Holman Bible Dictionary
(ay' mad) Place name of unknown meaning. City allotted to tribe of Asher (Joshua 19:26 ).
Hitchcock's Bible Names
People of witness; a prey
Fausset's Bible Dictionary
In Asher, between Alammelech and Misheal (Joshua 19:23).
Hastings' Dictionary of the Bible
AMAD ( Joshua 19:26 only). A city of Asher. The site is douhtful; there are several ruins called ‘Amud in this region.
Morrish Bible Dictionary
Town on the border of Asher. Joshua 19:26 . It has been identified with el-Amud, 33 2' N, 35 8' E.
Alam'Melech - (king's oak ), a place within the limits of Asher, named between Achshaph and Amad
Amad - Amad ( Joshua 19:26 only)
Bezer - It may be Umm el-Amad, eight miles northeast of Medeba
Arise - ...
Qûm may also be used very much like Amad to indicate the continuation of something—e
Stand - ...
Several other nouns are derived from the verb ’Amad. Ma’Amad, which occurs 5 times, refers to “service” in 2 Chron
Shechem (1) - ...
(1) The ruins below the western peak of Gerizim are still called Lozeh or Luz, the old name of Bethel; a western spur of Ebal has a site Amad ed Din, (possibly Joshua's altar on Ebal), bearing traces of the name Dan, and the hill is called Ras el Κady ("judgment" answering to the meaning of Dan)