Fausset's Bible Dictionary
1 Chronicles 4:5-6.
Easton's Bible Dictionary
A girl, the second of Ashur's two wives, of the tribe of Judah (1 Chronicles 4:5,6 ).
Hastings' Dictionary of the Bible
NAARAH (‘girl’). 1 .One of the wives of Ashhur the ‘father’ of Tekoa ( 1 Chronicles 4:5 f.). 2 . A town of Ephralm ( Joshua 16:7 ; called in 1 Chronicles 7:28 Naaran ). It is perhaps the ruin el-’ Aujeh , 6 miles N. of Jericho.
Holman Bible Dictionary
(nay'uh rah) Name meaning, “girl” or “mill.” 1. Wife of Ashur (1 Chronicles 4:5-6 ). 2 . Form of Naarath preferred by modern translations.
Morrish Bible Dictionary
Wife of Ashur, a descendant of Judah. 1 Chronicles 4:5,6 .
Hitchcock's Bible Names
- Son of Naarah
, wife of Ashur
- From Naarah
, youth or child
- son of Ashur the father of Tekoa, by his wife Naarah
- (nay' uh ran) City allotted to Ephraim, likely identical with Naarah
(1 Chronicles 7:28 ; compare Joshua 16:7 )
- (possession ), properly Ahuzzam son of Ashur, the father or founder of Tekoa, by his wife Naarah
- It is very probably identical with Naarath, or more accurately Naarah
- Probably NAARATH or Naarah
, a southern landmark of Ephraim (Joshua 16:7), between Ataroth and Jericho, in one of the torrent beds leading down from the Bethel highlands to the Jordan valley
- (nay' uh rath) KJV form of Naarah
, a city in the tribal territory of Ephraim just north of Jericho (Joshua 16:7 )
- Son of Ashur and Naarah
, of the tribe of Judah
- (juvenile ) (the Hebrew is equivalent to Naarah
, which is therefore the real form of the name), a place named ( Joshua 16:7 ) only as one of the landmarks on the southern boundary of Ephraim
- The term Naarah
is used both for young women ( 2 Kings 5:2 ) and specifically for servants (Ruth 2:8 ; Esther 2:4 )