Places Study on Madmenah

Places Study on Madmenah

Isaiah 10: Madmenah is removed; the inhabitants of Gebim gather themselves to flee.

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Easton's Bible Dictionary - Madmenah
Ibid., a town in Benjamin, not far from Jerusalem, towards the north (Isaiah 10:31 ). The same Hebrew word occurs in Isaiah 25:10 , where it is rendered "dunghill." This verse has, however, been interpreted as meaning "that Moab will be trodden down by Jehovah as teben [broken straw] is trodden to fragments on the threshing-floors of Madmenah."

Fausset's Bible Dictionary - Madmenah
Not the city in Simeon, or southern Judah, (See MADMANNAH , but a Benjamite village N. of Jerusalem, whose people fled ("is removed," Isaiah 10:31, rather "flees") before Sennacherib's approach from the N.

Hastings' Dictionary of the Bible - Madmenah
MADMENAH. A place apparently north of Jerusalem, named only in the ideal description of the Assyrian invasion, Isaiah 10:31 . The name has not been recovered.

Holman Bible Dictionary - Madmenah
(mad mee nuh) The place name (meaning “Dung Hill”) of one of the points on the northern invasion route to Jerusalem (Isaiah 10:31 ). The site is possibly Shu'fat. Isaiah perhaps refers to the invasion of Sennacherib in 701 B.C.



Morrish Bible Dictionary - Madmenah
A city, apparently, by the other places mentioned, near Jerusalem. Isaiah 10:31 . Not identified.

American Tract Society Bible Dictionary - Madmenah
A town not far from Jerusalem, site not known, Isaiah 10:31 .

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Madmenah - " This verse has, however, been interpreted as meaning "that Moab will be trodden down by Jehovah as teben [broken straw] is trodden to fragments on the threshing-floors of Madmenah
Madmen (1) - trodden down for the dunghill" (Μadmenah ), or as the Hebrew text (kethib ), "in the waters of Madmenah," evidently alludes to Madmen, with a play on its meaning "dunghill," the lowest stage of degradation