Places Study on Balah

Places Study on Balah

Joshua 19: And Hazarshual, and Balah, and Azem,

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Easton's Bible Dictionary - Balah
A city in the tribe of Simeon (Joshua 19:3 ), elsewhere called Bilhah (1 Chronicles 4:29 ) and Baalah (Joshua 15:29 ).
Fausset's Bible Dictionary - Balah
Joshua 19:3; a town of Simeon.

Holman Bible Dictionary - Balah
(bay' lah) Place name meaning, “used, worn out.” City in tribal territory of Simeon (Joshua 19:3 ), apparently the same as Baalah (Joshua 15:29 ) and Bilhah (1 Chronicles 4:29 ). Location in southwest Judah is unknown.



Morrish Bible Dictionary - Balah
See BAALAH.

Hastings' Dictionary of the Bible - Balah
BALAH ( Joshua 19:3 ). An unknown town of Simeon; perhaps identical with Bealoth ( Joshua 15:24 ) and Bilhah ( 1 Chronicles 4:29 ); called Baalah in Joshua 15:29 , where it is assigned to Judah.

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Obal - (Genesis 10:28) Derived from Balah, old age
Bealoth - See Balah
Mount Ebal - So called from Balah, old age
Balah - Balah ( Joshua 19:3 )
Bilhah - Town in Simeon, 1 Chronicles 4:29 : the same as Balah in Joshua 19:3
Baalah - in 2 Samuel 6:2 called BAALE of Judah; Joshua 19:3 Balah; 1 Chronicles 4:29 BILHAH
Baalath - Some would identify Solomon's town with Simeon's Balah, with Kirjath-jearim, or with Baalath-beer
Baalah - Joshua 15:29 : apparently given to Simeon, and called Balah in Joshua 19:3 , and BILHAH in 1 Chronicles 4:29
Baalah -
A city in the south of Judah (Joshua 15:29 ), elsewhere called Balah (Joshua 19:3 ) and Bilhah (1 Chronicles 4:29 ). Now Khurbet ZeBalah
Ebal - The name Ebal signifies, somewhat old and confused, from Balah, old
Baalah - See Joshua 15:29 ) that may be same as Balah (Joshua 19:3 ) and as Bilhah (1 Chronicles 4:29 )
Bilhah - A Simeonite town (1 Chronicles 4:29), named also Baalah or Balah (Joshua 19:3)
Bilhah - A Simeonite city ( 1 Chronicles 4:29 ) = Baalah ( Joshua 15:29 ), Balah ( Joshua 19:3 ), and, according to some, Baalath ( Joshua 19:44 , 1 Kings 9:18 , 2 Chronicles 8:6 )
Affinity - If some other examples may be found, either before or since the law, the Scripture expressly disapproves of them; as Reuben's incest with Balah, his father's concubine; and the action of Ammon with his sister Tamar; and that of Herod Antipas, who married Herodias, his sister-in-law, his brother Philip's wife, while her husband was yet living; and that which St
Baal - A town in the south of Judah, Joshua 15:29, which in 19:3 is called Balah, and in the parallel list, 1 Chronicles 4:29, Bilhah