Holman Bible Dictionary
(zal moh' nuh) Place name meaning, “dark” or “shady.” Israel's first stop after leaving Mount Hor (Numbers 33:41-42 ). The place cannot be identified.
Hastings' Dictionary of the Bible
ZALMONAH . An unidentified ‘station’ of the Israelites ( Numbers 33:41 f.).
Morrish Bible Dictionary
One of the halting places of the Israelites, Numbers 33:41,42 .
Easton's Bible Dictionary
Shady, one of the stations of the Israelites in the wilderness (Numbers 33:41,42 ).
Hitchcock's Bible Names
The shade; the sound of the number; his image
Fausset's Bible Dictionary
The stage in Israel's wilderness journey next after Mount Hor (Numbers 33:41) on the march from Kadesh round Edom. From zelem , "image"; where the brazen serpent was set up. Same as Ma'an or Alam Na'an (Von Raumer), E. of Petra, one of the largest villages on the Meeca route, abounding in water and vineyards; where Israel, as pilgrims in our days, might traffic for provisions. Others place Zalmonah in the wady Ithm, which runs into the Arabah near Elath.
Zalmonah - Zalmonah
Zalmonah - Others place Zalmonah in the wady Ithm, which runs into the Arabah near Elath
Hor - It was the halting-place of the people next after Kadesh, Numbers 20:22; Numbers 33:37, and they quitted it for Zalmonah, Numbers 33:41, in the road to the Red sea
Hor - (Numbers 20:22 ; 33:37 ) and they quitted it for Zalmonah, ch
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