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Holman Bible Dictionary - Hor-haggidgad
(hawr-huhg gihd' gad) Place name perhaps meaning, “hill of crickets.” Station on Israel's wilderness journey (Numbers 33:32-33 ). It may be in the Wadi Geraphi, though no certain location is known. It appears to be a variant spelling of Gudgodah (Deuteronomy 10:7 ).



Hastings' Dictionary of the Bible - Hor-haggidgad
HOR-HAGGIDGAD . A station in the journeyings of the Israelites ( Numbers 33:32-33 ). The name suggests the land of the Horites, or its neighbourhood.

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Hor-Hagidgad - (hawr-huh gihd' gad) KJV spelling of Hor-haggidgad
Hor-Haggidgad - Hor-haggidgad
Gudgodah - There can be little doubt that Hor-haggidgad in the itinerary of Numbers 33:33 indicates the same place
Beeroth-Bene-Jaakan - Probably certain wells in the territory of some nomad Horite tribe ( Genesis 36:27 , 1 Chronicles 1:42 ), the Benç Jaakan ; a halting-place in the Israelite wanderings, between Moseroth and Hor-haggidgad ( Numbers 33:31-32 , Deuteronomy 10:6 )