Easton's Bible Dictionary
Knocking, an encampment of the Israelites in the wilderness (Numbers 33:12 ). It was in the desert of Sin, on the eastern shore of the western arm of the Red Sea, somewhere in the Wady Feiran.
Holman Bible Dictionary
(dahf' kah) Place name perhaps meaning, “(animal) drive.” Station in the wilderness between wilderness of Sin and Rephidim where Israel camped (Numbers 33:12 ). It has been located at modern Serabit el-Chadim, but this is uncertain.
Fausset's Bible Dictionary
A station in the wilderness (Numbers 33:12) between Rephidim and the sea.
Hitchcock's Bible Names
Morrish Bible Dictionary
One of the stations of Israel. Numbers 33:12,13 .
Hastings' Dictionary of the Bible
DOPHKAH . A station in the itinerary of the children of Israel ( Numbers 33:12 f.). This station and the next one, Alush , which lie between the ‘encampment by the sea’ and Rephidim, have not been identified, and they are not alluded to in Exodus. It is possible that Dophkah is an erroneous transcription of Mafkah , the name of an Egyp. district near the Wady Maghara .
Dophkah - Dophkah . It is possible that Dophkah is an erroneous transcription of Mafkah , the name of an Egyp
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Exodus, the - Thence they encamped first at Dophkah, then at Alush. Dophkah was in wady Sih, both names meaning "flowing waters
Wanderings of the Israelites - ...
| Dophkah, Numbers 33:12
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Next, Dophkah signifies the believer's knocking at the heavenly door