Philippi.

Fausset's Bible Dictionary - Baal Hermon
Judges 3:3; 1 Chronicles 5:23 (translate Baal Hermon, even Senir, even Mount Hermon.") The mountain had three names (Deuteronomy 3:9); Baal Hermon was probably one used among the Phoenician worshippers of Baal, whose sanctuary Baal Gad was at the base of the mountain. (See BAAL GAD.)

Easton's Bible Dictionary - Baal-hermon
Lord of Hermon.
A city near Mount Hermon inhabited by the Ephraimites (1 Chronicles 5:23 ). Probably identical with Baal-gad (Joshua 11:17 ).

A mountain east of Lebanon (Judges 3:3 ). Probably it may be the same as Mount Hermon, or one of its three peaks.
Holman Bible Dictionary - Mount Baal-hermon
(bay' uhl huhr' muhn) A variant name for Mount Hermon (Judges 3:3 ), perhaps indicating its use as a worship place for Baal.

Hitchcock's Bible Names - Baal-hermon
Possessor of destruction or of a thing cursed
Hastings' Dictionary of the Bible - Baal-hermon
BAAL-HERMON ( Judges 3:3 , 1 Chronicles 5:23 ). See Hermon.

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Baal-Hermon - Baal-hermon ( Judges 3:3 , 1 Chronicles 5:23 )
Baal-Gad' - It was perhaps the same as Baal-hermon
Hivites - Bryant supposes the Hivites to be the same as the Ophites, or ancient worshippers of the sun under the figure of a serpent; which was, in all probability, the deity worshipped at Baal-hermon
Baal-Gad - Lord of fortune, or troop of Baal, a Canaanite city in the valley of Lebanon at the foot of Hermon, hence called Baal-hermon (Judge 3:3; 1 Chronicles 5:23 ), near the source of the Jordan (Joshua 13:5 ; 11:17 ; 12:7 )
Hermon - In two passages of Scripture this mountain is called Baal-hermon, Judges 3:3; 1 Chronicles 5:23, possibly because Baal was there worshipped
Hivites - The main body of the Hivites were then living on the northern confines of western Palestine—"under Hermon in the land of Mizpeh," Joshua 11:3; "in Mount Lebanon, from Mount Baal-hermon unto the entering in of Hamath
Hermon - Psalms 89:12 ; and the name ‘mount Baal-hermon ,’ Judges 3:3 )
Caesara Philippi - According to some its original name was Baal-Gad ( Joshua 11:17 ), or Baal-hermon (Judges 3:3 ; 1 Chronicles 5:23 ), when it was a Canaanite sanctuary of Baal
Her'Mon - In two passages of Scripture this mountain is called Baal-hermon , ( Judges 3:3 ; 1 Chronicles 5:23 ) possibly because Baal was there worshipped
Hermon - It is also called Baal-hermon (Judges 3:3 ; 1 Chronicles 5:23 ) and Sion (Deuteronomy 4:48 )
Baal - Mount Baal-hermon (bâ'al-hêr'mon), lord of Hermon, Judges 3:3, and simply Baal-hermon, 1 Chronicles 5:23. This is usually considered as a distinct place from Mount Hermon; but we know that this mountain had at least three names, Deuteronomy 8:9, and Baal-hermon may have been a fourth in use among the Phœnician worshippers of Baal
Baal - The noun appears in a number of compound forms which are proper names for locations where Canaanite deities were worshiped, such as Baal-peor (Numbers 25:5 ; Deuteronomy 4:3 ; Psalm 106:28 ; Hosea 9:10 ), Baal-hermon (Judges 3:3 ; 1 Chronicles 5:23 ), and Baal-gad (Joshua 11:17 ; Joshua 12:7 ; Joshua 13:5 )
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