Places Study on Suph

Places Study on Suph

Ezra 2: The Nethinims: the children of Ziha, the children of Hasupha, the children of Tabbaoth,

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Hastings' Dictionary of the Bible - Suph
SUPH . A place-name in Deuteronomy 1:1 ‘In the Arabah over against Suph’; AV [Note: Authorized Version.] reads ‘over against the Red Sea,’ in which case it has been assumed that the word for ‘Sea’ had fallen out in the received Hebrew text. Suph means ‘weeds,’ and the ‘Sea of Weeds’ was the Hebrew name of the Red Sea. The AV [Note: Authorized Version.] is almost certainly correct; the expression was so understood also by LXX [Note: Septuagint.] and Vulgate. It is evident that by the ‘Red Sea’ the Gulf of ‘Akabah is meant, as in Numbers 21:4 and elsewhere.

J. F. McCurdy.

Easton's Bible Dictionary - Suph
(Deuteronomy 1:1 , RSV; marg., "some ancient versions have the Red Sea," as in the A.V.). Some identify it with Suphah (Numbers 21:14 , marg., A.V.) as probably the name of a place. Others identify it with es-Sufah = Maaleh-acrabbim (Joshua 15:3 ), and others again with Zuph (1 Samuel 9:5 ). It is most probable, however, that, in accordance with the ancient versions, this word is to be regarded as simply an abbreviation of Yam-suph, i.e., the "Red Sea."
Holman Bible Dictionary - Suph
(ssyoof) Place name meaning, “reed.” 1. Hebrew name for Red Sea. See Red Sea. 2. Place helping locate where Moses delivered the speech behind the Book of Deuteronomy (Deuteronomy 1:1 ). It may be khirbet Safe just southeast of Medeba in the mountains of Moab, but this is uncertain.



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Red Sea (Reed Sea) - Red Sea is a common translation of two Hebrew words yam Suph . Yam means “sea,” but Suph does not normally mean “red. ” Suph often means “reeds” ( Exodus 2:3 ,Exodus 2:3,2:5 ; Isaiah 19:6 ) or “end,” “hinder part” (Joel 2:20 ; 2 Chronicles 20:16 ; Ecclesiastes 3:11 ). Yam Suph could be translated “Sea of Reeds” or “Sea at the end of the world. ) translated yam Suph consistently with Erthra Thalassa “Red Sea. 400) by using Mare Rubrum “Red Sea” for yam Suph . ” TEV uses various terms to translate yam Suph : “Gulf of Suez (Exodus 10:19 ); “Red Sea” (see footnote on Exodus 13:18 ); and “Gulf of Aqaba (1 Kings 9:26 ). ” In the eleventh century the French Jewish scholar Rashi spoke of yam Suph in terms of a marsh overgrown with weeds. In the twelfth century Ibn Ezra, a Spanish Jew, commented that yam Suph in Exodus 13:18 may be so named because reeds grow around it. Martin Luther translated yam Suph as Schilfmeer : “Reed Sea. ” Although the name “Reed Sea” has been widely accepted by many scholars, there have been many recent attempts to prove the term “Sea of Reeds” is not a legitimate reading for yam Suph . ... The Old Testament uses the term yam Suph to refer to more than one location. The “Way of the ( yam Suph ) Red Sea” is part of the name of a highway out of Egypt (Exodus 13:18 ; Numbers 14:45 ; Numbers 21:4 ; Deuteronomy 1:40 ; Deuteronomy 2:1 ; Judges 11:16 ). Yam Suph marked the ideal southern border of Israel ( Exodus 23:31 ), but the most significant reference of “Red Sea” in the Old Testament was to the place where God delivered Israel from Pharaoh's army (Exodus 15:4 ,Exodus 15:4,15:22 ; Numbers 21:14 ; Duet
Suph - Suph . A place-name in Deuteronomy 1:1 ‘In the Arabah over against Suph’; AV [Note: Authorized Version. Suph means ‘weeds,’ and the ‘Sea of Weeds’ was the Hebrew name of the Red Sea
Zuph - Zuph (zŭph), or Suph, R
Flag - Suph , a weed that grows on the banks of the Nile, among which Moses in the ark was laid
Suphah - KJV created, “Yam-Suph,” or “Red Sea. ” Others find a compound place name, “Waheb in Suphah,” indicating two locations in Moab
Suph - Some identify it with Suphah (Numbers 21:14 , marg. It is most probable, however, that, in accordance with the ancient versions, this word is to be regarded as simply an abbreviation of Yam-Suph, i
Flag - In Exodus 2:3,5 , Isaiah 19:6 , it is the rendering of the Hebrew Suph_, a word which occurs frequently in connection with _yam ; As Yam Suph , To denote the "Red Sea" (q
Red Sea - The Hebrew name generally given to this sea is Yam Suph . This word Suph Means a woolly kind of sea-weed, which the sea casts up in great abundance on its shores
Dizahab - The writer of Deuteronomy 1:1 thought of this as a town on the further side of the Jordan, in the ‘Arabah, on the border of Moab, ‘over against Suph,’ and as belonging to a group of places which he names. The site of Suph is unknown. At Numbers 21:14 we find Suphah ( Deuteronomy 1:1 Samuph) in conjunction with Vaheb (see RV [Note: Revised Version
Mixed Multitude - Exodus 12:38, 'eereb raab ; Numbers 11:4, hasaph Suph ; like our English "riff-raff," a mob gathered from various quarters; accompanied Israel at the Exodus from Egypt
Flag - Also "the Red Sea," the sea of Suph (Exodus 10:19)
Red Sea - ... This primitive extension of the gulf to the north, the region of weeds, probably accounts for its name, Yam Suph , ‘ sea of weeds ’ ( Exodus 10:19 ; Exodus 15:4 ), which was later applied also to the eastern extension, the Bay of Akabah ( Numbers 21:4 ), to the entire body of water now known as the Red Sea, stretching from the Ras Mohammed southward to the straits, and perhaps even to the Persian Gulf ( Exodus 23:31 )
Red Sea - Hebrew: Sea of Suph ("seaweed"; like wool, as the Arabic means: Gesenius)
Red Sea - --The sea known to us as the Red Sea was by the Israelites called "the sea," (Exodus 14:2,9,16,21,28 ; 15:1,4,8,10,19 ; Joshua 24:6,7 ) and many other passages, and specially "the sea of Suph . " Three centuries later, Solomon's navy was built "in Ezion-geber, which is beside Eloth, on the shore of the Red Sea (Yam Suph), in the land of Edom
Wilderness (2) - Besides those local denominations, others occur which apply to peripheric regions: wildernesses of Shur, of Sin, of Sinai, of Paran, of Ẓin, of Kadesh, of Ethan (or Yam-Suph), of Maon, of Ziph, of Beersheba, of Engedi, of Jeruel, of Beth-aven, of Edom, of Moab, of Kedemoth
Canaan, History And Religion of - ... The Baalistic Canaanites influenced Israel in many ways: Temple construction, sacrificial rituals, the high places, a rejection of any sexual motif as a worship instrument (Deuteronomy 23:17-18 ), and a lessening of the purely mythical with a concomitant emphasis upon the historical happening as with Yahweh's splitting of the sea (Yam Suph) rather than a struggle with a mythological Yam(Exodus 14-15 )
Red Sea - It was also called Yam Suph, "the weedy sea," in several passages, Numbers 33:10 ; Psalms 106:9 , &c, which are improperly rendered "the Red Sea
Egypt - The "flags" are a species called tuff or sufi , Hebrew Suph , smaller than that of which the ark was made (Exodus 2:3), "bulrushes," "flags" (Isaiah 18:2; Isaiah 19:7)