a-lam'-e-lek ('allammelekh, "oak of a king"): A town in the tribe of Asher, the location of which is not known (Joshua 19:26;... View Details
al'-on-ba'-kuth ('allon bakhuth; the King James Version transliterates Allon-bachuth, al-on-bak'uth, "oak of weeping"): The b... View Details
al'-mon (`almon, "hidden"): A Levitical city in the tribe of Benjamin (Joshua 21:18), the same as "Allemeth" the Revised Version (Br... View Details
al'-mon-dib-la-tha'-im (`almon dibhlathayim, "Almon of the double cake of figs"): A station in the wilderness journeyings... View Details
a'-lush ('alush): A desert camp of the Israelites between Dophkah and Rephidim (Numbers 33:13, 14). The situation is not certainly k... View Details
a'-mad (`am`adh): A town in northern Palestine, which fell to the tribe of Asher in the division of the land (Joshua 19:26). The mode... View Details
am'-a-lek, a-mal'-e-kit, am'-a-lek-it (`amaleq, `amaleqi): A tribe dwelling originally in the region south of Judah, the... View Details
a'-mam ('amam): A town in southern Palestine, which fell to Judah In the allotment of the land; occurs only in Joshua 15:26.
The home of Balaam, west of the Euphrates.
am'-a ('ammah, "mother" or "beginning"): A hill in the territory of Benjamin (2 Samuel 2:24), where Joab and Abishai halted at night... View Details