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HEBREW: 3672 twrnk Kinn@rowth or trnk Kinnereth
NAVE:
EBD: Chinnereth
SMITH: CHINNERETH CHINNEROTH

Chinnereth

In Bible versions:

Chinnereth: NET AVS NRSV NASB TEV
Chinneroth: AVS NRSV NASB TEV
Kinnereth: NET NIV
a lake 21 km long and 12 km wide, in the north of Palestine
a town of Naphtali on the NW shoulder of Lake Chinnereth (Lake Galilee)
a lake in Galilee on the Jordan River
a region; the plain on the NW shoulder of Lake Chinneroth
NETBible Maps:
Map1 D2
Map2 C3
Map3 B3
Map4 C1

Google Maps: Chinnereth (2) (32° 48´, 35° 35´); Chinneroth (32° 48´, 35° 35´);
OpenBible: (Flickr/Panoramio) Chinnereth (2)Chinneroth

Hebrew

Strongs #03672: twrnk Kinn@rowth or trnk Kinnereth

Chinneroth or Cinneroth or Chinnereth = "harps"

1) the early name of the Sea of Galilee
2) a town and district in Naphtali near the Sea of Galilee

3672 Kinnrowth kin-ner-oth'

or Kinnereth {kin-neh'-reth}; respectively plural and singular feminine from the same as 3658; perhaps harp-shaped; Kinneroth or Kinnereth, a place in Palestine: KJV -- Chinnereth, Chinneroth, Cinneroth.
see HEBREW for 03658

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Chinnereth [ebd]

lyre, the singular form of the word (Deut. 3:17; Josh. 19:35), which is also used in the plural form, Chinneroth, the name of a fenced city which stood near the shore of the lake of Galilee, a little to the south of Tiberias. The town seems to have given its name to a district, as appears from 1 Kings 15:20, where the plural form of the word is used.

The Sea of Chinnereth (Num. 34:11; Josh. 13:27), or of Chinneroth (Josh. 12: 3), was the "lake of Gennesaret" or "sea of Tiberias" (Deut. 3:17; Josh. 11:2). Chinnereth was probably an ancient Canaanitish name adopted by the Israelites into their language.

CHINNERETH [smith]

(circuit), accurately Cinnareth, a fortified city in the tribe of Naphtali, (Joshua 19:35) only, of which no trace is found in later writers, and no remains by travellers.

CHINNEROTH [smith]

[CHINNERETH, CHINNERETH, SEA OF]



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