a'-i (`ay, written always with the definite article, ha-`ay, probably meaning "the ruin," kindred root, `awah):(1) A town of central Pa... View Details
a-i'-ja (`ayya'): A form of name for city Ai, found in Nehemiah 11:31. See AI; AIATH.
a'-ja-lon ('ayyalon, "deerplace"; the King James Version, Ajalon (Joshua 10:12)):(1) The name of a town allotted to the tribe of D... View Details
a'-in (`ayin, "eye or spring (of water)"):(1) A town in the extreme Northwest corner of Canaan, so named, most probably, from a no... View Details
a-kel'-da-ma (Akeldama, or, in many manuscripts, Akeldamach; the King James Version, Aceldama): A field said in Acts 1:19 to have... View Details
ak-rab'-im (once in the King James Version, Acrabbim (Joshua 15:3); `aqrabbim, "scorpions"): Three times found (Numbers 34:4 Josh... View Details
al'-e-meth (`alemeth, "concealment"):(1) the Revised Version (British and American) for Alameth of the King James Version in 1 Chr... View Details
al-eg-zan'-dri-a (he Alexandreia).1. History:In 331 B.C., Alexander the Great, on his way to visit the Oracle of Amon seeking d... View Details