Hastings' Dictionary of the Bible
SARID . A border town of Zebulun ( Joshua 19:10 ; Joshua 19:12 ) Probably Sa r id is a copyist’s error for Sa d id, which may be identified with Tell ShadÃ»d , to the N. of the plain of Esdraelon.
Holman Bible Dictionary
(ssay' rihd) Place name meaning, “survivor.” Border town of tribe of Zebulun (Joshua 19:10 ). Spelled Sedud by some early versions, Sarid is probably modern tell Shadud at the northern edge of the Jezreel Valley about six miles northeast of Megiddo and five miles southeast of Nazareth.
Fausset's Bible Dictionary
A landmark on Zebulun's boundary (Joshua 19:10; Joshua 19:12). ("hole"), "incision" (Knobel); perhaps the southern opening of the deep, narrow wady, coming down from the basin of Nazareth, about an hour to the S.E. of Nazareth, between two steep mountains. (See tseen , in Keil).
Morrish Bible Dictionary
Boundary city of Zebulun. Joshua 19:10,12 . Identified with Tell Shadud, 32 40' N, 35 14' E .
Hitchcock's Bible Names
Remaining; hand of a prince
- Spelled Sedud by some early versions, Sarid
is probably modern tell Shadud at the northern edge of the Jezreel Valley about six miles northeast of Megiddo and five miles southeast of Nazareth
- The first and last of these names are notably like the town names Sarid
and Nahalal, which were allotted to Zebulun according to Joshua 19:10 f. Starting on the south with Sarid
( Tell Shadud ?), about five miles S